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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old 09-14-2010, 12:11 PM
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never thought about the soot from the exh, me being in a neighborhood that would be bad

I also looked at the corn pellet stove's........
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i have an old oil heater i got free, with (now) a new gun type burner.
i run it to keep the worst of the chill off and crank it up when i decide to work there. it is reasonably cheap to use and keeps my machinery clean during winter. in summer i have a 5k btu window type A/C that i run nearly all summer. the garage is quite comfortable, too. 24X24 insulated.
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I was looking at heaters yesterday..... my detatched garage (3-4car insulated etc) has a electric heater in there which gets it toasty warm but dam do my electric bils get expensive when it's on thus I am removing it.

I like some of the oil burning heaters & I hope to get one of those. I think it's about $2500 for a 150,000 BTU unit (I could probably use a smaller one, just started looking) that burns used motor oil. I figure that's the cheapest way to heat the garage, just use the oil from one of my cars to keep it going......
What's your current kW/hr on the old electric heater? Just trying to see what's inefficient for these. Thanks!
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