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Efficency with Oil Column heating

I have oil column heater on to warm a bedroom on level 3 in the evening but have conflicting reports of it taking more power to heat up again every night... am I better to turn off oil column heater during day time or is it more efficient to leave it on level 1 during that time and turn it up during the evening if necessary?

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Because it operates on room air temperature, if this is the only means of heat to this room, leaving it on would be more economical thus keeping the rise in air temp time less=less time it works hard to match what you desire. but if not only source of heat no. time to heat room would be almost the same thus you would save what you used during the day due to fluctuations in room temps between time your furnace would kick on and off.

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