ProCom - MD300TBA (Rating: 5)

It is 10 below zero here in Minneapolis. With this little procom ventless heater, it is 72 degrees in my garage.

I am extremely pleased with the purchase. It mounts to the wall with 2 screws and takes a natural gas line that our hvac technician was able to run up from the basement and hook up in 35 minutes. Since there is no external vent, I did not have to run a stack out through the roof.

The results speak for themselves. The unit was $135. The labor and parts for the gas line hookup were $100.

I have no idea why I did not install one of these years ago.