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HEATING

Warm up your home with a variety of heating methods! Shop from Bathroom Heaters, Outdoor Heaters, Portable Heaters and more! 

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TYPES OF HEATERS

 

Fan Heaters: These are ideal for small rooms or as a personal heater that can warm the air quickly. Some designs allow you to choose cooling, making them ideal for summer. Fan heaters are affordable and suitable for households that have a limited budget.

 

Radiant Bar Heaters: Unlike fan heaters, radiant bar heaters radiate heat outwards through the bars built into the heater. They are suitable to heat people and objects directly in a small space. Similar to fan heaters, the price range is affordable for those on a tight budget.

 

Convector Heaters: These are electric-powered heaters that operate by taking in cold air, circulating it through the heater, and emitting warm air out. This type of heater is as portable as fan and radiant bar heaters and comes in different shapes and sizes. However, they are generally more expensive than fan and radiant bar heaters.

 

Oil-Filled Heaters: These heaters have a column design that produces heat throughout the columns using oil within the heater. The benefit of oil-filled heaters is that they continue to produce heat over a period, even after they turn off. They are available in all shapes and sizes, operate silently, and are similar in price to radiant and convector heaters. However, they are more expensive compared to other types of heaters.

 

Gas Heaters: There are two options available for this type of heater – existing gas within the property or LPG heaters for those without natural gas. For a fixed gas heater, a flue pipe vents emissions out of the home using gas that already exists in the house. For a portable gas heater, opt for an LPG heater. Gas heaters are generally more expensive than electric heaters and will not be affected when there is a blackout.

 

Reverse Cycle Air Conditioners: Air conditioners nowadays have a heating feature, giving buyers the flexibility to cool down in summer and keep warm in winter. There are many variations of these types of air conditioners available to suit your home surroundings. They can be expensive to purchase, but the technology in these units delivers long-term electricity cost savings.

 

SELECTING THE IDEAL HEATER FOR YOUR REQUIREMENTS

 

Portable Heaters

 

A portable heater is handy to quickly warm up any small room without any hassle during the winter months. Commonly portable heaters are electric and cheaper to purchase compared to gas heaters. Make sure you buy heaters within Australia that comply with Australian electrical standards, to safeguard yourself from electrical fires. The best way to use portable heaters is to place them on the floor and never have them in the bathrooms, kitchen, or other wet areas. Always keep the heater away from clothes, curtains, and furniture as it can cause house fires.

 

 

Indoor/Outdoor Heaters

 

Make the most of your living space throughout the year, especially in the winter months, by installing indoor and outdoor heaters. A well-designed outdoor area can become an extension of your indoor space. Having the right outdoor heater in place allows you to enjoy the whole area month to month long after summer has come and gone. An outdoor heater not only adds warmth, but they also make an attractive centerpiece to your outdoor area.

Indoor heaters have many types that you can choose from, ranging from radiant bar design, oscillating ceramic fan, columns, fixed electric fireplace to portable heaters. While outdoor heaters range from infra-red strip, mounted strip, pedestal design to ceiling hang patio heaters.

 


Bathroom 3-in-1 Heaters

 

The 3 in 1 bathroom appliances consist of light, ventilation, and a heater. A unique product that delivers all the benefits needed for the users. It provides efficient lighting using high-tech technology, gives heat in winter months to keep you warm, and most importantly extracts unwanted moisture within the bathroom, leaving it mold-free. There is a wide range of designs and unit sizes to suit the area of your bathroom that meets your requirements. With the right unit in place, it will give everyone comfort after every shower during in winter months while leaving the bathroom free of moisture.

 

 

Heat Transfer Kits

 

A heat transfer kit is a system that transfers excess heat from one room to another using ducts, fans and grilles. This type of system is ideal for those who have a central heating system but find that some areas of their home are colder than others. Instead of having to install additional heaters in those rooms, a heat transfer kit can be installed to redistribute the heat evenly throughout the home.

 

The system consists of a central unit which is usually located in the roof space, and ducting that runs from this unit to each of the rooms in the house. The ducting is connected to a grille that is installed in the ceiling of each room. The system also includes fans that push the warm air from the heated room through the ducting and into the cooler rooms.


 
There are two types of heat transfer kits available - powered and passive. A powered system uses a fan to push the warm air through the ducts, while a passive system relies on natural convection to move the air.

 

When choosing a heat transfer kit, it's important to consider the size of your home and the number of rooms that require heating. You should also consider the energy efficiency of the system and the noise level of the fans.

 

Overall, a heat transfer kit can be a cost-effective way to evenly distribute heat throughout your home and avoid the need for additional heaters.

 

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