Residential unit heaters are typically installed on walls or ceilings and are available in a range of sizes and heating capacities to meet the needs of different spaces. They are often used in settings such as garages, basements, and workshops.
One of the key benefits of residential unit heaters is their ability to provide high levels of heat output quickly and efficiently. They are also relatively easy to install and can be used in conjunction with other heating and cooling systems, such as central air conditioning units, for even greater energy savings.
However, residential unit heaters may not be as energy-efficient as other heating systems, as they can create drafts and air movement that can lead to heat loss. They may also be noisy and require more maintenance and cleaning than other heating systems, as they can accumulate dust and other debris over time. It’s important to choose the right size and type of unit heater for your specific application to ensure optimal performance and efficiency.