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Nights start to get colder as summer winds down. But you might not want to give up your habit of spending some time in the garden and breathing some fresh air. A outdoor heater will allow you to hold on to your healthy lifestyle while even during the peak of winter.
Outdoor heaters, or patio heaters, basically use gas or electricity to produce heat and transfer it to the patio using radiant heating. So, there will be no wind blowing out of the heater to cause any discomfort. Patio heaters can also function as a decorative element as well. Many of them will also feature a beautiful light bulb on the top, which also helps them function as a lamp post. So, if your house has a garden and you want to make the most out of it, outdoor heaters are a must-have. This article will tell you everything you need to know about them.
Even though outdoor heaters are a great piece of item to have, simply buying one randomly won't help you get the most use out of it. If the heat output is small, a heater might not be quite useful when the outside temperature falls too low. Even worse, if the heating of an electric patio heater is inefficient, you might be seeing significant increases in your electricity bill as well. So, when you are buying a outdoor heater, make sure you are getting the best one. Here is a list of the four best heaters that you can find out there.
This is a classic looking outdoor heater with a stainless-steel casing. The outer casing of the heater doesn't even have any intricate designs or carvings. The entire exterior has matte steel finish with occasional chrome trimmings. And when it comes to the working of the heater, it is a propane gas heater. It uses a propane gas canister that you can replace when it runs out. But it also has an electric starter that runs on battery. With a height of 87 inches and weighing an impressive 33 pounds, this is relatively larger than other heaters. Therefore, it is not a surprise that it can kick off enough heat even for the cooler months.
This is a relatively small heater designed for small garden patios. Heaters use BTUs, which is an acronym for British Thermal Units, to represent their ability to heat the space. The Fire Sense outdoor heater has a BTU capacity of 10,000 units. Also, it is a tabletop heater, which makes it even more suitable for smaller gardens where you don't want to waste extra space for the heater. Because of its small size, it is very convenient to carry it around. To make it even better, it runs on a small propane cylinder. So, if you want a really portable outdoor heater, this is a perfect choice.
Unlike the previous two heaters on this list, this one is an electric heater. Being an electric heater has its own advantages. The first one is that the size is very compact. Electric heaters do not need space for holding gas canisters. And also, the electric heating mechanism itself is many times smaller than a gas heater. All these factors make these heaters small enough for you to hang inside the parasol umbrella in your garden. To spread the heat more efficiently, it has three arms that are also collapsible. Whenever you don't want to spread the heat over a larger area, you can simply collapse these arms.
Outdoor heaters do not have to look boring all the time. Lightfire heater is an extremely sleek and stylish heater that looks straight out of a science fiction movie. Not surprisingly, this heater uses an electric heating mechanism to keep the size to a minimum and to get greater flexibility in the design. There is an array of LED lights in the heater. The lights are inside a beautiful glass tube that has a display of the inner flame. But the flame is only there for aesthetic purposes. It is not all about looks, though, this incredible machine can kick out 42,000 BTUs. This is enough heat to maintain the temperature in a large garden.