Originally Posted by CarbonSink62
I'm thinking about getting one of these for next season:
Amazon.com: Stansport Portable Outdoor Butane Heater: Sports & Outdoors
It uses the same butane cylinders my stove uses.
$35 for the heater and $15 for a CO/smoke detector and I think I'll be all set.
I would never run it at night or unattended; probably not underway either, but we'll see.
$50 isn't free, but it's a good deal for heat. I know it will heat that small space.
Butane rises, so a leak isn't as potentially catastrophic.
I did a quick google search. Butane produces nitrogen dioxide, a poisonous gas. And according to the internet, Butane is heavier than air and sinks. Natural gas is lighter than air not Butane. According to the internet