An ineffective warehouse heating system can mean that warehouse employees become uncomfortable in the cold winter months. Warehouses, especially those with large square footage, are prone to difficulties in ambient
We advise, provide and install the right energy efficient warehouse heating solution for your business needs. This includes floor standing and suspended warm air gas or oil heaters, destratification fans, radiant heaters and hot water heaters for both open and racked warehouse heating.
We are Powrmatic, Winterwarm and AmbiRad approved installers.
Our custom warehouse heating system design service can tailor systems to your specific requirements. We can help with improvements to an existing system or a completely new system design. Our expert engineers offer a free site survey as well as help and guidance for your racked and open warehouse heating requirements.
We also provide warehouse heating servicing, maintenance contracts and emergency repairs across the North West.
Warehouses can be some of the hardest buildings to heat. Large open spaces, often with large entrances can mean that heat is difficult to maintain and distribute evenly.
Top Tips for Warehouse Heating Systems
How do you decide which industrial heating system is best for your warehouse? Our heating engineers will run through the best modern systems which meet your needs, taking into account the following:
- Temperature – Do you need different storage areas to be at different temperatures? Radiant heating systems can be designed with various zoning options to achieve this.
- Warehouse Size – The size of a warehouse has a huge impact on the type of heating system you need. If you have a large floor space and need a high heat output, then a warm air cabinet heater may be the right choice.
- Type of Goods – Storage of sensitive products such as foods and chemicals within the warehouse can impact the range of suitable heating solutions. Goods stored are always a contributing factor to any warehouse heating design.
- Warehouse Layout – If you lack space within the building, for example if you have a large amount of racking, you may benefit from a suspended warm air heater installation.