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Review Mr. Heater Vent-Free 20,000 BTU Blue Flame Natural Gas Heater, One Size, Multi

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Details: Mr. Heater Vent-Free 20,000 BTU Blue Flame Natural Gas Heater, One Size, Multi

Brand: Mr. Heater

This Blue Flame 20,000 BTU Natural Gas Vent-Free heater is the perfect supplemental heating solution even on the coldest days. This heater is conveniently equipped with a thermostat for superior control of the temperature in your space. Also, with a battery powered electronic ignition, starting it is a breeze – battery included. This unit can be permanently mounted to the wall or securely fastened to the floor with included mounting brackets and fasteners. A clean burning blue flame tube burner uses the natural convection of the burn to circulate warm comfortable air. With a factory standard Oxygen Depletion Sensor (ODS), rest assured this heater will provide you with years of comfortable and safe heat. Note: Check local code for permitted uses. Not for use in bathrooms, bedrooms, or recreational vehicles. 4,500ft high altitude restriction. Propane cylinder must remain outdoors.Convenient top-mounted comfort control adjustable thermostat

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Advantages

  • Products can be returned
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  • 20,000 BTU Natural Gas heater. Heats up to 700 square feet
  • Blue flame burner for even convection heat. Thermostat for automatic temperature control
  • Automatic low oxygen shut-off system (ODS). CSA Certified. Use – Supplemental heat in cold rooms, Additions, Sun rooms, Cabins
  • Operating this heater at altitudes over 4,500 FT above sea level could cause pilot/ODS to shutdown the heater.

Notice

  • Is an online purchase
  • Delivery may be delayed in some areas.

review Mr. Heater Vent-Free 20,000 BTU Blue Flame Natural Gas Heater, One Size, Multi

review Mr. Heater Vent-Free 20,000 BTU Blue Flame Natural Gas Heater, One Size, Multi

Buyer Guide Natural Gas Space Heaters

 Natural gas space heaters are an amazing way to get warmth in your home. I know because I use them in my home and can recommend them to anyone.
  • Features. When choosing any appliance, you should make sure it’s the right size for your home, or that you’ll get enough heat from it. Of course, that depends on how much space you have.
  • Power. The gas heaters have power ratings that range from 1,000 to 8,000 BTUs. The higher the BTU, the more powerful the heater. In general, the higher the BTU, the more expensive the heater.
  • Heat Efficiency. An efficiency rating of 80 percent or lower isn’t great. These heaters usually cost less than 80 percent efficient.
  • Convection. Convection heaters circulate heated air throughout your home.
  • Efficiency. Generally, the higher the efficiency, the better the heater.
  • Heat Output. The heat output rating measures how many BTUs the heater puts out.
  • Fuel Type (Natural Gas or Propane). Natural gas heaters are less expensive to run than propane heaters.
  • Size. Choose the heater that’s big enough for your home and fits your space.

    How to choose Natural Gas Space Heaters

    To choose natural gas space heaters, homebuyers will need to consider a few different things. First, they need to know the heating capacity that they need. Second, they will need to consider how much space the heater will cover. Finally, they need to think about how much energy the heater will use, and where the heater will be located.

Heating Capacity: To find the heating capacity they need, homebuyers will have to figure out how much space the heater will cover. The rule of thumb for this is to choose the heater that will cover 12-15% of their home’s total area.

The amount of space that the space heater will cover is mostly determined by the size of the home. For example, if a home has 1,000 square feet, a 10,000 BTU unit would cover 100-150 square feet.

How to use Natural Gas Space Heaters

 Natural gas heaters are great for homes that experience warm winters and colder summers – such as in northern and coastal states.

Natural gas heaters are more economical than electricity, as they use less fuel than electric heaters. For homeowners that are planning to install natural gas heaters in their home, it’s important to know how to properly use them.

Here are just a few tips on how to use natural gas heaters: