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  • Getting a garage heater

    I have a garage setup that gets quite cold. I could see my breath many days even with the propane heaters I've been using. Playing KPC beta last week didn't seem as real at 30 degrees. I loved the course though. Anyway, I am getting a 240v overhead garage heater installed Friday. Very excited!

  • #2
    Is it a IR panel heater ? If yes, i got 2 of them in my room and they work great .

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    • #3
      Which heater are you going with?

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      • #4
        It's this one.

        http://md24.quartz.synacor.com/servi...895&part=2.2.2

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        • SirNeedaSim
          SirNeedaSim commented
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          Sounds like something I need to look into as well. However, the didn't work for me. What's the brand, model and cost?

      • #5
        Sorry about the link not working. It's a king kb2406. Installed with materials and labor about 800

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        • #6
          I bought this one to heat my 32x32 garage. Works great - temp goes from 30 to 60 in about an hour.

          https://www.amazon.com/Delux-KFA80DG...=80000+dynaglo

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          • mthunt
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            Please tell me you have a CO2 sensor in your garage.

          • Bnorman58
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            One of the reasons I am moving from my propane heaters.

          • sunnfunn
            sunnfunn commented
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            I do. And I always open one of the garage doors 6-8 inches and one of the windows the same. It all works great. I may be changing to gas heat in the house though so I might move the oil furnace to the garage.

        • #7
          First, I insulated the garage door. Then, I purchased https://www.lowes.com/pd/Honeywell-1...ater/999901015 . It's heater and AC. I live in Tennessee. Not the most extreme temperature, but it does dip to the 20's (30's to low 40's most of winter) and 90's for much of the summer. I keep the thermostat to low 60's in winter and high 70's in summer. Works great!

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          • #8
            I researched this extensively and ended up with this https://www.amazon.com/Toyotomi-TAD-.../dp/B008PSCL42

            it works very well, but if the temps are extreme, under 10 degrees it warms up to 40. If it's 100 it'll cool down to 76 or so. That's in an insulated garage.

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            • mthunt
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              You could put 2 if you wanted to.

          • #9
            Just to add, if temps are more moderate it works wonders. The biggest thing is having two hoses from everything I researched. And also have as many BTUs as possible, 14k minimum.

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