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Old 01-01-2010, 10:06 AM
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Eden Pure Heaters

Do any of you have them? If so, do you like it? We are thinkin about getting one to use in the house and in the garage. The garage is 784 sq ft so we want to get the one that heats 1000. They only weigh like 20 somethin pounds so moving it around will be easy.
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Old 01-01-2010, 10:08 AM
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never heard of them. got a link to em?
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Old 01-01-2010, 10:16 AM
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ok i searched it. they draw 1500 watts so your electric bill will be sky high. if you wanna heat a certain room, i recommend these. eHeat they cost only 3 cents a hour to run and work awesome. i bought 2 of them. 1 for our birds room and 1 in the living room. keeps it at 70 degrees or higher (depending on size of room)
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Endorsed by Bob Villa!...They must be good.

Actually, I found this link.

Bob Vila Endorses EdenPure: Worth Buying? - Cincinnati breaking news, weather radar, traffic from 9News | Channel 9 WCPO.com

I think there are cheaper options out there available. In my garage I have 2 1500 watt heaters that hang from the ceiling. Only 1 is really needed to heat the garage. I only turn them on when I am out working otherwise the electric bill is a killer...
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I have one and wouldnt buy it if I had it to do over, er I meant to say I have one I will sell you.
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I'd endorse Kia's if I was paid enough............
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Old 01-01-2010, 10:51 AM
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We wouldn't run it all the time so the 1500W isn't that bad. I have a 1500W space heater that is worthless that i run now to take the chill off. I figured i could run it half the time and save some money that way. I figured it up, at 1500W its about 16 cents an hour.

As far as using it in the garage, i would only use it when im out there. Maybe turn it on a few hours before i go out there.

Jeff, those eheat things, how big of a room can they heat?

What are some other options?
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We wouldn't run it all the time so the 1500W isn't that bad. I have a 1500W space heater that is worthless that i run now to take the chill off. I figured i could run it half the time and save some money that way. I figured it up, at 1500W its about 16 cents an hour.

As far as using it in the garage, i would only use it when im out there. Maybe turn it on a few hours before i go out there.

Jeff, those eheat things, how big of a room can they heat?

What are some other options?
it says they can heat a 11x14 room i think. i have 1 in a 10x12 and 1 in a 11x17 and they both work great. the small room gets too hot. i need a stat for it and my living room stays very comfortable. i also have a slope ceiling. i have the old panels but wanna upgrade to the new ones. ill sell my old ones to you if you want. also, i dont think they would work for the garage. go to the website and check em out.
only other option is a hanging gas heater for your garage or one of those patio propane heaters. they work great.
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Old 01-01-2010, 11:07 AM
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Well the biggest thing is we want something mainly for the garage, but can be used in the house as well. Those eheat things wouldn't even be close to enough for that.
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Hey Jake, i bought one of those last year, i have 9' ceilings, and decent sized open rooms,, and i ended up sending it back, thats 1 reason i bought one bcuz you can send them which wasnt it too big off a deal, but maybe try it out,, 1 thing, im not sure about would be your garage, the thing with the heater is it heats everything in the room which helps it to keep up, so if ur just wanting to heat ur garage up quick it prolly wont work that great....
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