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Heating a office in an un-heated barn - electric is my only option what is the safest?
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Glenn W.
Posted 10/18/2020 08:42 (#8551323 - in reply to #8551289)
Subject: RE: Heating a office in an un-heated barn - electric is my only option what is the safest?


Southeast Washington
Baseboard or a 240 volt wall unit if you don't mind some fan noise. Something hard wired would be the safest.

I have a shop on the mountain at 5,000 feet and the middle of snowmobile country. A 12x12 bathroom with water and washer/dryer any refrigerator has a 240 volt wall unit about 2500 watt and another heated 12x24 room has a 5000 watt hanging garage heater. Built in 2008 and $75 is the highest cost month during the winter. Runs $40-$75 for the year over the last 12 years so electricity isn't going to break you. That is the only building I have on the mountain so know the electricity cost as there is no cabin. I am there usually weekly through the winter.
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