Yes in most cases but, in bed room be especially careful of flammable items like bedding etc. Leave plenty of room around the heater to be safe and not recommend for normal use only under extreme emergency conditions as heater should be watched and you need proper ventilation, no closed small rooms as it uses oxygen to burn. Better to place the heater out side the room in an open area.
answered 4 years ago
- upstate N.Y.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
- Gloucester, MA
Yes it may be used indoors. It states do not sleep while product is on. This is for safety.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
We use it indoors, but in large rooms with plenty of space and also we never leave it unattended.
answered 4 years, 8 months ago
- Philly Suburbs, PA
A new class of heater came into being about 10 years ago.
They are called "ventless" heaters because they are 99.9 efficient, they send nothing up the chimney, because there is no chimney.
The ALL have a low oxygen sensor, if the osygen in a room runs low they turn themselves off - THUS you can yse them anywhere. As I write this I am living & sleeping in a micromotorhome with one of these heaters as my ONLY (well, besides my electric blnket) source of heat. I go to sleep every night knowing that i will wake up in the morning, because I have purchased, installed and used more than three dozen of these heaters. --tim--
answered 6 years, 9 months ago