An electric heater that uses forced air to heat an average-sized garage.
– Uses forced air to heat the air instead of the objects in a space
– Has an eco mode to use less electricity
– Is easy to control with its remote and touchscreen display
– Only works indoors
– Some customers received defective units that stopped working after a few uses
A propane heater that can heat a smaller garage or be taken on outdoor adventures.
– Has a durable metal construction
– Can be taken on trips because of its small size, propane tank, and handle
– Available in two colors
– One tank only lasts three hours at maximum heat
– Some customers struggled to keep the pilot light on
An electric heater with a retro design for homeowners concerned about appearance and ability.
– Is quiet at 39 decibels, which is less sound than a normal conversation
– Has wheels for easy transportation
– Automatically shuts off after being on for 12 hours
– Doesn’t specify how many square feet it can heat
– Some customers complained about the company’s poor customer service
An electric heater that’s controlled by a built-in display or smartphone app.
– Lightweight at only nine pounds
– Doesn’t get warm when it’s on, so it’s safe to touch
– Can be installed over an outlet
– Uses radiant heat, so it only heats objects, not the air itself
– Some customers kept getting an error message on the screen
A natural gas heater that mounts from the ceiling to heat a large garage.
– Can heat 1,250 square feet, the largest area out of the products in this review
– Comes with the brackets to mount it from the ceiling
– Can be installed in low-ceiling buildings because of its small size
– Installation may be too complicated for the average homeowner
– Some customers said their heater was loud