Wall Mount Outdoor Heaters

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For optimal installation of wall-mounted outdoor heaters, it is essential to have a wall surface that is both robust and resistant to fire. Typically, materials like brick, concrete, or metal are well-suited for this purpose. However, it is crucial to avoid installing heaters on surfaces that can easily catch fire, such as wood or vinyl siding.




Wall-mounted outdoor heaters typically offer higher energy efficiency in comparison to conventional outdoor heating methods like fire pits or portable propane heaters. However, it's important to note that the energy efficiency of these heaters can vary depending on factors such as their design and operating settings.




Manufacturer's Warranty

Our wall-mounted heaters are perfectly suited for both outdoor residential and commercial use. It's crucial to select a model that comes with the appropriate warranty to ensure complete peace of mind. Businesses like bars, restaurants, and others aiming to keep their guests warm throughout the year should opt for brands that offer commercial warranties, ensuring comprehensive coverage for their heaters. These appliances are known for their low-maintenance nature and exceptional durability, allowing them to withstand continuous use in any setting. However, it's wise to be prepared for unforeseen situations that may arise.

Heating Coverage Area

When conducting your research, there's no doubt that considering the heating area is of utmost importance. To begin, measure the length, width, and total area of your outdoor space that requires heating. The size of your space will heavily influence the type and quantity of units you should choose. It's worth noting that portable heaters or free-standing conventional models emit heat in a circular radius, necessitating central positioning within the space. Conversely, wall or ceiling mounts offer directional heat and should be installed to cover the entire desired heating area. By taking into account both the type of heat transfer and the total heating area, you can make an informed decision.

Accessories for Outdoor Heaters

Accessories for outdoor wall heaters may not be the first thing that comes to mind, but they certainly exist! Control devices are among the most prominent accessories, and they can be quite sophisticated. It's important to note that permanently mounted heaters typically require hardwiring. When installing a single unit, you have a simple choice of an on/off switch, dimmer switch, or remote control. However, if you plan to set up multiple units, several brands offer various control systems to accommodate the complexity of your arrangement.

And here's something that's not complicated: outdoor heater covers! Keeping your outdoor heater covered when not in use is a wise choice. It helps preserve its appearance and extends its lifespan. Even though freestanding and portable models can be stored indoors during the warm season, we still recommend covering them to shield against moisture and dust.

Another essential accessory is mounting brackets for units positioned on ceilings and walls. Directional brackets are particularly useful as they allow you to adjust and direct the heater precisely where you need the most warmth. Drop brackets serve a similar purpose, specifically designed for ceiling heaters. As always, be sure to consult your owner's manual to ensure proper clearance from combustibles and to understand the available mounting options before installation.



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