A gas heater produces heat for an indoor space, outdoor area or water, and it runs on propane or natural gas. Gas heaters, commonly recommended for colder areas, use gas flames to produce heat and warm the air circulatin... More »

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Gas heaters are generally cheaper to use than electric due to the inefficiencies of electric heating, but they require a gas source and a vent to the outdoors, which can be inconvenient. Electric space heaters are more p... More »

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Vanguard gas heaters are powered by either natural gas or propane. Some models have the option of either gas type, but other models only run on one gas type. More »

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Rheem water heaters are devices that heat water through gas, electric or solar power. The heaters are available as standard tanks or tankless boxes, which heat water on demand. More »

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Kerosene heaters produce more heat for the amount of fuel put into them, and propane heaters are more costly to keep filled but produce less pollution when used. Propane heaters, depending on the current price of propane... More »

As with all heaters that use fossil fuels, propane heaters generate more than enough heat to cause a fire, posing a risk to homeowners. Although propane produces only carbon dioxide and water vapor when under complete co... More »

Ceramic heaters have ceramic plates with wires inside that create heat from electricity, aluminum baffles that heat up and a fan that blows the generated heat into a living space. Ceramic plate temperatures are controlle... More »

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