I am losing my exercise room soon and have to make accommodations in my attached garage. Problem is I need heat in there. My hvac system ducts run through the garage and into the house. I thought about cutting into one and putting up a register but I know that could probably screw up the system as far as return flow and all that stuff. Is there an economical way to heat a garage without it turning into a project?? I only need it to be around 60*f when I'm out there. thanks
If your system is gas fired, I would like to suggest a little heater that we sell for this purpose. It is called a Silent Servant built by Rinnai. The model number of the one that I have enclosed will take the place of a 50,000 btu floor furnace. Heater model# RCE606TRAN for natural gas and RCE606TRAL for LP gas. these little heaters are 99% efficient and have a variable speed blower on them. I believe you will be quite impressed.