There are 40 million single family residential garages in the United States.
A typical two car garage represents approximately 20% of the unusable space in an average home.
A garage represents the most under-utilized space in most climates during the winter months.
Uncomfortable temperatures prevent activities like workshops, hobby activities, do-it yourself projects,
auto maintenance, and recreation in the garage during cold winter months.
Cold temperatures in the garage are also detrimental to vehicles and house plumbing.
Ice, snow and salt stay frozen on auto sheet metal, plumbing in garage or adjacent walls may freeze,
and it causes slow heater warm up in vehicles.
Most garage heaters are designed to heat a one car garage. Electric garage heaters work best when used in this type of situation because you don't need to worry about venting any propane fumes or worrying about the expense of natural gas. Electric heat is much more efficient, for example electric heating uses 100% of the electricity and turns it into heat. Electric heaters can be mounted in several ways therefore saving you space in your workplace or garage. You are not using a fuel that needs to be replaced and saving that time it takes to refill a tank or fuel line. An electric heater does not need to run with a fossil fuel and therefore never gets build up and give you a longer living heater
The most used Heaters for your Garage:
Electric Garage Heater
Natural Gas Garage Heater
Propane Garage Heater