I went to price baseboard heaters today (see prior thread), and saw that they also have forced air wall heaters that are tiny! For instance, the one I saw was a com pac by cadet and it was 4000 watts, and took up a space about the size of a sheet of writing paper x 4" deep. The cost was only about $20 more than buying 2 - 2000 watt baseboard heaters, but it would take a LOT less room. And it had the thermostat already included....which really makes it cheaper than the baseboard heaters by the same company. Pros and cons, please, of using a forced air heater??? I know already that it heats FASTER, but is also louder. Supposedly quieter than a refrigerator, though. You mount it on inside walls, instead of outside walls. Any other reason that I shouldn't consider the forced air heater instead of a baseboard heater? I think I like the idea that it doesn't take up nearly as much room (and I only have to mount 2 of them, instead of 4). I don't have enough wall space as it is for the amount of baseboard heaters that I need. Thoughts are two 4000 watt forced air heaters for downstairs (864 sq' house), and then a couple baseboard heaters upstairs (bedroom - quieter), and one forced-air in each bath. Am I missing something here or is this a no-brainer?