Founded in 2007, Heat Outdoors is an award winning manufacturer of Patio Heaters, with some of their most well known customers being Chelsea Football Club, Coca Cola, Costa Coffee, The Royal Air Force and many more in the commercial and residential sector.
Heat Outdoors offer a wide range of the newest, innovative patio heaters that benefit from the latest in technological advances, producing a mixture of gas and electric heaters, with some making use of infra-red due to its cost effectiveness and energy efficiency. The heaters are manufactured to provide a quick and effective heating source for small to large indoor or outdoor environments, suitable for domestic and commercial applications and offering a wide number of wattages/outputs to meet the requirements of all.
Patio Heaters can be used for indoor applications such as covered barbecue areas and warehousing and are an excellent way to provide instant heat inside in the right application. However, you should take some precautions, before moving your patio heaters indoors:
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Yes, you can use a patio heater in the rain so long as the patio heater has the appropriate Ingress Protection rating of IP54 or higher.
Depending on where you live however, may determine what IP rating you require for your patio heater, generally your best choice is an IP65 rated Patio Heater as this provides protection against heavy rain alongside dust ingress (especially useful if used near the seaside). Find a quick breakdown of IP ratings you can find on patio heaters below: