I can't have central heater on at night because it is located in the roof above DS and the noise wakes/scares him.
It drops to 13 in the kids rooms.
I want something safe (touching etc) to use over night. Also low fire risk too!
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20-06-2012 21:02 #1
Safe ways to heat bedrooms
20-06-2012 21:30 #2
We use a column oil heater, they can be set quite low but make a big difference, they are not too hot to touch and are safe. I think they are also quite efficient.
21-06-2012 05:12 #3
Do they have a thermostat?
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