Garages were, of course, designed to house cars. But they soon became much more: storage spaces, offices, man caves. Living space is valuable. Garage heaters are installed high on the wall, close to the ceiling, and heat the room robust heating elements and a fan to circulate heated air throughout the space, delivering clean, dry air with no emissions, while maintaining an extremely comfortable, constant temperature.
Garages are typically not part of a house’s heating system and often have minimal insulation, making them chilly and uncomfortable when the weather turns cold. Keeping the garage warm in the winter is an essential requirement for year-round use and comfort. Follow these steps to heat up your garage and take your comfort back.
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Your garage has the potential for much more than a place to park your car. Really, it’s an opportunity to create a space to do the things you love and gain a little private sanctuary from the pressures of everyday life.
If you are stuck with no air-conditioning in your garage or it’s completely enclosed with no windows, this post is for you. As the summer heats up, hot and humid working conditions can put a stop to those all important shop projects. Using a high velocity fan or two can help transfer the hot air out and any cooler air in, makes a big difference and getting you back to work.