5 Types Of Commercial Heaters Solutions To Keep You Warm This Winter

By: John Garcia | Date Posted: December 13, 2022

When winter comes around, businesses must adapt to maintain employee comfort. The cold, harsh reality of winter has a way of taking its toll on both your business and your employees. The harshness of the elements can make it difficult for workers to stay productive and motivated throughout their shifts, which can have a negative impact on your bottom line. In addition, if you’re not careful about keeping your employees warm in these conditions, you could spend a lot more money than necessary on heating bills.

5 Types Of Commercial Heaters

If you’re a business owner and you haven’t yet considered how to keep your employees comfortable this winter, it’s time to start looking at commercial heaters. Several types of commercial heaters can help keep your business warm without breaking the bank. In this blog post, we’ll explore five different types of solutions that will keep your employees comfy from head to toe:

  1. Unit Heaters

Unit Heaters

Unit heaters are a type of space heater that you can use for heating small spaces. They are portable and easy to install and operate. Unit heaters are ideal for office buildings, homes, garages, and workshops. The compact design is also easy to carry from one room to another if necessary. You need not worry about the installation process with these units, as they come with an installation guide that will guide you through the process without any hassle or confusion.

  1. Heat Pumps

Heat pumps are a great alternative to traditional heating systems. They can be used in colder climates and move heat from one place to another, but they use electricity instead of fuel. Unlike other types of heating systems, they can be used in both residential and commercial settings. When you’re looking for a heat pump for your home, you should look at how much space it will cover in order to determine how big of a unit you need. A larger unit will provide more energy than a smaller one while still providing the same comfort level as its smaller counterpart would offer

  1. Oil Heaters

Oil Heaters

Oil heaters are the best solution for small spaces, such as offices and retail stores. They’re not as efficient as other heating systems, so they cost more to run and take up more space than some other models. Oil heaters also have a few safety concerns that you need to be aware of before installing one in your business. The main disadvantage of oil heaters is that they’re not very safe if there’s an accident with flammable liquids like kerosene or propane nearby. Propane tanks can also be dangerous in general because of their potential to explode when exposed to fire or extreme heat (like what you’d get from an oil heater). In addition, these types of fuel sources are expensive compared with electric heating units—soiget2c

  1. Gas Heaters

Gas Heaters

Gas heaters are the most common type of commercial heater. They’re more efficient and environmentally friendly than oil heaters, safer than oil heaters, and more reliable than electric space heaters. There are two types of gas heating systems: direct vent and continuous vent. A direct vent system uses a fan to pull out hot air from inside your building before circulating in fresh air from outside. It doesn’t require any ductwork or vents—just an intake pipe near your ceiling that connects to an exhaust pipe on the roof to connect it with your chimney stack.

Continuous-vent systems don’t have fans because they have a sealed combustion chamber with internal combustion engines that produce warm air that is distributed throughout the building through ductwork installed by a professional HVAC contractor.*

  1. Natural Energy

Natural Energy

The fifth and final solution is to use natural energy. This includes solar heating, wind power, and geothermal energy. Solar heating can be done through traditional solar panels or by installing tinted windows to allow in more sunlight than normal (and thus heat). Wind power is created when air passes through a device that generates electricity or heat depending on the design of the turbine used in this process. Geothermal energy uses hot water or steam from below the ground to heat a building, with pipes running between your home/office and underground sources of hot water or steam.

Final Thoughts

Commercial heaters are a great way to keep your business warm through the winter. There are many different types of commercial heaters with different benefits and disadvantages, so you should choose the one that works for you.

Thank you for reading!


John is the founder and chief editor of Homienjoy. With over 15 years of experience in the home improvement industry, John is passionate about helping homeowners confidently tackle their projects. Holding a civil engineering degree and working as a contractor, project manager, and consultant, John brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the Homienjoy community.

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