Garage & Utility Heaters

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Cadet
The Hot One Garage & Shop Heater - 4000W 240 V
$246.99
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HeatStorm
Roll Cage for 1300w Outdoor Heaters
$59.00
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HeatStorm
Tradesman 15 Infrared Outdoor Heater - 1500w
$129.00
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HeatStorm
Craftsman Infrared Outdoor Heater - 1500w
$169.99
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HeatStorm
Tri-pod Stand for Outdoor Heaters
$59.00
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HeatStorm
Roll Cage for 1500w Outdoor Heaters
$49.00
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Ebac
3000 Watt Industrial Heater
$389.00
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Soleus
17,100 BTU Electric Garage Heater
$170.05
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Ebac
2500 Watt Industrial Heater
$429.00
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Ebac
1500 Watt Industrial Heater
$339.00
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Garage Heaters: Portable, Powerful & Perfect For Your Workstation

Garages are unique rooms that have their own insulation and heating issues. Unlike most spaces, they have an extremely difficult time retaining heat, and many times, central heating systems simply cannot do the job. If you own a garage or workshop, then you are probably familiar with how dramatic temperatures can drop during the cold winter months. If you are tired of dealing with astronomical heating bills, a high-quality garage and utility heater may be the solution to all of your problems.

Supplemental Heat for Your Garage or Outdoor Work Area

If you find yourself putting on layers to work in the garage, then it’s time to look into our selection of garage heaters. As implied by the name, these durable heaters are used to produce warm, comfortable air in environments such as garages during cold weather. Equipped with many of the same features you would expect in a modern appliance, these heaters do a phenomenal job of evenly heating large industrial spaces. Some even have integrated thermostats, so you can have complete control over the temperature at all times. Although garage and utility heaters are perfect for spot heating, they will not be effective in areas that require ambient heaters.

Types of Utility Heaters

When it comes to garage and utility heaters, there are a wide variety of types and models to choose from. Electric units are the most common; they contain a resistor that produces BTUs of supplemental heat once the elements are warmed. These heating elements boast a coil-like shape and are usually constructed from nickel or chromium. The more electrical resistance your switchboard or socket produces, the higher the temperature output will be.

Infrared heaters tend to be more environmentally-friendly since they do not use carbon to produce heat. There is also no need to worry about environmental hazards, including leaks, breaks in fuel lines, naked flames or harmful fumes.

The Benefits of Garage & Utility Heaters

Garage and utility heaters are always an economical choice if you don’t want to spend a lot of money. Their installation and maintenance costs are exceptionally low—especially when compared to central heating systems. There is no technical installation required, and in order to choose your preferred settings, you simply need to turn a dial or press a button. They can even be used for indoor living spaces to help reduce residential heating bills.

The overwhelming majority of utility heaters are portable, so you can very easily move your unit from place to place. Your heater can be used anywhere you have access to an electric switchboard or power socket. Because of their convenient design and long-lasting construction, garage and utility heaters ideal for camping trips and other outdoor applications.

Unlike products of the past, today’s innovative heaters are extremely safe to use. They typically offer safety features such as tip-over protection, weighted bases for enhanced stability, automatic shut-off controls, and high-temperature heat limits.

Find the Right Heater for Your Garage

In short, a garage heater can provide your work area with the heat you need. Here at Allergy&Air, we offer various types of heaters to choose from, and we can find the right one for you. Purchase your next heater with confidence and shop our growing collection of garage and utility heaters.

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