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What Temperature can I Expect for My Room Size?

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The Envi wall mounted heater will keep a room of approximately 130-150 square feet with average insulation between 68 to 72 degrees Fahrenheit. If you have a glass sunroom, the ratio should be one wall mounted heater per 60-80 square feet. If you have a large room or office space to heat, add as many  Envi Heaters as needed to cover the space evenly with warmth. 

How does such a low wattage heater manage to heat such a large area you may ask? Utilizing a really cool eheat patented technology called dual stack convection, cool air which settles on the floor is naturally sucked into the Envi. As the air passes over the heating element, it naturally rises, causing a circulation effect within the room. It is so cool because when you put your hand over the top vent you literally feel that warm air naturally blowing out! 

We have included a very helpful  video below that will demonstrate just how this great heater works! 

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