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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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Ice House Help?

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Hey everyone i just got done making an ice house 6x7x6 and i was going to heat it with a portable propane heater. Is there any regulations i should consider when using one. like with vents? Its made of plywood.

Thank You

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SWMuskeye

Your safest bet is with a Mr. Heater Buddy or Big Buddy Heater, I strongly recommend spending the extra money on the Big Buddy.

They are ventless, and you don't have to worry about cracking a window or leaving the door open like you would with a sunflower.

If you do use a sunflower, just make sure that the head isn't touching the wood and you'll be fine.

Another thing I like to do is have a small hole run outside of the house and run your propane hose through it. That way you can save space in a smaller house like yours by not having the tank in the way, and it's more safe.

Good luck.

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Thank You! ill keep all of this in mind

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PiKeGuY101

Big Buddy Heater all the way!!! I own 2 of them...

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