Open air get togethers will no longer be limited to the warm temperatures of summer months. With the help of outdoor patio heaters, you can enjoy a comfortable toasty outside setting all year round. Because these heat systems don't emit smoke, patio heaters are a great fit for almost any outdoor living area and are less hazardous than fire pits.
Vertical patio heaters have a more flexible placement and can be as tall as 93" in height. Some of the most common vertical designs include umbrella heaters, which are normally used in outside dining areas of restaurants. if you're looking to set the mood, patio torches add heat and ambiance to backyard atmospheres with a radiant 4 foot tall flame.
Have limited outdoor space? Horizontal patio heaters can be easily be mounted on the wall or ceiling. They work their magic by generating radiant heat rays which disperse their energy directly towards guests so that everyone stays pleasantly warm well into the cool night. Table top models are another great alternative to small areas which have modest size that can be placed on top of counter tops and simply stored away.
Appliances Connection takes pride in carrying a variety of outdoor patio heaters from the top brands including Sunglo, Napoleon, Sunpak, and many more. Feel free to contact one of our representatives to assist you with their expertise.".
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