Well howdy there neighbor, I'm near East Greenville (about 20 minutes from
Qtown on 663). In the last week, I've found 4 people who live in
Doylestown. Popular place... :-)
The garage is insulated and so are the garage doors. Oh, and it's attached.
How much propane do you go through? This is one of those unregulated
At 04:34 11/10/2000, Chris Heerschap was inspired to say:
>Richard Beels wrote:
> > North of Philly, 900 sq. ft. 2 car garage, 2 windows on the front, none in
>Where north of Philly? Just curious, I'm in Doylestown.
> > the rear, 2 garage doors, house heated by H2O baseboard driven by
> > oil. Propane tank in the back for the kitchen stove and (currently unused)
> > dryer.
> > How to heat the bugger? Phil's 50 degrees is what I'm aiming for.
>Are the walls or doors insulated? That makes a *huge* difference. The
>walls aren't insulated in mine, but by insulating the doors (got 2"
>thick foam insulation from Home Depot) that made a big difference. Then
>when it's really cold I use a propane heater with the two round 6"
>radiant elements. Does quite a nice job, and no doubt will be better
>when I get around to tearing down the existing drywall and adding
>insulation. I added a carbon monoxide alarm for when I use that, but
>even with two cars in a 400sq ft (read: darn small) garage haven't had a
>problem with fumes.
>Chris Heerschap - UNIX Systems Mutilator / Postmaster