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My shop never gets colder than about 45 degree since it's semi underground...however I'm getting tired of heating it with a salamander when it's really cold out. Posts pics of your new heater. I'm installing a new propane furnace in the house now...thinking of going to something different in the shop.
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My shop never gets colder than about 45 degree since it's semi underground...however I'm getting tired of heating it with a salamander when it's really cold out. Posts pics of your new heater. I'm installing a new propane furnace in the house now...thinking of going to something different in the shop.
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FR,
The condensation is coming from the propane exhaust. A major by product of burning propane is water. That's why the new 95% efficient propane furnaces have a complete condensate drain system.
If you use another form of heat it won't be so bad.
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Propane is only a problem if it's vented inside.

I learned all this the first time I heated my race trailer with propane and all the interior walls were dripping condensation.
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