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Offline 784mula

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GARAGE HEATERS
« on: December 08, 2006, 09:14:23 PM »
ANY SUGGESTIONS TO HEAT UP MY BRAND NEW 26 X 36 X 10FT HI, CONCRETE FLOOR, INSULATED WALLS, POLE BARN? I WOULD LIKE TO GO WITH PROPANE FOR THE HEAT SOURCE & SOME KIND OF CEILING HUNG UNIT. (WHAT A NICE XMAS PRESENT FOR MY WIFE!! NO REALLY...SHE FINALLY GETS TO PARK HER CAR IN THE ATTACHED GARAGE AFTER ALL THOSE YEARS!!)

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« Reply #1 on: December 08, 2006, 11:24:12 PM »
My husband built a 30*40*14 insulated pole barn and he put in a wood stove. It heats up the entire shop nice and toasty. He was thinking about putting in a radiant heater that ran on natural gas. But decided against it because he would have to get the county involved. You know, permits and running the pipe to the shop and all that. Plus he only heats the shop when he's out there.
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