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ReddyHeater GP30 - have you used it?

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I am looking at this 30k BTU unit for my two car garage. Anyone familar with ReddyHeater products? Are they any good? This one wall mounts and needs no outside venting so it's an easy option. I don't mind a 4" hole in the wall if there's a better choice. I just want to keep it cheap and this is only $130 plus the tank and connectors.

On that subject, anyone know where I can buy a 100lb tank in the Twin Cities, East side preferred. I'm guessing that place will sell regulators also.

Thanks

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Pretty common heater. Big box stores have them and Northern.

I've had (3) of this type over the years, the most recent a 10,000 btu blue flame for the fish house.

Thats a great price you have for a 30,000 if it's new. I just paid $159 for mine.

Do a search for the tanks. Noticed a few floating around used for a good price.

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