Electric terrace heating
Electric patio heaters are a godsend if you want your patio nice and warm quickly. Thanks to the infrared light, the heat penetrates your skin immediately, so you enjoy the pleasant warmth as soon as you turn on the heater.
Electric terrace heating
Within electric patio heaters, there is a lot of choice in lamp types. The different lamps make each heater feel slightly different in terms of heat.
The colour of lamps also varies a lot. Some lamps emit less light than others, or just a different colour. This can be fine when you want to maintain a certain atmosphere on your terrace. Maybe you want no light at all, or extra mood lighting that you can set yourself. Whatever you want, there is a patio heater for you.
Above all, take a look at each heater to read more about its range and ideal use. Of course, we also have nice gas patio heaters.
Patio heaters usually require peak voltage. This means that when they just switch on, they use more power than when they are on for longer. This peak current draw requires many electrical appliances to get going, but when the power group cannot provide that much current, a short circuit occurs.
To prevent short circuits, it is important not to connect more electrical appliances to the group than it can handle. Do you still want to connect your patio heater in a specific place? Then consider connecting a power group that can handle more voltage. An electrician can support you in this.
Since no two types of wood – and treatment of the wood – are the same, there is no single answer as to whether you can use a patio heater on a wooden veranda. The important thing is that the surface to which the patio heater is mounted is able to withstand at least 100 degrees Celsius. Whether this is so for your veranda will have to be checked with the seller of the veranda. Be on the safe side and inquire before installing the patio heater.
In addition, when installing a patio heater, you should always take into account the minimum distances from the ground, wall and ceiling. These distances can be found in the instruction booklet of your patio heater.
If the electric patio heater’s lamp is broken, it is probably possible to get the patio heater repaired. Offer the patio heater to the dealer where you bought it. The dealer will contact us to see if the lamp can be replaced.
We have no special protective covers for our electric patio heaters. Some of our electric patio heaters are waterproof. Check out the heaters with an insulation class of IP65 on the product page.