I like that idea as well. So let's say I have one of those propane
heaters and would like to keep it outside the garage (have the perfect
place for it), how would I get the heat back into the garage safely and
efficiently? Do I need a blower of some kind, ductwork, ???
Or are you talking about something completely different?
On Thu, 7 Nov 2002 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> >Some day, when I buy a larger house and get a big garage (i.e. shop),
> >bigger than the 2-carI have now, I want to get one of those overhead ones
> >with the shiny duct (radiant heaters of some kind, not sure how they work)
> >that runs the length of the celing, those work very well and don't carry
> >the risk of catching particulates like paint and sawdust on fire AFAIK.
> There is no such risk with a decent through-the-wall heater like mine. I like
> having the combustion intake, flame, and exhaust all schematically OUTside the
> Phil Ethier
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