Question about Lasko Ceramic Heater
How much does 1500w/5118 btu cost an hour? I am using a space heater to help heat up a room when I am cold. But would it be cheaper to warm up with running the heater on my home or using the space heater in a room?
1500w / 1000w = 1.5 kwh. Every hour you run (assuming it is at 100% peak power) you use 1.5 kw. Just multiply that rate by how much it your power company charges per kwh.
Estimating high at 10 cents per kwh it would be $1 for every 10 hours you run the heater, or $2.40 per day, or about $72 per month if you ran it 24/7 for 30 days.
It is FAR cheaper to use these types heaters to heat one small room than an entire apartment or house if you are only in one room the majority of the time.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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