I’m not the type of WOMAN who does well in freezing weather. Even though I spent the first many months of my life living through freezing rapidly increasing temperatures up north every year, I loved the moment my family moved to the south. I have lived here ever since & have adjusted the right way. Periodically I guess appreciate a lizard, regularly romantic the sizzling & humid rapidly increasing temperatures during the year & staying indoors when the weather drops too freezing. I have a central Heating, Ventilation, & AC in my cabin with an electric furnace built in, I just like to not to use it because of the utility bills. Also, if I’m only having weather below 50 degrees a few weeks out of every year, it makes it taxing to ever justify turning my electric furnace on. Unfortunately for me personally, a freezing front rolled through Last year & the rapidly increasing temperatures are relentless. I’m currently wearing a hoodie & sweatpants around my cabin all day long & a coat anytime I walk out the door. Eventually I finally decided to visit the hardware store & see what kind of space furnaces were available. Even though I was hoping for a few choices, I wasn’t expecting the vast selection available. There were fan forced furnaces that started as low as $8 & more high-priced radiant heaters, some with remote controls, for $50. I wasn’t positive on what to buy, there were way too many choices. Finally, after determining that I wanted something that I could use for more than one room in my house, I broke down & bought a more high-priced radiant heater. I was told that they’re built to be very energy efficient & I have a wide range of temperature options. It’s nice to leave it in my family room at evening & turn it up while I sleep. When I wake up in the evening, the cabin is nice & toasty for when I leave for work.