Heating The Garage

by Linden on October 25, 2007

Fall is in the air and old man winter is following closely.  Over the next couple of weeks the Garage Forums is going to take an in-depth look at heating options for the garage.

The series will start by looking at using natural gas as a heat source and will continue discussing other options such as propane, electricity, water (heat pumps), fire (wood stoves) and portable units. 

We will discuss concerns such as installation cost, air quality/humidity, maintenance, and efficiency.

Look for the first post – coming tomorrow.


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Paul Nelson October 29, 2009 at 4:05 pm

There are many types of garage heaters out there. Two friends of mine heated their garages differently. One used the Modine Hot Dawg heater. This heater is awesome and just simply does a great job in his larger 2 car garage. There are many sizes to choose from and natural gas or propane fuel source options. He bought his at http://www.qcsupply.com. They offer FREE SHIPPING, which is very nice.
The other friend went all electric with a Q-Mark MUH electric unit heater. I like this heater, because I prefer the all electric feature. No venting, no propane or natural gas to mess with, just wire it and keep warm. This buddy bought his at QC Supply as well. They have a bunch of different heaters for different applications.
Hope this helped,

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