Discover the Benefits of a Garage Heater We all know the awful feeling of leaving warm home only to get into a freezing car throughout cold winters. By installing a garage heater from Franklin's Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. in Oxford, you won’t have to go through this frigid event anymore. Garage heaters also help reduce cold starts and help your vehicle stay in good condition all year. They allow you to use your garage for projects you’d only be able to do when it’s warm outside. Besides all those benefits, this equipment can make garages a safe place for animals to stay in the winter, as opposed to being stuck in the cold weather outside. Sounds like a great deal to us. To learn more, check out the product details below or give Franklin's Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. in Oxford a call at 662-281-1231 to speak with a representative. We’ll help you figure out which heater will work best for your home. LF24 and T-Class™ TUA Separated Combustion Garage Heaters As everyone’s needs differ, we sell two garage heater products – the LF24 and the T-Class™ TUA – in a multitude of sizes and capacities. They range from 30,000 to 75,000 Btuh in heating capacity, yet all models are built with a low-profile cabinet to enable more overhead space and flexibility during the installation. Speaking of installation – the process is simple since the equipment arrives completely assembled and wired. If you want, a separate combustion heater is also available for hard-to-heat spaces where extreme dust, dirty or humidity is a concern. Other product features include: Aluminized, tubular heat exchanger for exceptional heat transfer and durability Direct-spark ignition to improve operation efficiency Self-diagnostic board with LED display for better troubleshooting accuracy Single-piece burner assembly for fast maintenance Sidewall venting to eliminate roof penetrations 10-Year Limited Warranty on heat exchanger 5-Year Limited Warranty on remaining covered components Ready to get your own? Call 662-281-1231 or create an appointment online to learn more about adding a garage heater to your home.