Spring is here, and you might be starting to think about the projects you want to work on in your garage. But how will you keep your space comfortable enough to let you work for hours at a time, even into the cold evening hours?
A propane-powered infrared garage heater could be the answer.
Infrared heaters radiate waves of energy that turn into warmth only when they contact people and surfaces. These waves absorb and radiate heat outward to increase the temperature of their surroundings. By operating this way, propane-powered infrared heaters enjoy several advantages over conventional heaters:
Energy Efficiency: Infrared propane heaters use significantly less energy than conventional heaters–about 50 percent less than electric models. Its reflectors transfer nearly 100 percent of the heat your propane infrared heater creates.
Safety: All heating elements of the heater are covered by a protective metal sheath. And since the core temperature of infrared heaters never gets as high as an electric heater’s, propane infrared heaters are very safe. This means you can touch the surface of an infrared garage heater without being burned.
Minimal maintenance: Since infrared heaters don’t have moving parts, maintenance is minimal. There are no motors to wear out or air filters to replace.
Instant heat: Conventional heaters heat people and objects directly rather than heating air, which wastes energy and takes a long time. Propane infrared heat penetrates and warms you and the room immediately, with no need to wait for the heat to build up.
Quiet and clean operation: Since infrared heaters operate without moving parts or fan blades, they don’t make noise or move dust around your space.
Comfort: Heat from an infrared heater’s reflector can be felt several yards in front of the heater. Drafts or wind don’t affect their heating power! This makes them perfect for small spaces like residential garages.
Eco-friendly: Infrared heaters operate without any carbon combustion, no toxic by-products of combustions, no open flame, and no fuel lines to leak.
Contact Paraco today to learn more about propane infrared heaters or other great propane appliances for your home or workspace!
It’s great to know that propane heaters use 50% less energy than electric models, making it an energy-efficient choice. My dad plans to have a cabin home constructed in our hometown next year. If there’s a nearby propane service in the area, I’ll suggest he uses propane heating for the new house. Thanks!
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