It’s affordable, space-saving and low maintenance
Whether you’re talking about the initial purchase, install, maintenance or operating cost, electric heat is typically the least expensive heating option, according to the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA).
No ductwork means a lot of saved space and cost on your next project. Plus, no need to worry about balancing air flow or managing a central system in each unit.
Because heaters are installed in individual rooms, future tenants will be able to be comfortable by only heating the rooms they are using.
But don’t take our word for it,
download the 2014 NEMA study.