If you have a spot in your North Carolina home that your HVAC system doesn’t reach — like a sunporch, shed, garage or workshop — a propane heater may be the solution.
A propane indoor heater lets you use those spaces you normally couldn’t (at least not comfortably) when the weather turns cold. You can do projects in a workshop, or work on your car in the garage. That sunporch with the view can be enjoyed year-round. And that shed out back? Turn it into a man-cave or a she-shed.
Propane indoor heaters heat a space more efficiently and faster, with lower energy costs, than electric indoor heaters.
You’ve got some decisions to make when it comes to choosing a propane indoor heater for your North Carolina home. Your options include wall-mounted propane heaters, radiant propane indoor heaters forced air propane indoor heaters, and more.
But first, there’s another choice you have to make: how the heater will be vented.
Vent-free heaters offer great efficiency and are designed to heat single rooms. But they may deplete oxygen where you use them since they have no chimney. Look for a vent-free heating unit with an oxygen depletion sensor, commonly referred to as an ODS. An ODS detects if oxygen levels aren’t safe and immediately cut off gas flow to the burner.
Vented heaters are just that. They vent out the back of the unit into a vent pipe or chimney. That venting sends any combustion exhaust safely outside.
The professionals at LG Jordan can help you choose the propane indoor heater that’s right for your needs.
Propane indoor heaters are completely safe when used properly. That’s why you should know these propane safety tips for when you have a propane space heater in your North Carolina home.
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