This Original SUNHEAT Amish cabinet electric portable infrared heater is fully made in the USA.
The heater is enclosed in an heirloom quality handcrafted cabinet. These custom cabinets are handcrafted in Minnesota, by an Amish craftsmen in a small workshop. The cabinets are made by living, breathing people who bring generations of woodworking expertise to each piece.
These cabinets are built with the finest, naturally grown, and most sustainable American hardwoods. The solid hardwoods are locally grown and harvested by rural farmers, located within 100 miles of the cabinet workshop. The local sourcing assures an incredibly high level of quality and consistency in the hardwoods.
The cabinets are finished with a very durable and tough finish.
The Original 1500 will heat up to 1,000 square feet and provide safe, soft, comfortable heat for any area.
This reliable infrared heater has a direct wiring system and the original Honeywell manual thermostat.
The 1500 features a five (5) year parts and labor warranty.
The unit cannot start a fire and is safe to operate anywhere!
- Fully made in the USA
- Heats up to 1,000 square feet
- USA Cabinetry assembled by hand with solid hardwood, stays cool to the touch
- Lifetime washable air filter
- Original Honeywell Manual thermostat
- More than 4 times the copper found in any other Infrared Heater (More FREE Heat)
- Biggest, heaviest, safest 7 ft. cord with an appliance grade plug
Download the Repair Guide
Q: I understand the cabinet is hand made, but where is the actual heater made? Are the parts made in the USA or made in China or like other countries and assembled here?
A: For the heater core, our sheet metal and 24 oz of pure copper is made in Seward, NE, cabinets in either MN or Lexington, NE, all packaging in Omaha, NE, cords and all wiring from MN, thermostats from Honeywell in North America (closest we could get to USA) and the production, strict quality control and testing and packing is all done in Grand Island, NE. Some of the parts (less than 5% of the cost of the unit) are sourced locally as well as overseas depending on what options we have. We try to get everything as close to home, if and when a product is built in our state or in the nation.