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Oil Baseboard Heaters

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  • (Baseboard heater) As a type of heating equipment, a system in which either electric resistance coils or finned tubes carrying steam or hot water are mounted behind shallow panels along baseboards. Baseboards rely on passive convection to distribute heated air in the space.
  • Petroleum
  • cover with oil, as if by rubbing; "oil the wooden surface"
  • A viscous liquid derived from petroleum, esp. for use as a fuel or lubricant
  • a slippery or viscous liquid or liquefiable substance not miscible with water
  • Any of various thick, viscous, typically flammable liquids that are insoluble in water but soluble in organic solvents and are obtained from animals or plants
  • anoint: administer an oil or ointment to ; often in a religious ceremony of blessing
oil baseboard heaters - Honeywell HZ-617
Honeywell HZ-617 Low Profile Silent Comfort Heater
Honeywell HZ-617 Low Profile Silent Comfort Heater
Honeywell HZ-617 Low Profile Silent Comfort Heater for Silent Heating - Great for large room heating.

The Honeywell quick heat low profile heater features a low-profile design, making it perfect for any area of the home. It offers two different ways of providing heat: natural convection heating, which is a steady heat, or a fan-blasted quick heat for a burst of warmth. This heater also provides an adjustable thermostat to maintain your desired temperature. For safety's sake it has a three-prong grounded plug, heavy-duty power cord, flame-resistant plastic, and overheat protection. Furthermore, a SafeGuard Alert badge monitors the grille and warns you when it is hot. This product is backed by a 5-year limited warranty.

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It's longjohn season, and vest season, and hat season and sweater season and wool sock season and scarf season and down jacket liner season. I fully admit to not turning the heat on, and suffering through the cold because I'm too broke to afford the resulting power bill. I'm more inclined to layer and snuggle than crank the heat. My room has a baseboard heater which is fully functional, I also have a little oil radiator thingy that works well but the place isn't very well insulated.... turning the heat on, I've been told doesn't do much in the room. With that in mind I've outfitted my windows with 3 layers of drapes with some extra fabrics to keep light out and heat in. I've got carpet and a couple good layers on the bed. I'm about to add something tapestry like to the outside (east) wall. That might be in the form of a quilt, which should do the job of insulating well enough to make a difference. Those old castles and manor houses probably had some rhyme and reason to the practice. Thankfully I have a small wall. I've started playing a fun little game of turning the baseboard on for a half hour once every few hours just to give the space a boost, It works! Last night I figured I'd try adding candles to the mix and I think it was pretty comfy. M & JB might have different opinions. Tonight I added more candles and I'm downright cozy. No bone pain! I'm going to try to muster up enough material to put effective window treatments downstairs too. Downstairs is straight up cold.... which is where this picture was taken.

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