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Garage heater...Any recommendations

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I want to get some heat in the garage. It's quite cold and damp.i am using a 2kw petrol 4 stroke genny for power.

I have a cheap argos electric fan and it's shit. Not looking for huge amounts of heat but to take the chill of and dry out some damp patches.

Any ideas . I don't want a gas heater.

Neil

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I’ve just put a log burner in mine, 8kw output. Keeps my garage at a nice temp and it’s 34x 17.

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Try an oil filled radiator. We use them at work and work quite well for a mid size workshop.


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Size and location of your garage Neil, I think a small log burner would be your best bet. Hotplate on top would also sort your brews out and warm your pies 😁

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1 hour ago, preacherman said:

A wood burner might be a good  option. Could keep my pies warm.

Yours, or Peters? 

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21 minutes ago, dt36 said:

Yours, or Peters? 

Pukka pies over here

I don't eat those pies made in Caerphilly.horse meat in Peter's.

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I do like fray bentos puddings though. You can microwave them in 3 minutes.i might get a shed load in,stock up on the pies.

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Just now, preacherman said:

I do like fray bentos puddings though. You can microwave them in 3 minutes.i might get a shed load in,stock up on the pies.

You can get a log burner with a small oven door too. Think I'll have to call over more... 😂

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5 hours ago, preacherman said:

Pukka pies over here

I don't eat those pies made in Caerphilly.horse meat in Peter's.

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