These products were the most requested products during the past storm events.
Portable Buddy Heater
Indoor safe portable propane heater. For up to 250 sq.ft. Radiant quiet, odor-free heater provides safe heat for chilly garages, tents, patios, porches, cabins, etc. Automatic low-oxygen shutoff system. Free standing or wall mount. 4000 and 9000 BTU settings. Fuel cylinders not included.
120V Plugin CO Detector
Plugs into standard 120V AC outlet; 2 “AA” battery (included) operated alarm backup provides consistent protection for added safety during power outages. Mute button mutes unnecessary alarms and tests alarm function with same button. EZ battery change without dismounting alarm.
12′ 1X20ML Hose Assembly
(Swivel 1″-20 Male throwaway cylinder thread x P.O.L. with handwheel). Mr. Heater\’s most popular hose; permits the use of larger propane cylinders on appliances; designed for use with small disposable cylinders; convenient hand tightened swivel both ends. Used with Mr. Heaters portable Buddy.
Woodstock Hardware customers interested in protecting their family and home during the past storm events also purchased these popular products and supplies.
Lightweight, portable Heat Mate radiant heater. 10,000 BTU/hour output. Heats up to 400 sq. ft. Automatic shutoff & safety grills to protect against burns. Push-button starting,quality construction. 3.8 liter cartridge fuel tank lifts out for easy filling, burns 10 to 12 hours per filling. UL listed.
35000 BTU Cordless Heater
This propane heater has a built-in rechargeable battery; up to 8 hrs/charge. Recharges in 5 hrs and can be operated while charging. Runs up to 12 hrs on 20 lb. tank. Heats up to 800 sq. ft. 50% quieter than a standard heater. 10´ hose with regulator. Piezo ignition. 35,000 BTU/hour.
2pk 16.4 oz propane
Two 16.4 oz Disposable bottles of Propane. Pressurized container; no pumping needed. Easy lighting in all weather. Use only with appliances designated for propane gas. Never store in living spaces. Never put in luggage. NOT refillable.
When it comes to emergency heating safety comes first. Purchase and install a carbon monoxide alarm for your home.