I live in an area where electricity is an inexpensive heating source. It is hydroelectricity so it's pretty green aside from the effects of dam building, etc. About 7-9 years ago, the heating system was converted from an oil furnace to an electric furnance. It's a Norton furnace made by Broan. It's not putting out heat as it should and probably needs one of the elements replaced. The air is tepid so the fan is running longer to keep up. I am wondering if I should repair it or convert to electric baseboard heating. I like the ability to regulate the heat in each room. I planned on adding a central air conditioner at some point but I would be just as happy with a minisplit system.
Anywho, does anyone have an opinion on baseboard heaters vs central heating? Which is more efficient? I am looking at the Cadet SoftHeat models.