We just built a GH attached to our house . kinda like a sunroom .
we used poly carb panels
the size is about 10' w x 45 ' long
insulated all nooks and crannys , its air tight about 90%
got one window and a storm door attached.
you can see it here http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/1145694/
looking into heat source we decided on electric. our house has geothermal ,
propane is to expensive
wood is not consistent enough and would have to be controled manualy ?
our question is
how many BTU do you use in your ? we need to convert to 240 amp and at least 20,000 BTU is our best understanding .
Do you have an electric heat and can recomend a company ? or a heater you like over others that you have used ?
thanks for any advice you can help us out with
thanks so much !!! wow .
we just filled out propane tank and i think we have a 125 tank. we just paid 3.99 per gal.
i will check and see what our electric is
thank you so much !! this is great info you gave me.
good to know Hallchinalady.
i have seen the coal burner stoves in tractor supply. i was always wondering about them.
well we sure are having trouble and someone to hook up our propane . we called several placed ect...
but i m sure we will find someone .
thanks again for all the help
well our propane supplier will do the outside but not the hook up to the heater ect... inside. understandable . sorry i was vague . my bad .
we are still looking around
we did have to get a permit to build the Gh . what a nightmare that was. LOL
Search with Google using hvac Urbana, OH for a search term.
HVAC stands for Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning. It looks like there is a half dozen or so.
We heat our house with a propane boiler in series with a wood boiler. The propane gives heat to the house when the fire is down or I'm gone for an extended period of time. The wood reduces the cost of propane.
well we finely got an electricain out
we dedided on electric.
so we will have two heaters , one on each side of the GH .
then a fan for air circulation ,
i have a window and door to ventilation.
so thank you for all your help
will keep you al up todate on or progress