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Top 3 Best Wood Heaters in Australia

TOP 3 BEST WOOD HEATERS IN AUSTRALIA


In this quick walkthrough, we will help you choose the best wood heater you can find in Australia depending on your needs.

WHAT'S THE BEST WOOD HEATER FOR YOU?

lady drinking coffee in front of wood heater

The definition of heaven on Earth - chilling in front of a wood heater during winter while enjoying a cup of coffee.

It's approaching winter time and you've probably noticed that it's getting a little too chilly in your lounge room.

So you decide to get a wood heater to bring some warm air into your home.

While doing your due diligence, you might feel overwhelmed by the number of wood heater options available.

Hence why you are here.

Fret not, in this quick walkthrough, we will help you choose the best wood heater you can find depending on your needs, and break down the wood heaters sold in the market so that you can find the right wood heater for your home!

TOP 3 BEST WOOD HEATERS IN AUSTRALIA


In this quick walkthrough, we will help you choose the best wood heater you can find in Australia depending on your needs.

WHAT'S THE BEST WOOD HEATER FOR YOU?

It's approaching winter time and you've probably noticed that it's getting a little too chilly in your lounge room.

So you decide to get a wood heater to bring some warm air into your home.

While doing your due diligence, you might feel overwhelmed by the number of wood heater options available.

Hence why you are here.

Fret not, in this quick walkthrough, we will help you choose the best wood heater you can find depending on your needs, and break down the wood heaters sold in the market so that you can find the right wood heater for your home!

lady drinking coffee in front of wood heater

The definition of heaven on Earth - chilling in front of a wood heater during winter while enjoying a cup of coffee.

WHY CHOOSE A WOOD HEATER ANYWAY?

There are many heating options available, and you'll find that there are 3 common types of heating available: gas, electric, and wood heating.

(There are also pellet heaters but they're mostly similar to wood ones.)

So why choose a wood heater in the first place?

Which heater type you choose depends on what your needs are.

Are you looking for a primary heater to heat large spaces?

Are you just looking to add some aesthetics to your house?

Or are you intending to also have your heater serve as a BBQ grill or pizza oven station?

ladies having a chat in front of the wood fireplace
ladies having a chat in front of the wood fireplace

Choosing the right fireplace requires you to know what you're looking for.

TYPES OF HEATERS

GAS HEATERS

Gas heaters are probably one of the more commonly used options as they are relatively simpler to use and bring enough radiant heat to heat an individual room in almost an instant.

They are mainly used as a secondary heat source.

Visually, they can also serve as a focal point in a room in conjunction with providing warmth.

ELECTRIC HEATERS

Electric heaters visually mimic a real fireplace and utilize electricity to run.

Electric heaters are fairly easy to install as you just require them to be plugged into an electric power source and fitted to the wall if it's a built-in heater.

Electric heating doesn't require you to install any flues resulting in less installation costs compared to gas and wood heating.

They are also generally cheaper to purchase as well.

However, they don't generate much heat as they are primarily used for aesthetic purposes.

WOOD HEATERS

Wood heaters are the best when it comes to providing heat for large spaces - ie, heating the whole house.

Radiant wood heaters will radiate heat out naturally, while some new wood heaters come with fans that help push out the warm air to circulate the space much faster.

Wood heaters come in all shapes and sizes, there are built-in wood heaters and freestanding ones - whichever suits your needs.

One downside to having wood heaters is that you'd have to load up enough wood to heat the entire home effectively throughout the cold season.

This could prove to be a hassle especially if you're too busy to maintain the stock of the wood.

But compared to the warmth that it provides, it is well worth the struggle.

Now that you know more about heaters, let's go through some of the best wood heating options you can find...

WHY CHOOSE A WOOD HEATER ANYWAY?

There are many heating options available, and you'll find that there are 3 common types of heating available: gas, electric, and wood heating.

(There are also pellet heaters but they're mostly similar to wood ones.)

So why choose a wood heater in the first place?

Which heater type you choose depends on what your needs are.

Are you looking for a primary heater to heat large spaces?

Are you just looking to add some aesthetics to your house?

Or are you intending to also have your heater serve as a BBQ grill or pizza oven station?

ladies having a chat in front of the wood fireplace

Choosing the right fireplace requires you to know what you're looking for.

TYPES OF HEATERS

GAS HEATERS

Gas heaters are probably one of the more commonly used options as they are relatively simpler to use and bring enough radiant heat to heat an individual room in almost an instant.

They are mainly used as a secondary heat source.

Visually, they can also serve as a focal point in a room in conjunction with providing warmth.

ELECTRIC HEATERS

Electric heaters visually mimic a real fireplace and utilize electricity to run.

