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The best wall heaters to keep your room warm and cozy

To heat up air quickly and economically without taking up space, consider a wall heater for an entryway, home office, bathroom, or other key area. These heaters can get the job done no matter where you plan on installing them.

A wall heater sometimes works via convection — warming air above the heater to displace cooler air above it — to evenly distribute hot air throughout a room. Keep these appealing models in mind when you’re exploring the wall-heater market.

Heat Storm WIFI Infrared Heater

Best overall

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A lot of people are turning to smart TVs to make watching programs easier via the internet. So why not employ a smart wall heater? The Heat Storm HS-1500-PHX Infrared Heater is Wi-Fi-enabled so temperature can be controlled from a smartphone.

Cadet CSC101TW Wall Heater

Best fast-warming heater

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Featuring a compact design with recessed mounts, the Cadet CSC101TW Wall Heater is designed to turn off if normal operating temperatures are exceeded. The heater includes a wall can, heater, grill, and thermostat for hard-wired installations.

Brightown Programmable Wall Outlet Space Heater

Best budget wall heater

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A wall heater of another sort is perfect for dorm rooms because it plugs right into a wall outlet. The compact Brightown Programmable Wall Outlet Space Heater can quickly heat up a 100-square-foot space, so it’s a top choice for not only a dorm, but an office or table area, as well.

If functionality, price, and safety cause concern when considering a wall heater, they shouldn’t. These models prove they can operate efficiently and safely, and are available a very affordable price.

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