Originally Posted by UberSparky
The big white ones with the metal cage around em will heat up a 1600 sq ft house without need of secondary heat. The draw back is you gotta keep em away from walls. So, the can be "in the way". The smaller ones heat around 1000 sq ft. But you can put em right up against the wall with no worries. Most of the smaller models have a removable tank that can be filled outside. Saves on spilling messes. A carbon monoxide detector should be used anytime an open flame heater is used. Period. I live in a large farm house been using kerosene 10 years. I have both types.
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