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Heater by Dyna-Glo 10000-BTU ..... YMMV .... $79.5

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Dual fuel technology allows the unit to be operated with liquid propane or natural gas
Blue flame technology works by convecting heat to warm the air the same way as a central heating system

Up to 10,000 BTU's/hr heats up to 300-sq ft

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Local 2 stores---$120. & $101. Repped.
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$127 local stores in lower Michigan
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10,000 btu seems a bit low, no?

a single big buddy heater would put out 18,000 btu for about the same price.
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10k BTU may not be sufficient for most. We started with the natural gas only version of this 20k BTU unit in October and it kept our 400 sq ft midwestern 3-season room warm enough. As the temps dropped in December, I returned and bought the 30k BTU big brother and it keeps the uninsulated space toasty warm. This ventless heater is very nice and has passed my aggressive CO (carbon monoxide) testing, but I learned the hard way to buy the bigger BTU capacity. If you have a small and well insulated space, this make work well for you, but I suspect this won't move the temp needle in the average garage where you'd want the temp to increase from freezing.
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120 by me
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10000 btu is fine. I have a dynaglo with 3 plates. Each plate puts out 6000 bty. We only use one plate up high in northeast in a 30×20 room. It keeps temp at ~68 F. Unless you want to use in garage, 10000 is probably more than sufficient indoor.
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