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Buying Guide: This hanging patio heater will keep you warm all fall
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Buying Guide: This hanging patio heater will keep you warm all fall

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If you’re looking for a way to enjoy your patio, balcony, or deck during every season, a heater is must in most parts of the country. This hanging patio heater is a great space saving solution that’s safe, affordable, and easy to install.

Safe and Eco-Friendly

If you need a safer solution than fire pits to heat your patio, gazebo, or balcony, this hanging outdoor heater fits the bill. It produces no harmful odors, chemicals, or fumes and automatically shuts off if it overheats or tips over. The high hanging height also makes it safe for families with children.

Easy Installation

Installing this patio heater is simple. To set it up, just secure the 8.2-inch adjustable chain to your balcony overhang, patio umbrella, or deck railings. To raise or lower the height, just reduce or add chain links and secure at the most comfortable position for you.

Quiet Heat in Seconds

Once you turn on this patio heater, you’re able to warm up on cool nights almost instantly. The 1500-watt power supply warms in just three seconds. It’s also completely quiet so your quiet time relaxing in your outdoor space won’t be disturbed.

Air Choice Outdoor Patio Heater Hanging available from Amazon

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