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Heated Garage or Workshop for Re-loading 18 Feb 2021 18:39 #27668

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So this cold weather and The Covid have urged many people to put electric heat in their garages, especially if the garage is attached to the house. People are using part of their garage as a workshop or reloading room or even as a gym. Consequently they are looking for cost effective heating that does not require a gas line and penetrating the wall or ceiling for exhaust venting.

I have been installing two types of units that are 240 volts and either adjustable 3000/4000/5000Watt or adjustable 5000/7500Watt. These are plenty powerful enough to take off the chill and render the garage space quite comfortable. Here are two examples. They both have on-board heat settings/thermostats.

Prices range from ~$650 to $950+ depending on options, location and routing of new cable from the main electrical panel or garage sub-panel to the new heater location.


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Reach out to me if you would like to explore this heating option and we can arrange a What'sApp or Facetime Video site assessment and estimate.

Thanks!
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Heated Garage or Workrshop for Re-loading 19 Feb 2021 08:12 #27669

Do you charge extra to install in Edmonton?
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Heated Garage or Workrshop for Re-loading 19 Feb 2021 09:07 #27670

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No but I use a different DIY version that I ship to you which consists of a metal garbage can, bag of firewood and a Bic lighter. These work great in apartments and patios too.

How many do you want?
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Heated Garage or Workshop for Re-loading 01 Mar 2021 10:01 #27700

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