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Minneapolis Garage Heater Installers

Dean’s Home Services garage heater installation makes a Minnesota winter a little bit easier. Your garage can be an extension of your home, from the entertainment center and storage area to the tools it’s used for. If you want warm in the cold winters, a heated garage is a good investment.

Make your garage more useful—and cozier during the winter in Minnesota—with a natural gas garage heater installed by Dean’s Home Service Heating professionals.

Enjoy a Warm Garage this Winter

  • Dean’s Garage Heater Installers are experienced with gas line installation, repairs, and the safe installation of a garage gas heater.
  • Dean’s HVAC professionals have numerous options based on your needs.

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Convert Your Garage into a workspace or another place to hang out!

A garage heater makes the harsh weather in Minnesota a bit more bearable. More important, a heated garage can help your vehicle start more smoothly, putting a stop to hard starts and associated cold-weather engine problems. It also does away with the need to warm up your car—and carbon monoxide emissions that can accumulate during the process.

With a heated garage, you can help your vehicle start more smoothly, putting a stop to hard starts and associated cold-weather engine problems. Not only that, as a garage heater is often an integral part of home heating, it can greatly improve your home’s comfort. If your garage shares a connecting wall with other rooms, you might find it sucks the heat out of the building. Installing a garage heater in your garage will keep the space warmer, meaning less obvious heat loss through connecting walls.

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Garage Heater Replacement in Minneapolis – St. Paul MN

Dean’s Home Services Heating professionals can help you choose the best heating system for your garage. Modine’s Hot Dawg® garage heaters are ideal for heating home garages and workshops, yet durable enough for commercial spaces. We can help you choose or just install – replace any brand of garage heating unit.  Hot Dawg® is available in 6 model sizes, ranging from 30,000 – 125,000 BTUs. All models can run on propane or natural gas, depending on your needs.

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Choosing A Garage Heater That Will Heat Your Space

Single-car garages up to 450 square feet should use a garage heater with 6,800 to 9,000 BTUs. Two-car garages between 450–700 square feet need a heater with 12,000 to 24,000 BTUs. Garages that can fit three or more cars need a heater with 24,000 to 31,000 BTUs.

Call Dean’s Home Services for Garage Heater Installation Near Me

Dean’s Heating Professionals help thousands of Twin Cities homeowners every year with their home heating systems. Dean’s Home Services has over 5,000 five-star Google reviews and an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. When you’re ready to replace a garage heater, trust our experienced, knowledgable and highly trained HVAC professionals

Minnesota Garage Heater FAQ

How much does it cost to heat a garage?

It depends on the size of your garage and how well insulated it is, but generally speaking, it will cost more to heat a garage than a typical living space. This is because garages are typically larger and have less insulation than a home. Additionally, if you are using a space heater to heat your garage, you may find that it takes longer to heat up the space and that it doesn’t maintain a consistent temperature as well.

How many BTU to heat a garage?

A rough estimate for a small (1-car) garage in a moderate climate would be around 10,000 BTUs, while a larger (2-car) garage in a colder climate could require up to 20,000 BTUs. Ultimately, the best way to determine the necessary BTUs is to consult with a heating specialist.

Does Dean’s Home Services install garage heaters?

Yes. Dean’s HVAC professionals are able to install any brand of garage heaters and sell Hawt Dawg heaters.

Can a patio heater be used in a garage

Technically, yes but we do NOT recommend it. A few things to keep in mind. First, the patio heater will need to be properly ventilated so that it doesn’t overheat and cause a fire. Second, the patio heater will need to be placed away from any flammable materials, such as gasoline or other chemicals. Finally, it’s important to have a fire extinguisher on hand in case of an emergency.

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