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Old 11-27-2008, 05:25 PM
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Quick Heat

I have a 150,000 BTU gas heater in my garage. It's 24x28. I get real quick heat. What I did for the oxegen problem was to cut a piece luan plywood to fit the bottom panle in my window. In that I cut a 8" circle for stove pipe that runs from there to the back of my heater. As my heater runs it sucks fresh air from outside. It dose not matter what the temp of the air is outside, It will blow all the hot air you want. I've done this for years and it works fine. My son has one to. He cut a hole in his garage wall and made a permament mount for his. I use the window so I can shut it when not in use and put my heater up in the summer.

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Don't forget,,, Using solid fuel heaters will cancel out most home owners Insurance policies. Not to mention how it will make all your tools and floor sweat with moisture if you don't keep it a constant temp.
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