If your garage has in-floor heating then consider yourself lucky. In floor radiant heat is the best method of heating any room in your house or heating your garage with quick recovery time once your garage door has been closed.
If you did not think ahead about how you will heat your garage during construction or maybe you purchased a home with an existing garage, don't fret!
Gas fired mid efficient heaters like the one in the photo above are an excellent choice for your garage!
You always need three things to get this job done; Natural gas (or propane), a route to pipe exhaust outdoors and electricity to power the heater. Once your certified technician have these figured out, the only thing left is GET TO WORK!
I was fortunate enough to have been hired for this particular job pictured above to not only install the heater, but to also insulate and drywall. This gave me the unique advantage to do a super clean install. The truth is, you can install a heater in an insulated and dry walled garage, but hanging the unit may require unsightful ceiling brackets and venting through the exterior wall vs. going up through the ceiling.
For more information regarding garage heaters or if one can be installed in your garage, give me a call!