Winter time is just around the corner if you can even believe that. Just because the cold is here doesn’t mean you have to stay inside for the rest of the year. It’s important to consider patio heaters to make sure that you’re comfortable year-round, especially in the winter time. Thank you for stopping by and thank you for reading. In this edition of the blog we will be previewing several different heaters and how they can help your outdoor area and keep everyone cozy while they enjoy the outdoors and the great patio area or garden that you have. The first heater that we look at is a wall mounted black and infrared heater. It operates at 90 percent heat efficiency and runs on household current, this is a revolutionary heater for your patio or deck. It features a protective aluminum shield, and stainless-steel construction. Its bulb has 1500 watts of power and features up to 5000 hours of bulb life. All of this for a reasonable price of $210. Another great perk is that it creates a 9’ cone of heat that wind doesn’t affect. It’s a great buy for sitting around the heater and telling stories or having dinner outside.
The 2nd item on our list is the Gunnison Aluminum hanging halogen patio heater. It comes in at $130 and runs on regular household current like the previous mounted heater. It’s a great value and is an ideal patio heater and will work for many garages or breezeways as well. This saves a great deal of money over propane or other heaters and doesn’t create any harmful chemicals or residue. This heater too has 1500 watts and has a 7’ electrical cord, an on and off switch and heat starts piping out of the heater within seconds of plugging in. This is a great deal and there is even another one like it that is made of brushed copper for a charming effect for only $10 more. If you want something a little different and perhaps classier, this is the overhead heater for you.
Thank you so much for stopping by the blog. We really hope that you came and you were able to find what you were looking for and will the spread the word. If you have one of these heaters or have a really cool outdoor area that you would like to share with us, send in some pictures and an email explaining them and we might be able to use them in a future edition of the blog. Thank you and come back soon.