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Larger spaces need more heating power (and vice versa). for non-industrial purposes, it's best to think of it in terms of wattage per square foot.
Here's a quick and rough guide to the power needs of different-sized rooms (based on generally accepted stats and technical specs for Convector Heaters).
Similarly, a floor heater such as the FFIH recessed floor heater can help keep out draughts that infiltrate a room from underneath the door.
This particular fitting doesn't even require an under-floor air supply; there are inlets and outlets on the grille face itself.
However, if it will face a lot of foot traffic, make sure it won't crack or break.
Looking to more domestic applications, the plants in a greenhouse will often succumb to freezing temperatures in the winter, but these spaces do not require the same level of heating as, say, a similarly-sized bathroom.
In these cases, a thermostatic "frost protection" heater will heat the space to a relatively low temperature to keep those plants healthy.
These are just a few examples, of course, and everyone reading this will have different requirements that can't be summed up in a blog post.
If you have questions, why not leave a comment or better yet: pop into our showroom.