ELECTRIC HEATERS BRING COST RELIEF TO OUTDOOR HEATING
Gas prices. Two words that can strike fear in even the healthiest of wallets, and in ways we might have previously never imagined. Residential outdoor heating is one such example. While different types of gas outdoor patio heaters including the Infrared Heater and Propane Heaters for outdoor areas can bring ample heat to your backyard entertaining, there is a more cost effective way. The Electric Heater is revolutionizing outdoor patio heating by bringing the convenience of a Portable Heater together with reduced energy costs.
The convenience of electric heaters is a byproduct of their smaller size, which make them perfect for indoor or outdoor use. The ability to be used indoors makes them a viable alternative or supplement to a smaller Garage Heateras well. Available with movable mounting brackets, they can be permanently installed, eliminating the need for storage and maintenance. And because they run on regular household currents, getting your new unit up and running is literally as easy as plugging in. For the technically uninclined among us, such ease of use is a welcome feature. Electric heaters also produce a clean and odorless heat, sparing users from the types of fumes sometimes associated with gas or propane heaters.
The beauty of the electric heater is that it is a born conservationist with a built-in tendency to save resources. It creates a heat that is naturally drawn to the objects surrounding it, minimizing the amount of heat that wanders off into the surrounding air and goes unused. The result is a heater that wastes precious little time going from zero to one hundred percent capacity in mere seconds. Best of all, operating costs across the board have proven to be a fraction of those produced by propane patio heaters.
Electric units operate at a 90% energy conversion rate, and studies show they produce just 1/10 the energy costs of LPG, or natural gas, Heaters. Those numbers translate to real savings, and a warm feeling in your bank account as well as on your patio. While the type of heater one purchases is a matter of personal taste and need, cost conscious consumers now have the choice to keep the heat up and costs down. Simply put, when searching for patio heaters it pays to go electric.