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Fan Heaters at Noel Leeming

One of the key benefits of fan heaters is their portability. They're small, lightweight, and easy to move around, making them a versatile option for many different spaces. When not in use, they can be easily stored away in a cupboard, and brought out when needed. This makes them a convenient option for those who don't have a lot of space to spare.

How Fan Heaters Work

Fan heaters work by using a fan to circulate warm air around the room. This can help to break up the cold layers in a room, which can make a big difference in how warm the space feels. Many fan heaters also have adjustable settings, which allow you to control the amount of heat that is produced. This makes it easy to find the right level of warmth for your needs.

Choosing the Right Fan Heater

When shopping for a fan heater, it's important to choose a heater that's the right size for your space. A small fan heater may be suitable for a bathroom or small entryway, but may not be powerful enough to heat a larger room. Choosing a heater that's the right size will ensure that it can effectively heat the area.

The noise level of a fan heater is another important factor to consider. Some models can be quite loud, which can be distracting if you're using the heater in a quiet space such as a bedroom or office. Look for a model that has a low noise level to ensure that it won't disturb your peace.

Also remember that fan heaters can be a fire hazard if they're not used properly, so it's important to choose a heater with safety features such as overheat protection and automatic shut-off if the heater is knocked over. This will help to ensure that you can use the heater safely and without worry.

Wide Range of Options at Noel Leeming

In addition to fan heaters, there are other types of heaters you may want to consider, such as micathermic, oil, and panel heaters. Micathermic heaters use radiant and convection heating to warm up a space quickly. Oil-filled heaters are great for larger rooms as they produce heat slowly and steadily, while panel heaters are slim and can be mounted on a wall to save space. Consider your specific heating needs and choose a heater that's right for you. With the right heater, you can stay warm and comfortable no matter how cold it gets outside.