Heaters: Types and Uses
Another type is of the Patio heaters, which warm the outside of your home/office premises effectively. These standing heaters are simply excellent for restaurant patios or even for get-togethers at home. Portable heaters are another kind that are designed to supplement a room's chief heat source, therefore they should not be used on a continuous basis. They are designed for heating factories, workshops and warehouses. Kerosene heaters are portable heating devices which can be used as a source of emergency heat at the times of power cut. They are large in size and run on kerosene or diesel and are most suitable for commercial use.
Gas Heaters are inexpensive to install and do not require a chimney or vent pipe. If you want to spend free time outdoors, but the chill and cool breezes are stopping you, you need the specially designed Outdoor Heaters. A Reflect heater is another type of heater which provides continuous warmth. Convection Heaters are a great option for industrial spaces and big halls and offer natural ventilation. These heaters are often less noisier when compared to other fan heaters. Last but not the least, the Electric space heaters are considered convenient and also save on electricity.
You may want to browse the Heater Store to help you get a better idea about the various kinds of heaters available.