Yesterday maybe the last day, it was 60 deg.F and sunny but the gravel road I live on turned into oat meal and most of the black top roads were wet with condensation .
Still it was a nice day and there where a lot of bikes out.
The old girl needed a bath when I got home, I wish they would chip our road
It's a bear living on a gravel road, either dusty or that oat meal you refer to, sticks to Everything! One more day of 60Deg. but rainy today. About time to move/hibernate inside. About on the cusp of finishing the "dusty" work in the garage, just have to finish-out the drywall. Does anyone use a "ventless" heater in their garage with success? My HVAC guy uses one and is going to plumb it to code, i'm still kinda leary about a well sealed garage and carbon monoxide.
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Im not a huge fan of the ventless heaters , but they do work safely.
They even make large fireplaces which are ventless for those homes without a way to get a exhaust vent to the outside.
Install a CO detector to moniter levels, but be forewarned that the detectors are cumulative so small amounts from motors will eventually make them go off
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From what I've read they are safe and most garages aren't that air tight anyway,
I like my wood burning stove, it's a small Vermont castings that is about 75 percent efficient and it doesn't have a catalytic converter so I don't have to worry about a start up smell .