PROPANE FOR SPACE HEATERS
Propane space heaters can efficiently and effectively heat a living or outdoor space, keeping you and your family warm no matter where you are with a clean, reliable energy source. Propane space heaters come in a range of sizes and heat outputs, allowing you to heat your home, garage, patio, or even a campsite quickly and safely.
Indoor Space Heaters
Propane heaters intended for indoor use are often compact yet effective, designed to heat a living space without occupying much of the space itself. They require proper ventilation and must include multiple safety features to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning, fire and other hazards.
Outdoor Patio Heaters
Propane heaters intended for outdoor use must be powerful enough to compensate for rapidly dropping temperatures and a lack of enclosed space. A large propane heater should offer the heat supply you need while remaining relatively portable for easy transport to outdoor areas beyond your patio.
Propane Tank Sizes for Different Space Heaters
At My Propane Butler, we offer a range of propane tanks from 20-100 lbs to meet your heating and small appliance needs. To fuel your indoor or outdoor space heater, select a 20 lb tank. This tank is enough to provide roughly 9-15 hours of heat for your home or patio.
Propane Space Heater Installation & Setup
We recommend leaving your propane space and patio heater installation to trained professionals who are prepared to work safely with propane and flammable objects. Contact one of the certified installers at My Propane Butler for a thorough and efficient installation.
Heat your Triangle-area home and patio consistently and without delay by using My Propane Butler’s delivery service! We’re prepared to deliver propane tanks to your home so you can spend less time shopping and more time enjoying your heated patio or living space. Our delivery area covers most of the North Carolina Triangle and surrounding areas, including:
Propane Space Heaters FAQs
Propane space heaters are designed to efficiently heat your living or patio space. Learn more about how to safely use propane space heaters inside and outside of your home.
Can Propane Space Heaters Be Used Indoors?
When the proper precautions are taken, propane space heaters are safe for indoor use. To protect yourself and your home from potential risks, adhere to the following recommendations:
- Thoroughly review the manufacturer’s instructions before using your space heater indoors.
- Select the correctly sized propane heater for your living space and install it on a non-combustible surface away from flammable materials like furniture, curtains or carpeting. Do not place items atop your propane heater.
- Make sure your propane heater comes with the Underwriter’s Laboratory (UL) label and has safety features like automatic shut-off and overheat protection.
Do You Need Ventilation When Using A Propane Heater?
Propane space heaters require oxygen to effectively heat your living space. Use your propane heater in a well-ventilated living or patio space to safely warm yourself and your home.
Do Propane Space Heaters Give Off Carbon Monoxide?
Propane heaters typically release a small amount of carbon monoxide that isn’t dangerous as long as the living space also receives oxygen. Moreover, modern space heaters are designed to minimize user risk as much as possible. However, when used without proper ventilation, propane space heaters can pose a carbon monoxide risk. Use your propane space heater in living spaces with plenty of air flow.
Can You Leave A Propane Heater On All Night?
While propane can provide lasting, effective heat for several hours, it can be dangerous to leave a propane heater on all night or while you sleep. Ensure your propane heater has been turned off before you turn in for the night to prevent any potential accidents.
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