Published at Sunday, September 23rd 2018. by Francine Oneal in Garage Modern.
The Structure of the framed garage should start with waterproof bottom plates secured by anchor bolts in the concrete slab. The walls should be built with 2 by 4 studs 16 inches apart to guarantee a structurally strong wall and 8 feet high. Rafters should be 2 by 6 studs 16 inches apart to support snow and other elements. Make sure the rafters are securely embedded into the top plates of the walls with the bird mouth cut method. Once the sheathing is installed on the walls and roof vinyl siding is the most recommended siding as it is the most maintenance free and economical in the market.
Another option in terms of a garage heater is to extend your heating duct work into the garage itself thus connecting it to the internal temperature of your home. For those who use their garage as another room in their home this is the most cost-effective and efficient option. A modern and efficient garage heater can add instant space to your home allowing you to use your garage as you would any other room in your house. With proper temperature control you can enjoy your garage no matter what the temperature outside your front door.
Now look at the history of these useful doors. The history of garage doors is story as well. The first garage doors were barn doors. They opened in a very rustic manner. The more stately homes had carriage houses. These were like barns. They were completely separate from the home. They offered a place for horses and their carriages to reside. The separate carriage house was for the rich of the time. Their use was practical with a touch of high style. They were all practicality and not a fashion thing
Finding a garage heater that works for your needs depends largely on the size of your work area and frequency of use. If you have a smaller garage space or you use the garage as a work space only infrequently then a small electric space heater may be enough to suit your needs. The smaller electric units used as a garage heater are compact efficient and use a minimum of electricity to achieve a maximum of comfort.
For a garage that is used as an extension to ones home - as a separate and utilized room - a more permanent garage heater that is controlled by a thermostat is the most effective option. A thermostat will allow you to maintain a consistent temperature so that the garage is ready to be used at any time - regardless of the weather.
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