Outdoor Heating

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Make your Outdoor Heating space just what you dreamed. We offer an extensive collection of Outdoor Living supplies from some of the most respected brands, including Weber, Baracuda, Willow, and more, giving you real choice in how you approach your next job.

At Mitre 10, we're proud to say that no one understands home improvement as we do. Whether you're just getting started or have a true green thumb, you can make your landscape the envy of the neighbourhood with outdoor furniture, outdoor dining, shade and more. Take a look and find your new favourite Outdoor Living at Mitre 10.

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If you've got any questions about getting the right gear for your next project, don't hesitate to get in touch – the team here at Mitre 10 is always eager to help. You can also take advantage of our convenient buy now, pay later options. For a quick and convenient pick-up, we also offer click-and-collect at each of our Mitre 10 locations. To find your nearest store, simply click here.

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What are the different types of outdoor heaters available in Australia?

There are many different types of outdoor heaters available in Australia, made from a variety of materials and powered by various sources. Some of the most popular types of outdoor heaters include:

  • Gas heaters: Gas heaters are a popular choice for outdoor heating, as they are relatively inexpensive to operate and can provide a good amount of heat. However, gas heaters can be noisy and can produce fumes, which can be a nuisance for some people.

  • Electric heaters: Electric heaters are another popular choice for outdoor heating, as they are relatively quiet and do not produce fumes. However, electric heaters can be more expensive to operate than gas heaters, and they may not provide as much heat.

  • Infrared heaters: Infrared heaters are a type of electric heater that heat objects directly, rather than the air around them. This makes them more efficient than other types of electric heaters, and they can provide a comfortable level of heat without making the air too hot.

  • Fire pits: Fire pits are a popular choice for outdoor heating, as they provide a warm and inviting atmosphere. However, fire pits can be dangerous if not used properly, and they can produce smoke and fumes, which can be a nuisance for some people.

  • Chimineas: Chimineas are similar to fire pits, but they have a chimney that helps to direct the smoke and fumes away from people. This makes them a safer option than fire pits, and they can provide a more pleasant atmosphere.

What should I consider when choosing an outdoor heater?

When choosing an outdoor heater, there are a few things you should consider, including:

  • The size of the area you need to heat: If you have a large outdoor area, you will need a heater that can provide enough heat to warm the entire area. If you have a small outdoor area, you can get away with a smaller heater.

  • The climate you live in: If you live in a cold climate, you will need a heater that can provide a lot of heat. If you live in a warm climate, you can get away with a heater that provides less heat.

  • Your budget: Outdoor heaters can range in price from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. It is important to set a budget before you start shopping.

  • Your personal preferences: Some people prefer gas heaters because they are more powerful. Others prefer electric heaters because they are quieter and easier to use.

How do I maintain my outdoor heater?

It is important to maintain your outdoor heater to ensure that it lasts for many years. Here are a few tips for maintaining your outdoor heater:

  • Clean your outdoor heater regularly: This will help to remove dirt, dust, and debris. 

    Store your outdoor heater in a cool, dry place when it is not in use: This will help to protect it from the elements.

  • Have your outdoor heater serviced by a qualified technician annually: This will help to ensure that it is in good working condition and that it is safe to use.

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