Having tackled the steel door insulation in recent days it's time to
think about the options for heating in the garage over the coming
months. The intention is to try and keep the environment in a
satisfactory condition to keep my tools and hardware happy, not try to
maintain an optimum living temperature (except when I'm working in
there that is).
I've ruled out paraffin heaters thanks to the comments made on this
forum previously (they apparently produce lots of condensation, not
good for tools).
What's the deal with wood burning stoves? Are these okay
environmentally? I know coal fires are out, not sure about wood.
Electric fan sounds expensive. Haven't got a boiler in the garage so I
can't put a radiator in very easily. No gas supply available either,
so a gas fire is out. Bottled gas, maybe.
What other options are there?