Looking to temporarily heat your building? It’s important to understand a few key factors before signing a rental contract!
We break down what you will need to consider when renting portable heaters for your space in our video:
What to Consider When Renting Portable Heaters
- Goal. What is your goal? Do you have a construction site where you need to maintain temperature for spackle or finish work? Maybe you need to prevent pipes from freezing. Or an office building where you need to keep customers or employees warm. These are all very common applications and we can absolutely help.
- Time. You want to determine how long you think you’ll need to heat a rental for heating your structure for a one-day event is a very different process, very different equipment than it would be for heating it for an entire winter.
- Fuel. You’ll want to consider what kind of fuel you can use and where your site is located. Many people want to go with electric heaters, which we have plenty of, however, there’s not a magic box that plugs into a one 110 volt outlet and will heat your whole building in the middle of winter. Most applications require fossil fuels such as natural gas, propane, or diesel. So based on the application, we’ll suggest which fuel will work best for you.
From there, we take all these factors into consideration, including the square footage of your building. We take a consultative approach to come up with the best solution.
Start the Heater Rental Process Today
From New York City down to Washington, DC, we’ve helped thousands of customers on construction sites to restaurants, medical facilities, office buildings, schools, events, and manufacturing facilities. Learn more about how our rentals heat commercial buildings.
We can handle any size job. So if you find yourself needing temporary heating, please contact us online or give us a call today and we’ll create and execute a plan for you.