We plan to camp year round. My daughters sleep and play in the toy hauler area. We have no heat in the toy hauler area.
What is the safest, most economical way to provide a comfortable heat in their space?
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Having thought about this myself..... Maybe "T" into one of the current furnace vents and run another vent in the garage area? Or maybe cutting a hole in the separating wall and installing a vent to allow air to pass through? Not sure but I would say that if the garage was going to be a bedroom then maybe insulating the bottom would help with hot/cold days.
I just tested my heater in my TH. There is a vent hole near my washer/dryer setup that blows heat into my TH section. The spec sheet didn't speak of it, so I guess it was added on. I will still purchase a ceramic heater to back it up.