Would you recommend a vented or ventless type of propane heater for a basement?
By eFireplaceStore on January 7, 2015
Because of the relatively low amount of air changeover in a basement, I recommend sticking with a vented appliance. The vent free unit will consume oxygen at a level that will be difficult to make up quickly.
By Daniel on November 9, 2012
I'm looking to replace an older natural gas wall heater. It is small but useful in winter for our patio. It has a blower on the top and it makes a difference. Could you recommend a similar one? On our current one, the pilot wont stay lit, so we have to turn it off. The blower also cuts off or won't turn on. We need a dependable one.
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