Best Garage Heaters: Stay Warm While Working on Your Car
These top garage heaters will allow you to tackle projects all winter long
This heater's built-in, the single-pole thermostat adjusts from 45 to 135 degrees Fahrenheit. It features a built-in ceiling mount bracket for easy vertical or horizontal mounting.
This heater is ideal for garages, workshops, basements, or outside buildings. Its adjustable louvers direct heat to the desired area, and it features overheat protection.
The heater may break after 12 months of use, and it may be underpowered for some garages. Also, the fan may vibrate loudly.
This unit connects to propane and can heat spaces up to 225 square feet. It automatically turns off if it is tipped over, the pilot light goes out, or it detects low oxygen levels.
The heater is easy to use and set up, and you get roughly an evening's worth of heat off a single bottle of fuel. It's also compact and portable.
The control knob may break or the whole heater may stop working within a short period of time. It may be too small for some garages.
This heavy-duty, 240-volt commercial electric heater has five adjustable louvers to direct airflow and can be mounted on the ceiling or wall.
It keeps your garage warm even when it's bitterly cold outside and heats up space in a reasonable amount of time. It’s quiet and doesn’t require a cool-down cycle.
The thermostat may break after a short period of use. There may be little temperature difference between the high and low settings.