Oil Heater – Features and Benefits

The Amazon Oil Heater is a great addition to any home. The unit comes in two pieces, a base and a cover. They fit snugly on the base of your existing furnace. There are vents that look like a furnace vent to be attached to your oil furnace. If you have wood stoves, the two pieces fit together and can be put together without a seam. The unit has a few advantages over the wood stove.

It doesn’t take up much room and is small appliance to run. This makes it easy to move from room to room, or even to a storage shed if you are on a tight budget. Another benefit is it does not use the oil so there is no chance of creating a fire. A minor disadvantage is you have to take it apart to clean it. When cleaning, make sure you use a steam mop to remove dirt and debris as well as any blockage that may be in the oil passages. You will also have to put it back together again. Overall this is a great, useful, small appliance.

Air circulation is important in the area where your furnace and the unit will be installed. So you will need to make sure this is done. The oil will keep a hot area cooler air will rise, meaning your air conditioner must be in a place that will allow air to circulate. One way to do this is to put the oil heater inside an attic or basement. You can also put the oil heater in your garage, attic, or part of your patio. The unit can go into a corner that has a fireplace or that has a door in the wall or into a wall that has a fireplace hole.