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Patio Heaters

When it comes to staying warm on your patio, we offer a variety of options, including propane, electric, and natural gas patio heaters.

Propane Patio Heaters:

Propane patio heaters are a popular choice for outdoor heating, known for their portability, convenience, and powerful heat output. These heaters are fueled by propane gas, which is typically stored in a separate tank that can be easily refilled or replaced as needed. Propane patio heaters are also known for their powerful heat output. With the ability to produce up to 40,000 BTUs of heat, propane heaters can quickly warm up a large area, making them perfect for outdoor events, parties, or gatherings. Plus, many propane heaters come with adjustable heat settings, allowing you to customize the temperature to your liking. 

Electric Patio Heaters:

Electric patio heaters are a convenient and energy-efficient option for outdoor heating. These heaters are powered by electricity and typically feature a heating element that produces radiant heat to warm up the surrounding area.

One of the biggest advantages of electric patio heaters is their ease of use. Simply plug the heater into a standard electrical outlet and you're ready to go. Many electric heaters also come with adjustable heat settings, allowing you to customize the temperature to your liking.

Natural Gas Patio Heater:

Natural gas patio heaters are a powerful and reliable option for outdoor heating. These heaters are fueled by natural gas, which is often connected directly to your home's natural gas line. This means you don't have to worry about refilling or replacing a separate propane tank, making natural gas patio heaters a convenient and low-maintenance option.

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