Wall gas heaters, as the name implies, are either attached to the wall, or inset into the wall using hooks or some other fasteners. They are not too expensive to purchase and are also easy to install. Further, the running cost is also affordable.
There are several types of wall heaters, and several people prefer the electric heaters which somehow makes sense. You only have to plug it in and turn it on, and you will have a warmed up room within a short time. However, you may prefer the wall mounted gas heaters vented if you live in an area where electricity is not cheap. This is because the electric gas heaters need much power and this will make you cry when your mothy electricity bill comes. The gas heaters that run on natural gas are environmentally friendly, a factor that makes them very popular. However, you need to note that no matter what type of wall mounted heaters you use, there will always be fuel costs. Therefore, make a wise decision and go an option that will not empty your pockets.
After you decide on the type of wall mounted heater to buy, you should know that different wall heaters have different price tags and so keeping your budget in mind is very important. Most of the wall mounted heaters come with a one year warranty on the different parts of the machine. Therefore, be sure to check the warranty information before you purchase some parts may not be covered. Most will come with a thermostat which is needed to keep your room at the right temperature, and while some do not come with a blower, it may be wise to find one that does. This will ensure that you need not buy the fan separately and this will save you money.
Once you have purchased your ideal wall mounted heater, all you need is set it up and enjoy. If it is the in-wall type, then it needs to be set on your wall. If it uses the hooks, then you can decide where you want it and get it set up. With the wall mounted gas heaters that has fasteners, it will not be a problem when it comes to moving it from one point of the home to another. You should note that if you have the wall mounted gas heaters vented, you will need the gas company to come and run a gas line in your home before you can use your new gas heater. Do not attempt to do the work on your own as it is illegal and can lead to a fire.