Electric heaters are fairly easy to install as you just require them to be plugged into an electric power source and fitted to the wall if it's a built-in heater.

Electric heating doesn't require you to install any flues resulting in less installation costs compared to gas and wood heating.

They are also generally cheaper to purchase as well.

However, they don't generate much heat as they are primarily used for aesthetic purposes.

WOOD HEATERS

Wood heaters are the best when it comes to providing heat for large spaces - ie, heating the whole house.

Radiant wood heaters will radiate heat out naturally, while some new wood heaters come with fans that help push out the warm air to circulate the space much faster.

Wood heaters come in all shapes and sizes, there are built-in wood heaters and freestanding ones - whichever suits your needs.

One downside to having wood heaters is that you'd have to load up enough wood to heat the entire home effectively throughout the cold season.

This could prove to be a hassle especially if you're too busy to maintain the stock of the wood.

But compared to the warmth that it provides, it is well worth the struggle.

Now that you know more about heaters, let's go through some of the best wood heating options you can find...

THE BEST FREESTANDING INDOOR WOOD HEATER

Masport Westcott 3000 Wood Heater

The Masport Wescott 3000 Wood Fire is a freestanding wood heater that offers a huge heating capacity, perfect for warming up a large room.

It is ideal for homes up to 150 square metres.

Made from cast iron, its stylish look with a dual-sided panoramic glass door along with the Air Wash System will allow you to enjoy an optimum view of your log fire.

masport westcott 3000 wood heater

It features an ash pan which allows you to easily remove the wood ash from the heater.

Masport Romsey R3000 Freestanding Wood Heater

The Masport Romsey R3000 Freestanding Wood Fireplace is a radiant wood heater capable of providing up to 150 square metres of heating area.

The Romsey R3000 comes complete with a 6mm Flat Radiant Cooktop and a 6mm Steel Firebox as well as your choice of base.

Perfect for heating small-sized areas, the Romsey R3000 Freestanding Wood Fireplace has an estimated peak heat output of 15kW and an efficiency of 64% according to Australian standards.

With a Metallic Black finish, this heater is great for turning a small-sized area into a warm and comfortable living space for the winter months.

masport romsey R3000 freestanding wood heater

Base options for the Romsey Model include the Wood Stacking option (as shown on the model here), four legs built into the body of the heater, or a pedestal option.

Masport Clunes C5000 Freestanding Wood Heater

The Masport Clunes C5000 Freestanding Wood Heater is a convection wood heater capable of heating up to 150 square metres.

Perfect for small to medium-sized areas, this eco-friendly heater includes a 6mm Steel Firebox and a Factory Fitted Fan.

It is one of the most efficient wood heaters out there with an estimated peak heat output of 14.3kW and an efficiency of 71% giving you low emissions.

masport clunes c5000 freestanding wood heater

The Masport Clunes C5000 heater is a classy yet simple freestanding wood heater that will create a warm and comfortable atmosphere for the perfect medium living area.

Among the three, our best pick would be the Masport Clunes C5000 as it is one of the more efficient wood heaters, giving you lower emissions.

THE BEST BUILT-IN INDOOR WOOD HEATER

Regency Berwick I100B Inbuilt Wood Heater

The Berwick is a contemporary styled wood inbuilt in a convenient size that is ideal for medium-sized living areas.  

It includes 3 sided black fascia and a 2-speed fan.

The curved front will complement most home decors and will heat approximately 180+ square metres and can also be used in zero clearance installations.  

Another bonus point for the Regency Berwick Built-ins is that most of the heat generated does not escape up the chimney but is kept in your home.

regency berwick i100b inbuilt wood heater

The Berwick is designed for installation in wall openings that were previously thought to be too small for other wood heaters.

THE BEST OUTDOOR WOOD HEATER FOR BBQ PARTIES

Escea EP1350 Outdoor Fire Table

The Escea Outdoor Fire Table is essentially a table with a fire pit in the middle inspired by a classic campfire where you can gather around it with friends whilst sharing stories and toasting marshmallows.

It features Escea's Vortex Firecore technology that provides the warmth, ambiance, and flames of a campfire without all the smoke.

You can choose to grill, skewer, or fry your food in the central ring using either wood or charcoal for fuel.

More importantly, Escea has made sure to make the table safe to use with the Cool Touch technology, ensuring the table stays cool and safe for your hands to rest on.

escea ep1350 outdoor fire table

Simple to start and easy to use, the Outdoor Wood Fire Table provides a 360° social cooking experience that gets everyone involved.

friends having a bbq party on the outdoor fire table

Whether you're cooking dinner for two, or hosting a tribe, the Fire Table creates intimate campfire moments in your backyard.

