Stephen Childs

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  1. That little heater is ok. For 44 degrees in a small space. In Georgia we get in the 30's and my medium sized shop (around 1200sq feet) that little thing would be inefficient at best. I know they have larger units but after a certain point, electric heat is not practical vs natural gas or propane. Which I imagine is almost non existent in Cali.

  2. I have a natural gas available for heating my garage it's currently capped off , plus I have 3 vents that are connected to our house HVAC but closed but do keep my garage around 50f , I'm having a 100 amp sub-panel installed soon by licensed electrician , with 2 220v plugs for welder and dust collector. Great video.. Gary

  3. Great. But you didn’t ground ANY of the boxes which is VERY DANGEROUS! The electrical panel ground is most likely not contacting that locknut and if that conduit became live, you would be in trouble

  4. What good timing , I have been contemplating putting a heater in my garage here in Indiana , I'll check them out , Thanks for doing the video

  5. Your fix-it show Rocks…Big help, this is something I need for the corner. Thank you and New Air for making this video possible.

  6. Check out the CLEARANCE tab to far right of home page for NeAir (?). They have this same unit for $119!

  7. Is the conduit required, or can you just run it up through the wall & attic?

  8. considering putting one of these in my garage just to take chill off….i am in new england and have propane torpedo heater but this can be a good backup ..

  9. That was awesome!! Very informative sir.
    Can I run a orange romex through the conduit? Or does need to be three separate wires when using a conduit? Thanks again.

    Sorry stupid question. Why did you have to install junction box on the wall near the breaker? Why not run wires straight to the junction box on the ceiling?

  10. I HAVE THE SAME HEATER AND IS BEING SENT BACK CAUSE OF THE OVER HEAT LIGHT IS ALLWAYS ON ,COMMON PROBLEM ON THOSE THAT IS NOT AN ON/OFF LIGHT , I SEE YOURS IS ON JUST MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A FIRE EXTINGUISHER ON HAND .TO MANY PEOPLE ARE INSTALLING THESE AND DON'T REALIZE THIS PROBLEM .

  11. This was VERY helpful, thank you! I installed a Comfort Zone 240V 7500W unit in my garage and followed this – and the unit directions – and the setup was flawless.

  12. I have an existing Nema 14-50 outlet in my garage, can I just plug in a garage heater to that?

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