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Posted by a.j. saunders on July 19th, 1998 01:26 PM
In reply to radiant heating in sunroom tile floor; hydronic or electric by Arthur on May 28th, 1998 08:35 PM [Go to top of thread]

RE: heating a patio room. I recommend using a ceiling mounted electric radiant heat panel from Solid State Heating Inc
Old Saybrook CT ( 800-544-5182
I used a 2'x4' x 1" 110 volt panel in my window seat/bed and it works very well. You can feel the heat "bouncing" off the glass.
I liked the panels so well I put a 2'x6' 220 volt panel in my bathroom.. toasty.
I am currently installing several panels in the basement "guest" room.
They mount flush with the ceiling and use " wire mold" to run the wiring to the outlet. Hard wired is best but I used a plug and an outlet
for the porch.

No fans, no blowers, filters, non allergenic, just long wave infrared heat.
I love mine and recommend them to heat any room- glass rooms especially.


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