Footings/stem walls one pour, floor second pour, apron third pour.Can you please provide details on your foundations and concrete wall? Size, depth into the ground etc.?
Was the concrete pour a single pour or two pours?
Thanks in advance
Any ventless gas/propane heater is going to introduce a significant amount of humidity into the space. Water vapor is the bi-product of combustion. What concerns me is the smell and burning of your eyes. Get the heater checked!This was my heat for a couple of winters before I had electricity.
Worked nice because I would park tractor directly under it & it would thaw out quickly.
BUT.....created ALOT of humidity, so frosty windows were an issue.
Also, the smell didn't bother me until I was working off of a ladder placed on top of a scaffold putting up ceiling panels.
Got bad & burned eyes/sinuses.
It was only when working up at the elevation of the heater.What concerns me is the smell and burning of your eyes. Get the heater checked!