Posts Tagged ‘heater’

FAQ Lighting Patio Heaters

Question: Dear Doctor M, My stand up patio heater was working fine in the spring but now, since the summer started I just can’t get the thing to light properly. Any ideas? Signed, M. Ushraum Answer: Dear M, Any propane appliance attracts spiders – they like the ‘rotten egg’ odorant that we add to propane…
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FAQ: Patio Heater

Question: Dear Doctor M, My stand up patio heater was working fine in the spring but now, since the summer started I just can’t get the thing to light properly. Any ideas? Signed, M. Ushraum Answer: Dear M, Any propane appliance attracts spiders – they like the ‘rotten egg’ odorant that we add to propane…
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FAQ: Longer Natural Gas Hoses

Question: I want to move my natural gas patio heater or barbecue across the deck and use a longer hose.  Can I do that? Answer:  Yes you can but … you shouldn’t use a hose that is longer than twenty feet.  When using any rubber hose to transmit gas you always suffer a tiny bit…
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Extend Summer

If you live on the business side of the 49th, chances are good you’re bracing yourself for the incoming chill already.  Some people even put their barbecues away at this time of the year.  Nonsense.  If anything, we should be encouraging each other to fire up our barbecues every night and help stave off winter…
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Gotta Have the Stumpy Patio Heater

Stumpy Heaters – we’ve got a new style of patio heater. The one is terrific if you don’t have the clearances for a taller heater or if you want to keep the heat that’s generated closer to a ‘sitting’ height.

Valor Fireplaces

We sell Valor fireplaces. They’re made in North Vancouver by Miles Industries. These clever British Columbians have found a bunch of Vancouverites that aren’t too busy tending their “gardens” (how?!) and currently build the best gas fireplace in the world. Don’t believe me? Come into one of our stores and check it out for yourself….
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Gotta Have Patio Heaters

In the last few years, the selection of patio heaters has exploded.  There are many reasonable options available including units powered by wood, gas and electricity.  In our stores the classic ‘mushroom’ heater continues to be very popular.  They’re relatively inexpensive, cheap to operate and portable.  Our “Brander” patio heater is all stainless steel, includes…
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FAQ Moving Natural Gas Barbecue

Question: I want to move my natural gas patio heater or barbecue across the deck and use a longer hose.  Can I do that? Answer:  Yes you can but … you shouldn’t use a hose that is longer than twenty feet.  When using any rubber hose to transmit gas you always suffer a tiny bit…
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