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Are Indoor Propane Space Heaters Safe?

Indoor space heating

Propane heaters serve a lot of purposes. They can provide heating to spaces where your home’s HVAC system doesn’t reach. Indoor propane heaters are ideal for today’s trendy tiny homes. Propane indoor heaters heat a space faster and more efficiently with lower energy costs than an electric indoor heater.

You have a choice when it comes to propane indoor heaters for your Iowa home. There are portable indoor propane heaters, wall-mounted propane indoor heaters, forced air propane indoor heaters and radiant indoor propane heaters.

Using a heater in your garage and other spaces

With an indoor propane heater, you can work on your car in the garage, do projects in a workshop, turn your back yard shed into a man-cave or a she-shed, or enjoy the view from your sunporch year-round.

Suppose you have dedicated part of your garage to a woodworking shop or other type of hobby center. You’ll want to keep it warm and cozy without going through the expense of insulating the entire garage and adding piping from your home’s central heating system.

The solution, of course, is a propane space heater. Propane heaters for the garage are the best option because they’re much less expensive to operate than electric garage heaters.

Vented propane space heaters are easy to install, incredible efficient and extremely safe. They also burn cleaner, with fewer emissions created compared to electric and fuel oil space heaters.
Before deciding which propane gas heater to buy, do a comparison in terms of heat capacity, efficiency, installation and operating costs.

Indoor propane space heater safety

The main point is, when used properly, indoor propane heaters are very safe. Here’s a quick review to help to make sure you are using your propane indoor heater safely:

Contact your propane company if you would like advice about purchasing and installing a propane space heater. Read more propane safety tips.

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