The Q-Mark 25126W electric base board heater offers a highly efficient and easy to use design that's sure to keep you warm this winter. It boasts 500 watts and up to 1706 BTUs of warmth that's sure to keep your space cozy and comfortable. It's ideal for heating personal spaces or providing supplementary heat to your larger heating system. This heater is perfect for use in bedrooms, family rooms, dens and more!
For maximum air flow, the Q-Mark 25126W baseboard heater features a chimney fin element. It also directs air flow is also directed away from the walls so that walls do not end up with damage or discoloration.
Ideal for Any Home
To keep the lovely appearance of your home intact, this heater comes in a Navajo white enamel finish that complements the decor of any home. This Q-Mark baseboard heater also features rounded edges, which offers a stylish look and eliminates sharp corners.
Made to Last
Enjoy many years of use with this electric baseboard heater. It's made with durable steel and high quality internal components. For added peace of mind, it also comes with an impressive 10 year manufacturer's limited warranty
The Q-Mark 25126W electric baseboard heater comes with many handy features that make it very easy to install. There are mounting holes in the rear of the cabinet, lead wires for quick connection to the ends of the heater, and knockouts at each end for added convenience.
Optional Accessories Available For The Qmark Baseboard Heater 120 Volt Models
120-277 Volt Single Pole Thermostat TA1AW: Single pole thermostats break only one side of the power line to your heater and cannot be turned ''off.'' Therefore, power is continuous to the heater even if it is not running. The control knob will have a low temperature setting without an ''off'' position. These thermostats generally have a temperature range of 40 to 90 degrees.
Duplex Receptacle RA1W: An optional accessory that attaches and makes an additional two plug outlets for any baseboard heater.
120-277 Volt Double Pole TA1AW: A "Double Pole" is an older term for a switch that allows you to turn both sides of the filament on and off - actually turning it completely off making it much safer than leaving it always energized. Double pole thermostats should be used for zonal heat systems such as electric fan heaters, baseboard heaters, and radiant heaters.
Double Pole Wall Thermostat MD26: The same as a double pole, but is able to be wall mounted.
120-277 Volt Two Pole Tamper-Proof Thermostat TA2TPAW: A standard two pole thermostat but with a tamper proof guard that resembles a small disc covering, which is only removable with a screwdriver. Once it is off, an inside stem is clearly visible. This is then rotated with a screwdriver or with your fingers.
Inside Corner ICAW: Allows two baseboard heaters to be set up next to each other on walls that are at a right angle to each other. If you were standing in the corner, the point of the corner would point away from you.