If your garage is not heated but you would like a way to raise its temperature, installing a propane heater is one viable option. Propane heaters are widely available, and there are many units capable of heating a garage that's 600 square feet or less. However, before you decide to install the propane heater, there are some factors to consider.
Pro: Propane is an efficient heating fuel.
The alternative in a small garage space is often an electric heater.
Your home has plumbing throughout the house. When there is a small leak in one of the pipes, you may not notice it for a long time. You may start to find water stains on your walls, or on your ceiling if there is a leaking pipe. Water stains can also be caused from a leaking roof, so this also has to be ruled out when you find water damage. If a pipe breaks, this is going to cause a much bigger mess and be easier to identify.
If you haven't already sat down and written up a plan of action for the routine care of your HVAC system, then you should do so as soon as possible. In fact, you can use this short guide as a great place for you to start. By making sure you are staying on top of the system, you can avoid troubles. It can be easy to let some of the little things that you know that you should be doing flee your mind; this is why a written plan is so crucial.