At Heritage Heating & Cooling Ltd, we understand the importance of a well-heated building, especially when it comes to industry. Workers are much more productive when in a comfortable temperature, which is good news for your business. As you are probably aware there are many different methods of heating a building, so it can be difficult to know which option is best for you. In this blog, we’re going to discuss when it is best to choose suspended heaters for your business.
Types of Suspended Heaters:
Suspended Gas Heaters – this type of suspended heater is fairly compact and therefore requires minimum space. They are quite easy to install and operate, but more importantly are easy to maintain as they have rear and top air and flue spigots. They provide cost-effective heating solutions so are the perfect choice for both small businesses and workshops.
Suspended Oil Heaters – like suspended gas heaters, these oil heaters do not take up a lot of space. They are the perfect option when you are limited in regards to your floor space. These heaters are ideal for use in car garages as floor-standing heaters are not permitted in the automobile repair sector.
Where to use?
These types of heater are perfect for use in the following industries and applications (but not limited to!):
Both types of heater are incredibly fuel-efficient with low emissions ensuring that they are both fairly environmentally-friendly and cost-effective. Some oil heaters are even available with a biofuel option, which is certainly the greener option. Suspended heaters are the ideal option when you suffer with limited floor space and if you need to heat a specific area. For larger warehouses, other forms of heating may be better for you.
At Heritage Heating we are experts when it comes to warm air heating; we understand what certain industries need and have a sound knowledge of all government legislation when it comes to the heating and cooling of industrial buildings.
If you would like more information in regards to our heaters then please do not hesitate to get in contact. We will be more than happy to provide you with all the advice that you need. Call now on 01509 814 123 to speak to us today.