Five alternate ways to heat your outdoor area
The cold weather has arrived, but don’t let this stop you from entertaining friends and family in your alfresco area. The team at Ultimate Alfresco have put together five alternate ways to heat your outdoor area and stay warm this Winter.
Let’s take a look!
If you are one who loves the open fire, then a fire pit may be your solution.
The atmosphere that an open fire can produce is wonderful and if you are a fan of the open flame then a fire pit could be a perfect choice.
Fire pits have the added ability to act as a key garden or patio feature all year round. And, their portability is an added bonus.
Patio blinds offer the creation of an outdoor room that can retain its warmth.
By having the blinds down in the winter the cold air is kept at bay and that means you may not need a heat source at all. With patio blinds, you have the option to get the last rays of sun before the cool night air descends.
Economically they offer an excellent investment and can serve you all year round. With a wide range of style and materials available allow you can customise and tailor the blinds to suit your patio space.
Electric Patio Heaters
If you are looking for more sleek and discreet heat sources for your alfresco, then you might like to consider electric patio heaters. Dependent on your outdoor space, these heaters come in a range of models with varying sizes.
The benefit of choosing electric heaters is that they don’t take up much room at all. This leaves plenty of space for you, your family and friends to enjoy your outside area in the cooler months.
Food and warmth served together – who could ask for more?
The aroma of delicious food cooking in a warm outdoor space is an entertainer’s dream!
Pizza ovens are available in many shapes, sizes and budgets, providing versatility for your home and outdoor area.
Pizza ovens can release a lot of heat you will need to think about the placement and size of the oven you choose.
Outdoor gas heaters
Outdoor gas heaters have become an on-trend alternative for warming your patio or alfresco area. The portability of them makes for an encouraging choice. And let’s not forget to mention the wide range of size and designs within an extensive price range.
All patio areas are different in structure, for example, some have flat roofs and some have gable roofs. Therefore consideration would be required for choosing the right fit gas heater. Because you want to ensure that you optimize the heat produced and heat retained.
Now that we have shared with you our suggestions on alternate ways to heat your outdoor area, which option will you go with?