The natural gas patio heater is very useful tools used to acclimate outdoor area cold autumn days. Typically, these devices are used three times a week for a couple of months of the year, according to ConsumerSearch.com. You can probably feel the heat of a gas patio heater at a distance of up to 20 feet (6 meters). These units often include a one year warranty that covers any type of malfunction.
A natural gas patio heater requires professional installation to a natural gas line, so the process of placing this device can be more complicated and expensive. On the other hand, a propane heater offers the benefit of being moved, so you can place it anywhere in the garden.
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The disadvantage of natural gas patio heater units is that they have to constantly refill the propane tank. Some small propane gas heaters that are placed on the table include a hose that allows you to fix a tank 20 pounds (9 kg), since small disposable cylinders that come with these units often only table having a size of 2 pounds (900 g).
The gas patio heaters often have a reflector on top of the unit having the shape of a dome. A large reflector indicates the enormous distance that heat the unit.