Space heaters are great for powering the home, but they’re not quite as useful for the environment.
Here’s what you need to know about space heaters.
1:22 Video: How to make space heat on your own – RTA article If you’re buying a new space heater, make sure it’s rated for the amount of heat you’ll use, not just the heat produced.
It may look cool, but you may have to get it off the shelf before you know what’s going on inside.
Read more about space heating.
Space heater safety tips A good place to start is with the advice of the Australian Energy Market Operator.
The EMA is the federal regulator for energy markets, and regulates how energy is produced in the market.
It advises companies on what to buy and sell.
The advice can be found on the EMA website.
A good rule of thumb is to get a space heat source that’s rated to produce heat.
There’s also the EMC, the Australian Manufacturing Council.
These groups recommend you don’t use space heat when you’re building a home, as the heat is generated by the building itself.
The key is to choose a safe product.
Here are some safety tips: Never use a space heating system in a basement or a crawl space that has been designed to be a space.
Read our advice on how to build a safe home.
It’s OK to install a space heatsink into a wall, but never use a wall or ceiling in a crawlspace.
If you do, you may cause a fire.
A space heater should be stored away from any electrical outlets, and away from a vent.
Avoid using a space-efficient heater in a room with a heat pump, which has a large air flow.
Read how to check the air flow in a home.
The best place to find out how much heat you can expect from a space heated space heater is on the Australian Environmental Protection Authority website.
The website includes advice on when you can use a temperature control device, whether it’s a thermostat, a gas fan or a water pump.
You can also check out a range of other advice from the EDA.