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Real Solar Comfort Heater Reviews from Actual Owners

If you are searching for solar comfort heater reviews, then you have come to the right place. Here you will find out more information about solar comfort heaters and how they work. You can also read real solar comfort heater reviews.

A solar comfort heater is a small space heater that is built within a beautiful wooden box, and can make a perfect addition to any room in your home. These small heaters can quickly add a huge amount to warmth to any room, plus they look fantastic as well. One solar comfort heater review stated, “I absolutely love my solar comfort heater. 

It heats up so quickly and quietly, plus the oak finish is positively delightful.” However, the one thing every solar comfort heater review needs to mention is that “solar comfort heater” is merely the name of the product and has absolutely nothing to do with solar power

These heaters run off of traditional AC power and can be plugged directly into any outlet. Of course it would be possible to make your solar comfort heater solar powered if you so desired by installing a photovoltaic solar system in your home, but that’s something to be covered another time. 

Solar Comfort Heaters, produced by the Sun Cloud company, are portable infrared heaters that run quietly and efficiently. Another great advantage is that the outside of the heater never gets hot, so it can be placed anywhere in your room and you won’t have to worry about your children or pets getting burned. 

solar comfort heaterThis also means that it is not a fire hazard like many other space heaters. Each unit will heat up around one thousand square feet, although they are much less effective in rooms with high ceilings. The units are available for purchase either online or in some retail stores. 

Depending on the size of the model you choose and which wood finish you choose for the cabinet, you should expect to pay between $300 and $400 for each Sun Cloud Solar Comfort heater. 

The cabinet for the heater is available in a variety of wood finishes including Classic Oak and Rich Mahogany, so you can choose a heater that fits in nicely with the existing d├ęcor in your home. 

The Sun Cloud Solar Comfort KD8000 is the most popular heater.

 
These heaters work by drawing air in through the washable air filter through the use of a small, quiet fan. This air is then passed into a chamber where four infrared lamps heat the air up. It is then transferred to the heat exchanger where it is warmed further by passing through heated tubes. The heated air then exits the heater and into the room. These heaters are even able to retain the moisture in the air to ensure that they do not produce too dry of a heat. 
 
Real Solar Comfort Heater Reviews by Actual Owners

solar comfort heater“This is a great heater! The wheels make it easy to move around to any room, and I always move it closer to me on those cold winter nights. As for the look of the product, my friends are constantly complementing us on it. They say it looks like an end table, and the beautiful mahogany finish really complements the rest of our furniture. But the best thing about this product is the amount of heat it produces for such a small device. And they aren’t lying to you when they say that this heater won’t heat up. Sometimes I forget to turn it off for days, and yet it’s still cool to the touch. What a wonderful heater and well worth the price.” - Maria L., Cleveland, Ohio

“My solar comfort heater works just as promised, although it works much better in our bedroom than in the living room where I had originally intended to use it. Our living room has cathedral ceilings, and sadly this product just doesn’t put off enough heat to warm up that much air. Despite this fact, we are still extremely satisfied with it and are considering buying another one for the basement.” - Peter H., Tacoma, Washington

“I originally purchased a sun cloud solar heater over 20 years ago and that unit is still going strong. We decided to buy a second unit for our lake house and although we like the looks of the older model better (more classic) we are still extremely satisfied with our heater.” - Jeffrey C., Ft. Collins, Colorado

“I bought one of these Sun Cloud solar heaters a few years ago and I was very happy to find out that the 4 375 watt infrared lamps can easily be replaced. I had a similar type of heater before and you had to package it up and send it back to the manufacturer when the bulbs went out. I ended up just throwing it in the trash the second time as it was such a pain. This one is much better and it puts out more heat too.” - Blake G., Ishpeming, Michigan


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