As we wind down from the holidays and continue the trek into winter weather conditions, businesses can face heating challenges.
Whether you’re looking for supplemental heat during extremely cold periods or temporary heating during boiler or furnace repairs, commercial heater rental may be the perfect solution.
The best way to heat your particular space depends on several factors including size, number of employees in the area, and building ventilation.
Learn more about how you can determine which temporary heating solution will maintain the temperature of your commercial space.
Electrical Heaters for Commercial Buildings
For Smaller, Populated, and Temperature-Sensitive Spaces
If you’re looking for a way to heat an office, small-to-medium-sized store, laboratory, or electronics room, the best solution may be a commercial space heater rental. Electric space heaters are available in several sizes so you can tailor your rental to your specific heating requirements.
The main benefits of electric space heaters include the fact that they can help you maintain consistent temperatures and even humidity levels in sensitive spaces. Variable thermostat settings also allow you to conserve energy, and they do not generate any combustion by-products, resulting in a clean and safe heat.
Indirect Heaters for Commercial Buildings
For Larger, Occupied Areas Needing Temporary Heat
In some cases, a larger commercial or industrial space may require temporary heat during a major HVAC replacement or repair or to accommodate a special project or peak production period.
An indirect fired industrial heater rental can be the best solution in these cases, providing clean, safe, and comfortable heat for these populated, enclosed spaces.
Industrial heaters burn propane or diesel but sit outside and use ductwork to transport heated air into your commercial or industrial space. The fuel is consumed outdoors so byproducts are not an issue. Air is then blown over the heat exchanger and into your indoor facility, store, or plant.
Like electric space heaters, most indirect fired systems have a built-in thermostat that allows you to control the temperature in your facility.
Direct Fired Heaters for Commercial Buildings
For Outdoor Well-Ventilated Areas
If you need to provide heat in a large warehouse that has a good ventilation system and few employees or at an outdoor construction site where crews move around, a direct industrial electric heater rental may be the best heating solution for you.
Direct fired heaters are extremely efficient because all fuel becomes direct heat. These units burn propane, natural gas, or diesel fuel and run air through the actual flame for direct heat. They do generate combustion byproducts that need to be ventilated to the outside for safety reasons.
Construction sites that require heaters to follow teams as they move around the site will appreciate the fact that direct fired heaters are easy to transport. They also have a built-in thermostat and safety features.
Rent Commercial Space Heaters
For more information about commercial heater rental, contact Priority Rental at 1-800-810-4181. We can help you find the best heating for commercial buildings, including solutions for hospitals, warehouses, schools, offices, or retail.
Call our team today.