I have experience with the design of residential dwelling units. I have experience with the selection and coordination of the installation of gas fired log look-alike fireplaces. I have worked on condo apartments and Ritz Carlton units across the country. This unit is able to provide 33,000 BTUs of heat when set on high. A typical master bedroom, even in a very cold climate, should be comfortable with no more than 16,000 BTUs of heat. The manufacturer clearly advises that this type of heater is to be considered supplemental to a primary heating system, so indeed this unit was way oversized for the intended use and occupancy. Moreover, my experience with this type of product is that a factory trained installation expert is typically a holder in due course (who buys the unit wholesale and sells and delivers and installs the unit on behalf of the homeowner or the builder). So there should have been ample checks and balances. I understand the pros and cons of this type of unit well and why a homeowner might want to add this type of unit to their home. However, I do not believe this size unit was suitable for a small bedroom, especially without the proper safety controls. I am wondering whether this unit was a standard feature or an add alternate feature in the sales contract and what the builder’s sales promotion literature had to say about the suitability of this particular unit for its intended use.