Small Bathroom Heating

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tpirovol
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Small Bathroom Heating

Post by tpirovol » Sun Dec 30, 2018 10:23 pm

Hey guys,

I have a very small bathrooms that has no heating. If I leave the door open it’s ok but if I close the door it get a little cold on the cold days. Is their a plug in heater that is thin that can be mounted on the wall?

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Re: Small Bathroom Heating

Post by Shannon » Sun Dec 30, 2018 10:37 pm

There are options so you should be able to find something that either mounts on wall or even is recessed into the wall but they would likely need to be hard wired.
There may be some that plug in but I have not seen any that are really slim
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Re: Small Bathroom Heating

Post by Shannon » Mon Dec 31, 2018 8:23 am

yes that is one you could use plugged in if the receptacle is in a convenient place.
FYI to the original poster you would not likely need a 1500 watt unit for a small bathroom but this unit has a low setting of 750watts and it also has an adjust bye thermostat so it would like work great for your needs?
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