Electric Heating Systems
Unlike central air, baseboard heaters warm up a room by using a more efficient and cost-effective distribution method. Like a radiator, these metal units warm up the air around it by emitting heat, but they can still be controlled by a thermostat. Located along the bottom of wall, baseboard heaters use a convection system that takes in cold air along the floor, heats it up with an electrical system within its core, and then allows the warmed air to rise into the room. This natural rotation continues until the air along the floor heats up to a desired temperature, wherein the cycle will shut off until it is needed again.