NewAir G80 Electric Garage Heater, 5000-watt, Black
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- Heats 500 sq. ft
- Compact, space saving design
- Fan Forced Heating
- Comes with the mounting bracket
- Must be hardwired
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The NewAir G80 5000 Watt Electric Garage Ceiling heaters is the perfect heater for when you just don't have the space for a larger, wall mounted heater. You may not even notice the heater is installed, until you feel the comfortable temperature that it provides. At 17,000 BTUs and the ability to heat 500 square feet, you won't find anything that can heat your space more effectively. With its steel construction and design, you can rest assured that this heater will be perfect for any garage or workshop setting.
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|Item Dimensions||16 x 16 x 5.13 in||12 x 12 x 15 in||14.5 x 14.5 x 13 in||9.5 x 9 x 14 in||10.5 x 11 x 14 in||7.25 x 11 x 9.25 in|
|Item Weight||18.6 lbs||12 lbs||27 lbs||15 lbs||16.6 lbs||9.7 lbs|
|Wattage||5,000 watts||5,600||6,000 watts||—||5,600 watts||—|
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The only issue is that it does not come with a built in thermostat or even states that a remote line voltage thermostat needs to be used.
In the operation's manual it states "To turn off unit, shut off circuit breaker".
This type of unit is usually installed in areas that are not manned such as utility rooms.
We mounted it to the ceiling per the instructions and wired it directly to the circuit breaker. The instructions say to used the breaker as the on/off switch to the unit, which doesn't bother us.
It doesn't have any heat setting adjustments other than ON, OFF, and FAN, so you may want to hook it to a thermostat. We only heat the detached garage when we know we'll be in there (its more of a shop than garage) so we don't need that feature.
My husband installed it pretty quick in just an evening and we are really happy with it. I would recommend this heater for a more permanent solution to a space heater. Just know you will need some electrical knowledge for the install or you should hire someone to come in and hook it up.