When we purchased our home it was kind of a rush deal. Had I really thought things out I would have opted for another bedroom for a play area. Since we don't use the garage for parking our vehicles I figured that would be a great area to make into a playroom. Unfortunately my husband didn't agree, he thought it would be way to chilly in the winter months.
An obvious solution was to purchase a portable heater but I couldn't trust placing one in a place where my kids would be playing, there were to many what ifs - What if they touched it, knocked it down, ran into it or hung something on it. Even at 17 years old I almost caught my room on fire by tossing my jeans upon my portable space heater. I could not risk it.
When I came across the NewAir G70 garage heater I knew it would be perfect for what I wanted to do. What makes this garage heater different is the fact it is installed by mounting the unit to the ceiling or wall out of the way and reach of Lil' hands.
This 4,000 watt heater can provide quick primary or supplementary heat and covers large areas up to 400 square feet! This unit also swivels to direct heat where it is needed both. With a built in thermostat you can select the perfect temperature with a range of range of 45°F to 77°F. Unlike traditional space heaters the NewAir G70 garage heater propels the hot air with a fan style heating element.
This is perfect for shop workers, factories and of course your own garage. I know a lot of friends and family who do all kinds of work and odd jobs from their garage making this also a unique and thoughtful gift idea.
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