There are many so many ways propane space heaters can enhance the quality of life in your Tennessee or Kentucky-area home.
Just think about all the sometimes-chilly places around the house that could use a little more heat in the wintertime – your hobby room, for example, or a sun porch or guest room. How about that backyard workshop space (man-cave, perhaps)?
Propane heaters can warm up all of those spaces and more while offering much lower energy costs than electric indoor heaters.
You have several options for propane heaters in your Middle Tennessee or Southern Kentucky home, including wall-mounted propane indoor heaters, forced air propane indoor heaters, radiant propane heaters, and more. But the first and perhaps most important decision to make is how the heater will be vented.
Vent-free heaters are extremely efficient and designed to heat single rooms. However, because they have no chimney, it is possible to deplete oxygen within that room when you run a vent-free heater. Most vent-free heating units now have an oxygen depletion sensor or “ODS” on them, which immediately stops gas flow to the burner if oxygen levels are not above safe levels.
Vented Heaters are vented out from its back into a chimney or a vent pipe so any dangerous combustion exhausts are directed outside. Contact one of our heating specialists to help choose a space heating solution that’s right for you.
When used properly, propane space heaters are perfectly safe. But what is proper use? Here are some important propane safety tips when using a propane space heater in your home.