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Outdoor Electric Heaters

While indoor and industrial heating systems are commonplace and widely used, something that may not be considered as much but is just as useful are outdoor electric heaters. These types of heaters are strictly for outdoor use and allow you to create a heat source in your backyard, on your patio, or even an outhouse.

They are efficient, easy to use, portable and will withstand the elements of nature. 


What are the Most Common Uses for Outdoor Heaters?

Outdoor electric heaters come in many shapes and sizes, and they serve a plethora of purposes. Some of these types of heaters and their applications are listed below:

 

Standing Patio Heaters - This kind of electric heater is perfect for use on stone patios or backyard decks. The heating element is secured in a long stand that has a wider base at the bottom for stability.

The heater can be moved around depending on where you need the heat and provides an excellent heat source for when the sun drops in the evening, but you still want to enjoy the outdoor atmosphere.

 

Wall-mounted Patio Heaters - Similar to standing patio heaters, these will usually be rectangular in shape and fixed to an outside wall, or solid structure, to provide a captive heat source to a particular area.

The wall mountings may require drilling into the external wall, and for extra safety, you can feed the cables through the wall to connect to an internal power source.

 

Outer Building Heaters - These small electric heaters are used to heat outdoor buildings like sheds, greenhouses, or workshops. The design will be robust and sturdy to withstand the outdoor environment just like a large industrial electric heater.

These outdoor electric heaters are perfect for providing a heat source when doing outdoor work.

 

Gazebo Heaters - This kind of heater can be fixed to a gazebo of any heat compatible material and will provide a heat source that radiates from the area beneath the gazebo.

Perfect for use at parties that may last into the night, or even at outside areas in bars and restaurants to give those who wish to dine outside a pleasant source of warmth.


Are Outdoor Heaters Important?

Unless you are extremely wealthy, you will more than likely not be able to afford expensive outdoor heating systems such as under-floor stone patio heating. Outdoor electric heaters provide an accessible and affordable heat source that anyone can easily purchase and install.

Aside from the cost, they also provide a convenient and simplistic way to heat outdoor areas.

When the evening temperature drops, or even in the winter months, whether you are relaxing on the patio or working in a garden, it proves beneficial to have a heat source that you can quickly switch on when needed.

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