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Old 11-23-2012, 11:12 AM   #26
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Propane catalytic heaters are safe to use indoors. Propane inherently produces very low amounts of CO and when there is no flame IE catalytic almost none. So a drafty garage door is sufficient ventilation. I have the mid sized buddy heater I use for camping either in my camper or tent and it goes all weekend long on one pound of propane. A 20 pound bottle of weekend wrenching would last you almost two months.
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who sells the heatdish? couldn't find it at costco anymore.
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More of a permanent heater that on full blast can heat my 2-car garage:
Overhead Radiant Heater | Princess Auto
So that one works well? I was looking at it a while ago, but decided against it for no good reason. Maybe I'll go pick one up while it's on sale!
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2 suggestions that I know by personal experience will do the job.

More of a permanent heater that on full blast can heat my 2-car garage:
Overhead Radiant Heater | Princess Auto

Of if you want something more portable:
Bionaire Oil Filled Heater

The second one easily heats a 600sq. ft. basement suite no problems.
Hope these help. If they don't, go to Princess Auto as they have really good deals and everything is pretty much made for the garage.
Hmmm...which one's more energy efficient?

I still have to seal my doors nice and tight though.
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Those of you suggesting thick/thermal clothing, being able to work in your garage in a tshirt in the winter when you're in there a lot is great. I'd rather not have to bundle up every time I want to work on my bike/car.

My garage is bigger than yours with zero insulation and two small floor heaters from walmart heat the whole thing up in about 15mins and I usually have to turn one of them off.
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Propane catalytic heaters are safe to use indoors. Propane inherently produces very low amounts of CO and when there is no flame IE catalytic almost none. So a drafty garage door is sufficient ventilation.
You'll warm up a lot quicker with NO draft...

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who sells the heatdish? couldn't find it at costco anymore.
Saw some at XS Cargo... 800W, $30. No idea how durable they are, but should warm ya up quick for cheap.
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