Monday, 3 August 2009

Commercial Patio Heaters Are Now Available for Residential Use

If you need commercial patio heaters for your warehouse, garage or any indoor outdoor space you will want to know what options you have. In today's market you can find a number of different styles of patio heaters available for indoor and outdoor use and the best place to look in on the internet.

Electric Patio Heaters

Electric patio heaters are probably the most versatile heaters available because they can be used indoors or outdoors because they do not produce any type of emissions. In most cases they use infrared heat to directly heat objects and people, so they don't waste energy heating up air. You can find electric patio heaters that mount to walls or ceilings, portable units that can be moved around as needed, pole mounted heaters and even pedestal styles. If you need to warm a garage or enclosed patio during early spring or late fall, these heaters can provide enough direct heat to make you comfortable.

Propane Patio Heaters

If you enjoy eating in the outdoors at your favorite restaurant because they have propane heaters, you can now have this same luxury at home, right in your own backyard. There are a number of different styles of propane patio heaters available for residential use through the internet. You can find pedestal style heaters, bistro table style heaters and decorative gas light heaters. These types of heaters can only be used in outdoor settings, but they are very effective at warming outdoor areas. Some commercial grade units can heat areas up to an eighteen foot diameter.

Natural Gas Heaters

Another option in outdoor heating is natural gas heaters. These heaters can be connected right to existing gas lines and therefore they never run out of fuel. Most natural gas heaters are permanently mounted so you will want to make sure and map out the area you are trying to heat in order to get the maximum usage from your natural gas heaters. If you really do not want to permanently mount your heaters, there are more portable models available so you can move them around a bit more, but remember they will be connected to gas lines so you will only be able to reposition them so much.