Floor Drop In Electric Heaters

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Old 01-19-04, 08:42 AM
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Floor Drop In Electric Heaters

What is your opinion of the Floor Drop-In, Qmark FDI1504 electric heaters? These are 1500/750 watt units when run on 240V.

Do these heaters compare to say a free standing, "milkhouse" heater also of the 1500 watt type?

Would three or four of these units, installed infront of patio doors, provide the same or more heat as the free standing "milk house" type portable heater?
 
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Old 01-19-04, 10:14 AM
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Tried a floor drop in just one time. Didnt like it. Its more like the cold air cant get down in the box where the heat is and the hot air out. Its to small around the heat coil. I go for the free stand and put them away when I dont need them. This over cutting the floor up ED
 
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