they also burn up the oxygen in the room. make sure it has a supply of fresh air and you should be ok.
Well, yeah, that's one of the problems. There is no air supply, and if I left the door open it would never get warm. But then again, I only need to run it for about 10-15 minutes...not trying to make it 75 degrees in there, just trying to take the edge off.
The safest would be a direct vent heater I think it's called, where the flame is not exposed to the indoors. It's safer not only for CO but for explosions, but they're more expensive.
Yeah, that would be nice...but not really worth the cost for me. It's not really THAT cold out there...I just like to work in a t shirt.
Does anyone know what the best height is to mount a CO detector? Is CO lighter or heavier than air? I have it mounted at about nose height...does that seem like a good idea?