You can easily sit on your patio, in cold temperatures, in a pair of shorts. With a good outdoor heater by your side, you’re not going to freeze. Don’t worry, even if you really wanted to sit in shorts, you’re not going to freeze.
In this day and age, with the increase in technology, if you want to enjoy the great outdoors in your backyard, you can do so all year long. In the past, during the cold winter months, you’d be forced to wear multiple layers of clothing. Sounds like a funny scenario, doesn’t it?
Perhaps we can interest you in the
Fire Sense Commercial Outdoor Heater?
The ‘Fire Sense’ has the label of the “most powerful heater” currently available on the market. In this review, we’re going to tell you about the Fire Sense outdoor heater so that you can determine whether or not this “power” will fit in your patio or if you think you should skip.
Looking at the Fire Sense, we find a wide array of quite impressive features. One of which is that the heater has a single stage pilotless ignition system – this is a feature that we don’t see much of in this industry.
While there are many amazing features, the question is “are they enough to deliver their promise?” and “do they really live up to their expectations?” This review will provide you with that answer …
About the Fire Sense Commercial Patio Heater
Looking at the design of the heater, the bronze finish looks nice. When you set it up in your backyard, you’ll see just how nice it really looks. Furthermore, the heater does a great job of heating with an amazing output of 46,000 BTU’s.
As far as ceiling clearance goes, we come across some suggestions about the distance between the heater and the ceiling. Thinking about it, the ceiling clearance will depend on two things: The amount of heat the heater gives off based on the setting. And the nature of your ceiling (wood, etc). According to the instructions that come with the heater, it should have at least 26 inches above the top for combustibles and a total of 24 inches from the edge of the hood.
With this, you can use a 20-lb propane tank. The amount of time the propane tank will last all depends on the temperature setting and how often you use it. Some individuals said this would last for up to 3 hours on high settings, while others said it can last up to 5 hours on high setting.
When it comes to assembly, there are conflicting comments as some people are more equipped for putting stuff together. Some say it’s not easy to assemble this heater, while others say it’s not difficult. One individual stated that it took a total of 45 minutes to assemble the Fire Sense.
With the Fire Sense outdoor heater, we have no complaints. We would highly recommend it to those that would like to keep warm in their backyard during the cold winter month. This heater is stylish and effective, making it a great choice.
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