Baseboard heaters – The heat for your home can come from many sources, such as baseboard heating devices installed along the floor. You may want to install Baseboard heater in your home if it is too small for an oven or if you live in an area that sometimes only gets cold enough to use a heater. The most effective place for BMC heaters is alongside walls where heat loss is greatest.
Place BMC baseboard heaters units for each room under a window or along the periphery of the outer wall. Measure ¾ to 1 inch from the floor or carpet and make a mark on the wall with a pencil. This is the height that the BMC unit must sit above the floor. This allows colder air to run under the heater so that it can be heated. Attach the BMC unit to the wall using screws using a drill. Follow the instructions that came with the BMC heater to mount it properly on the wall. Apply a tight joint around the edge of the heater and the wall. Driving prevents hot air from collecting behind the unit, which may trap dirt and dust. Connect the BMC unit to a wall outlet or connect the device to a thermostat that has been connected to the circuit board for your home.
Tips and warnings
Place a baseboard heaters unit under a window causing the heat to rise from the heater to counter the cold air falling from the window. Use separate thermostats to adjust the temperature of each room in your house.