Hey All, I'm pretty sure there's a thread for this already but I didn't see one. We recently built a 14 X 24 ft. cabin with a high ceiling here in Maine. It's rather remote with no electricity (except when we run our generator). We have a wood stove and are now looking for a safe back up heat source for when we're going to be away for a day or so and/or to supplement at night. I've looked into some of the 30,000 btu wall/floor radiant heaters out there (e.g. Dyna glo, Mr. Heater) but in speaking with the manufactorers, they say it has to be installed through piping and connected to a 100 lb. tank. We're looking for something that can be safely run off a 40 lb. LP tank (we can't lug a 100 lb. tank in) and that can be run with a hose, with the tank outside. Anyone have any ideas? Mr. Heater recommended their smaller units, but the 1,800 unit isn't big enough (we already have one there) AND the manufacturer says it should only be run when someone is present and not used at night, when people are sleeping. That's pretty limiting for our needs. Anyone out there have some practical experience/advice? Thanks, in advance, for any thoughts, ideas, suggestions!!