It has been very slightly warmer but not sufficiently so that the heaters would make much difference. We live in a one-bedroom apartment which is always comfortably warm when we are about during the day and if it feels a bit chilly in the evening we put the living room electric fire on for a while. We keep the heaters on low all the time during the winter - input mark 3, output 2 and we find this is just right for us. One is placed in the hall and the other in the living room. When I say the heaters are very hot during the night at the moment, they are about the same heat as they would normally be during the day but being night they do feel hotter.
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Yes I think the heaters are getting too hot considering the output is only on 2. However normally the heaters are barely warm during the night then the heat starts coming through in a morning possibly about 7 o'clockish. At their hottest you can put your hand on them without burning yourself but you would not want to keep it there for very long.They then keep their heat until into the evening and are still warm when we are going to bed about 10.15pm.