Gas & Propane Heaters

Gasoline heaters use consumable fuel, same as a propane heater or any liquid fuel heater would. These heaters are useful in situations where you do not have an electric current to draw off of. Without an electric current, one of your only options is going to be a gas or propane heater, or other liquid fueled heater. The cost of running a propane or gasoline heater is going to be different then running an electric heater. Ultimately, it depends upon how much you're running the heater and what level the heater is running on. If being utilized on a higher setting like medium or high, then the heater will run through the fuel source faster.



Here are some bullet points of what to keep in mind, in terms of calculating how fast you will consume your fuel source:

 

 


Gas & Propane Heaters

Mr. Heater Natural Gas Blue Flame Heater

Mr. Heater Natural Gas Blue Flame Heater

Mr. Heater 35,000 BTU Propane Forced-Air Heater

Mr. Heater 35,000 BTU Propane Forced-Air Heater

Mr. Heater 80,000 BTU Propane Convection Heater

Mr. Heater 80,000 BTU Propane Convection Heater

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