The wiring is not getting hot, I feel the cords and the plugs on a daily basis and they are as cold as they can be.I will guarantee the wiring is getting hot with those things plugged in... I used to install and operate a park and had dealt with this on numerous occasions...
Have you contacted a local company that setup or sells modular homes? A lot of times people will have heat pumps installed but when they order the unit it still comes with a furnace. A lot of times the company's will sell these for next to nothing we used to pay about $900 shipped to our door in Canada and we live way up north so 1/2 of that was shipping. That was for a furnace around 80-90% efficiency. Usually cost us about $500 for a gas fitter to come in and install the unit... What the customers saved in heating costs in 1 year paid for everything.. If you own the place you can take a loan out against your home and get things done right...
With Covid, we have done good just have these being in stock so we could buy them for this Winter.
Tell me, if the cords/plugs are cold, is not the wiring is also cold in the wall?
And If 500 watts (and they are set on thermostats) over heats the wall wiring then we have a real fire trap of a trailer, correct?
What am I missing here?
And these units also have the 3 prong cords, not the little cheap 2 prong, I would NOT even consider plugging one of those fire hazard heaters up in my home, no way!