Cove Heater

(7 customer reviews)

$395.00$695.00

  • Excellent for offices, basements, bedrooms, high or vaulted ceilings, and yoga studios
  • Stock colors are white and beige
  • Black color available in 1,000 watts and 1,500-watt sizes
  • Heater reaches its maximum temperature of 340F/171C
  • C UL US (Approved for the US and Canada)
  • Far infrared spectrum (FIR) heater
  • Cord installation

How much heat do I need?

  • Supplemental: 3 – 5 watts/sq.ft.
  • Primary: 6 – 8 watts/sq.ft.
  • Yoga Studio: 15 – 30 watts/sq.ft.
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Description

Features and Benefits:

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1) Our selection of thermostats allows you to heat only the rooms that are in use, which cuts your energy usage and saves you money.

2) Heaters mount on the wall, taking up no usable space. Great for rooms with high ceilings.

 

Compare to Competing Brand

Our 585-watt cove heater provides a 52 percent radiant heat output advantage compared to the competing brand 600-watt cove heater, which has a similar efficiency of a traditional baseboard heater.  This results in greater comfort using less energy!

REH – 585 Watt Cove Heater

600 Watt Calrod Construction’s Heater

How our cove heaters work:

Like the sun, radiant heat warms objects directly with long wave electromagnetic energy. CeramiCircuit™ infrared radiant heaters diffuse heating energy rays in a 160 degree arc and distribute warmth evenly. The room and objects in it are gently saturated with infrared energy, just as if they were left in the sun on a warm day. Because heat seeks cold, all objects absorb, re-radiate, and reflect the heat in all directions, meaning that comfort comes from every direction.  Placing the heater on the exterior wall creates a barrier against the loss of body heat to the cold window under or above the heater.

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Additional information

DimensionsN/A
Sizes

33"x 7" x 1.125"/ 585 watts, 46" x 7 x 1.125" / 825 watts, 46" x 10" x 1.125" / 1000 watts, 46" x 15" x 1.125" / 1500 watts

Volts

120, 208, 240

6' cord (120 volt only)

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Mounting

Ceiling / $15, Wall / $0

Color

White, Beige, Black

Specs

Cove Heater Specifications:

NOTE: Specifications shown at 240 volt, also available at 120, 208, and 277 volts.

SizeWattsAmpsBTUs
33x7x1.125″5852.42,000
46x7x1.125″8253.42,815
46x10x1.125″1,0004.23,413
46x15x1.125″1,5006.35,120

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Insulation

Note on insulation:

It’s important to note that any heating system will preform best when used in a properly insulated space. To learn more about how to insulate and calculate how much you could save by upgrading your insulation click the button below.

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7 reviews for Cove Heater

  1. Jeff Caldwell

    Gretchen,

    Thank you for the feedback and our apologies with regard to the delay in getting back to you. More than likely this is a grounding issue, so please check with your electrician to find out if the circuit is properly grounded.

  2. Jeff Caldwell

    Hello, Neil, no the heaters are meant to be installed on the wall or ceiling. Please fill out the free quote form on our yoga page. https://heatinggreen.com/yoga-heating/

  3. Neil

    Would they work well if you placed them on the floor of a yoga studio?

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  4. Kate

    Put these in our second yoga studio location and it got us up to 110 without HVAC heat. Wow!

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  5. James Loucky

    The 200 sq ft studio, with slab beneath a carpet, used to be the coldest room in the house; the radiant heat of the cove heater works wonders, making it the warmest room now. I find keeping it at a low temperature keeps the room comfortable, and adjusting changes the ambience within minutes.

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  6. catherine burke

    We installed three heaters. One in our home and two in minimally insulated cabins. They work ok. Basically, the infrared part is questionable, they seem to work mostly as radiant heaters. But they are not that effective for how much they cost. To really warm any space – they are on almost all the time and our electric bill was gone through the roof. Not sure if we would buy another one.

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  7. Tom Abel

    So far so good. I installed 4 units in a 500sqft log cabin in MN. At first I had no ceiling/roof insulation and there are places where you could see to the outside. On the coldest week in winter (-20f) it was outside temp+50 indoors, which didn’t quite cut it, but I insulated the ceiling and it keeps much better temps now. Next I need to replace the 100 year old wood windows! Ha! I believe all will be working fine at a reasonable cost soon!

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  8. Kate

    I have HVAC heat in my yoga studio and was never able to get up to the temperatures I needed. After years of considering the cove heaters as a supplement, I finally pulled the plug and now can’t believe I waited so long! The heaters are powerful, stylish and easy to program and install. I am so happy with the cove heaters and will be using them on future projects. Thank you Jeff and the Heating Green team for your patience and support!

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  9. Mitch Stauffer

    We put two of these in our three season room and they work great (actually, they work so well it is now a four season room). They create a very cozy “warm” that feels almost like sitting in sunshine.

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