Most Utah families rarely use their garage space just for storage or for parking their vehicles. These days, garages double as laundry rooms, workshops, play areas, and some homeowners even do garage conversions to turn these spaces into extended living areas. But while the garage has become an extension of the living space for some homes, cold temperatures and a drafty structure combine to make it uninhabitable, causing a loss of square footage during the cold winter season.
This issue can be easily fixed by adding a unit heater. Unit heaters can be purchased for a reasonable up-front cost, are able to heat large volume areas without requiring extensive duct systems, and can provide you with years of reliable service.
Another option would be a ductless split. These units can actually heat AND cool your garage. They are extremely efficient and there is no need for a gas line or a flue. Our expert technicians can give you all the options for your garage heating and cooling needs.
At Humphrey Plumbing Heating and Air, we understand that homeowners are looking for quiet, energy efficient heating systems to keep their space comfortable year round. Modine’s Hot Dawg heater keeps the chill out of your residential garage. It is widely recognized as the industry’s most popular residential-certified gas-fired unit heater, with six sizes available from 30,000 – 125,000 BTUs (British Thermal Units).
The gas-fired Hot Dawg offers the following features:
• Pleasanty quiet operation
• 10 year warranty on heat exchanger
• Lightweight, easy installation
• Low profile design
• Certified for residential, commercial and industrial use
• Operates with natural gas or propane
• Optional finger-proof fan guard for operation at low mounting heights
• MADE IN THE USA