decking heating

Heated Decks: A Look at the Options | The Warmquest Blog

Open air wood and composite decks are tricky to heat. With no way to embed the cable in a heat sink, many systems would be ineffective at snow melting. The best solution for these decks are portable heating mats. Our Radiant Trak mats come in a variety of sizes and designs and can be plugged in and used anywhere.【Get Price】

Outdoor Heaters | Patio Heating | Argos

We have lots of options to help keep you and your guests warm once the sun's gone down - whether you're after a patio heater or a fire pit for people to gather around. These make an eye-catching addition to any garden - and it's even better when you have a few marshmallows ready to toast too! Or how about our stunning wood burners and chimineas?【Get Price】

How to Heat Your Outdoor Patio - The Spruce

Extend the season of your deck or patio by installing radiant heating beneath the flooring. While it's more often associated with interiors, heated floors are gaining popularity with outdoor surfaces as well.【Get Price】

Time to paint, stain or oil your decking | Outdoor Garden | B&Q

It’s been battered by seasonal showers, coated in falling autumn leaves, frozen by the winter winds and scorched by the summer sun. Your decking has been through a lot, and now the weather is starting to warm, getting outdoors to enjoy feels like the escape we all need. Don’t be disturbed by cracking, peeling or dull looking decking.【Get Price】

Underfloor Heating for Over Concrete or Timber Deck

Cyril Sweett and The Trade Association for Surface Heating and Cooling (UHMA) research reveals that a traditional radiator system costs 25% more over a 30 year period that a surface heating system. There is also a reduction in building heat losses and energy consumption and the heat source can operate at its highest efficiency. The greatest savings will be in rooms or spaces with high ceilings.【Get Price】