When you need to heat an entire home or commercial space, energy efficiency is often a top concern. Geothermal heating is one of the most efficient options available. It includes a loop systems installed underground to take advantage of the consistent, year-round temperature. Geothermal heating systems have been used for centuries, and with modern improvements, are becoming more popular.
Biomass heating systems are another option for those concerned about the environment. Biomass systems burn waste materials to provide heat. As prices for oil, gas and coal continue to rise, more people are considering cost-effective alternatives such as biomass.
If you need to heat a garage, storage shed, shop, utility building or barn, check out our line of HeatStar and Sterling unit heaters. We carry a variety of models, making it easy to find the unit heater that meets your needs and budget. These heaters are designed to function quietly, efficiently and effectively.
Infrared radiant heaters are easy to operate and install and are maintenance free. They work well for areas that are partially enclosed, such as loading docks and entranceways, and for areas that need direct heat including warehouses, animal stalls and auto repair shops. For smaller spaces, consider an infrared tube heater.
Portable heaters allow you to have heat when and where you need it then easily move it to another location. Provide temporary heat for a space up to 400 square feet, or keep one on hand for emergency situations.
For larger spaces, or for longer periods of time, consider a construction heater. No electricity is required, and the folding handle and wheels make these units easy to transport.
If you’ve added on to your home and need to heat the extra space, or if you want to get more use out of a three-seasons room or enclosed porch, consider adding a ventless heater. Our home heaters come in a variety of styles and can be used in a free-standing or wall-mount application. We also offer electric heaters for supplemental heating.
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