Space heater for garage...

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  1. Falcon79

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    Ok, I do all my work in my garage and its starting to get really cold again. Does anyone have a recomendation for a space heater that will put a dent in a cold garage space?
     
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    Do you want ease, efficiency, or do you want it to warm up really fast? Attached garage or stand alone? Windows? Wired for electric and/or gas?
     
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    It has to be electric, i have no windows. It just needs to heat the whole garage, not just the area close to the heater. I dont want to drag it around to stay warm.
     
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    Electric/oil heater with a built in fan. Get a couple of them. Leave one of them running 24/7 when it's cold outside run the other only when you're going to be out there.
     
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    old electric stove oven. remove door crank away......
     
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    get one of them barrel fire boxes or whatever their called , and then just run a stove pipe out the side of the shop , thats what i did , and its sometimes to hot , and they aint to expensive , its probably the best bang youll get for your buck if u got available wood to burn
     
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