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Re: garage heater advice

To: "Jim" <>,
Subject: Re: garage heater advice
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 21:57:07 -0500

I'm in the heating business.

Vent free does not belong in any 
application connected to a living unit.
there is extreme hazard possible.

Carbon Monoxide detectors are not enough.

Vent free systems are very good.

They are designed to be used where 
there is a lot of ventilation. Not in modern
 tight garages. 

 Save/protect your family's lives.

my 2c

11/27/02 5:22:54 PM, "Jim" <> wrote:

>I'm remodelling my house and, among other things, using the opportunity to
>heat my garage to provide a better home for my MGA.
>Any advice on the type of heater? I'm in Michigan so it gets cold, but I
>don't have to warm it a balmy 65. Just a reasonable amount above freezing --
>say, 45+ degrees or so. It's a standard two-car garage, about 500 square
>feet. I've looked at vent-free and radiant vent free. They're the most
>affordable. Anybody out there have any experience with this sort of thing?
>All replies are greatly appreciated.
>Orient red 58 MGA that deserves a nice warm spot

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