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Patio Door Baseboard Heater

PPG Series

This baseboard heater with top air outlet creates a layer of warm air between the glazed surface and the room, countering uncomfortable cold drafts and preventing window condensation.

Features that are sure to please!

  • Sturdy and durable construction

This baseboard heater is made from heavy duty steel (18 gauge), making it rugged enough to withstand the shocks and physical abuse of heavy traffic through the patio door.

Baked epoxy/polyester powder coating providing an ultra-durable, easy-to-maintain finish.

  • Safe for young children

The front cover safely conceals the heating element to keep it out of the reach of little one’s fingers.

  • Even quieter natural convection heating.

Heating element floats on high-temperature nylon supports to reduce thermal expansion noises.

Our warranty—your assurance of quality!

  • 10-year on the heating element
  • 1-year against defects

Product dimensions

Available Models

Product # Watts
in. mm
PPG1000BL 1000/750W 60 1525
PPG1250BL 1250/938W 72 1830
Standard color: white