« Last post by weibulla on Today at 04:04:45 AM »
I'm not interested in efficiency—I just want to get the most heat out of them possible. My question was solely about whether their close proximity to each other would trip the thermostats sooner than if they were further apart.
Only you can answer that :-) You have to observe if one of them sometimes stops heating to figure it out. You have ofcourse already set the thermostat on its max, so I think you are already squeezing the most out of them.
You need more heaters, but be carefull not to overload the wiring system in the house. Only one heater per socket is just one of the rules. Also about 3000 Watts per safety breaker is probably your Maximum capacity. The power rating on the heater is what matters, but they are usually placed under windows. A fan heater is noisy and even though it distributes the heat better, it should not be necessary with a fan type if you have enough heaters.