Propane heater

Longview, TX

Just wondering what type of propane heater could be used for a small greenhouse? I am trying to build a new gh in the near future and wonder how to heat it. I only plan to heat it during bad weather only. Mostly I dont have much freezing weather. But if I do I dont want electric heat...we have ice storms once or twice a year. Any ideas?>
Kelly

Nauvoo, AL(Zone 7a)

It has to be a vented heater so the fumes go outside . it can be old type or newer type. newer type use less gas/propane

cricket

Willacoochee, GA(Zone 8b)

Get an LB White, it doesn't require a ventpipe....

or if it's a real small greenhouse use a Radiant Heater.... they're pretty efficient.

drew

San Jose, CA(Zone 9a)

Radiant Heater??? Does it require electricity??? I am not going to be having any to my new portable GH and was wondering how I should heat it. 6x10' and only on days that the weather is forcasted to be below freezing. That should be a dozen days max!
Thanks,

Margie

Willacoochee, GA(Zone 8b)

radiant heaters are like those ones with the lil pads.
no electricity required, just a pilot light.
some types can be hooked up to a thermostat.

you can buy them around here for $200 new, or once in awhile find a few for $20 used of course but usable.
We heated our whole house one winter with 100 gallons of propane.

dp

San Jose, CA(Zone 9a)

Thank you dp...I will look into it!

Longview, TX

thanks everyone

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