As of March 2015, Sunheat, Cadet and some EdenPURE heaters are made in the United States. SolarFlare heaters were once American-made, but they are no longer available.
Sunheat manufactures infrared heaters housed in hand-assembled wood cabinets, which are made in Nebraska. They come in a variety of finishes, such as oak, cherry and mahogany. Sheet metal and copper used in components come from a Mennonite factory in the Midwest. Honeywell thermostats are also included. The standard heater warms areas up to 1,000 square feet.
Cadet makes electric wall, baseboard and garage heaters in Vancouver, Washington. Wall heaters circulate air with fans and are appropriate for offices, bedrooms and baths. Baseboard heaters are suitable for areas that are frequently used, and convection distributes the warmed air. Garage heaters, which are very sturdy, can be used in rooms that become very cold.
Certain models of EenPURE's quartz infrared portable heaters are produced in North Canton, Ohio. They range in height from 15 to 17 inches and weigh between 19 and 27 pounds. Depending upon the specific heater, they warm areas from 750 to 1,000 square feet. The cabinets, which move easily on casters, are polycarbonate or a combination of polycarbonate and galvanized steel. A lifetime filter is cleaned by vacuuming or washing.