Can a propane heater be used in a greenhouse?

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Post by Guest »

Can you help me answer?

Post by Mark »

A properly operating propane heater shouldn't produce much carbon monoxide. Allow it a little fresh air.. They give off mostly carbon dioxide and water vapor if they are burning right..

Post by Scott »

Indoor ones only vented is better.if it has a big label that says outdoor use or well ventilated space it doesn’t belong in a GH.

Post by Cindy »

Yes. I do in my 10x14. It was built pretty tight, so to get by Mr. Buddy to work properly I have to vent it… fire needs oxygen. Works great.

Post by Keith »

Almost all commercial greenhouses are heated this way.

Post by Mitch »

Yes but you must be prepared to deal with carbon monoxide, and depending where you live the cost.
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