Escea EK1250 Outdoor Wood Stove Heater

If the outdoor fire table wasn't quite what you were looking for, then consider the EK1250 outdoor built-in wood heater which brings you the versatility of both an outdoor heater and a fully-functional BBQ grill.

It comes equipped with everything you need to achieve a smoky meat lover’s feast - an Ember Generator, 13-point adjustable cooking plates with drip plates, cast iron grills, and meat hooks.

Once your outdoor flame cooking is done, you can hide all the cooking plates underneath a stainless steel draw below, leaving you with a seamless, elegant outdoor fire for an overnight burn to relax in front of into the small hours.

escea ek1250 outdoor wood stove heater

It is constructed from 4mm steel, so you can be sure that this epic outdoor wood heater can withstand whatever you throw at it, and is built to last.

Pick the Escea EK1250 if you'd like a seamless built-in outdoor heater that provides heating and functions as a BBQ grill.

NEED EXPERT ADVICE?

Feel free to speak to Tucker's friendly team in-store, online, or over the phone at 02 9748 8368 regarding the size of your house and the layout of the rooms so that we can help you choose the right heater for you and your property.

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THE BEST FREESTANDING INDOOR WOOD HEATER

Masport Westcott 3000 Wood Heater

The Masport Wescott 3000 Wood Fire is a freestanding wood heater that offers a huge heating capacity, perfect for warming up a large room.

It is ideal for homes up to 150 square metres.

Made from cast iron, its stylish look with a dual-sided panoramic glass door along with the Air Wash System will allow you to enjoy an optimum view of your log fire.

masport westcott 3000 wood heater

It features an ash pan which allows you to easily remove the wood ash from the heater.

Masport Romsey R3000 Freestanding Wood Heater

The Masport Romsey R3000 Freestanding Wood Fireplace is a radiant wood heater capable of providing up to 150 square metres of heating area.

The Romsey R3000 comes complete with a 6mm Flat Radiant Cooktop and a 6mm Steel Firebox as well as your choice of base.

Perfect for heating small-sized areas, the Romsey R3000 Freestanding Wood Fireplace has an estimated peak heat output of 15kW and an efficiency of 64% according to Australian standards.

With a Metallic Black finish, this heater is great for turning a small-sized area into a warm and comfortable living space for the winter months.

masport romsey R3000 freestanding wood heater

Base options for the Romsey Model include the Wood Stacking option (as shown on the model here), four legs built into the body of the heater, or a pedestal option.

Masport Clunes C5000 Freestanding Wood Heater

The Masport Clunes C5000 Freestanding Wood Heater is a convection wood heater capable of heating up to 150 square metres.

Perfect for small to medium-sized areas, this eco-friendly heater includes a 6mm Steel Firebox and a Factory Fitted Fan.

It is one of the most efficient wood heaters out there with an estimated peak heat output of 14.3kW and an efficiency of 71% giving you low emissions.

masport clunes c5000 freestanding wood heater

The Masport Clunes C5000 heater is a classy yet simple freestanding wood heater that will create a warm and comfortable atmosphere for the perfect medium living area.

Among the three, our best pick would be the Masport Clunes C5000 as it is one of the more efficient wood heaters, giving you lower emissions.

THE BEST BUILT-IN INDOOR WOOD HEATER

Regency Berwick I100B Inbuilt Wood Heater

The Berwick is a contemporary styled wood inbuilt in a convenient size that is ideal for medium-sized living areas.  

It includes 3 sided black fascia and a 2-speed fan.

The curved front will complement most home decors and will heat approximately 180+ square metres and can also be used in zero clearance installations.  

Another bonus point for the Regency Berwick Built-ins is that most of the heat generated does not escape up the chimney but is kept in your home.

regency berwick i100b inbuilt wood heater
regency berwick i100b inbuilt wood heater

The Berwick is designed for installation in wall openings that were previously thought to be too small for other wood heaters.

THE BEST OUTDOOR WOOD HEATER FOR BBQ PARTIES

Escea EP1350 Outdoor Fire Table

The Escea Outdoor Fire Table is essentially a table with a fire pit in the middle inspired by a classic campfire where you can gather around it with friends whilst sharing stories and toasting marshmallows.

It features Escea's Vortex Firecore technology that provides the warmth, ambiance, and flames of a campfire without all the smoke.

You can choose to grill, skewer, or fry your food in the central ring using either wood or charcoal for fuel.

More importantly, Escea has made sure to make the table safe to use with the Cool Touch technology, ensuring the table stays cool and safe for your hands to rest on.

escea ep1350 outdoor fire table
escea ep1350 outdoor fire table

Simple to start and easy to use, the Outdoor Wood Fire Table provides a 360° social cooking experience that gets everyone involved.

friends having a bbq party on the outdoor fire table

Whether you're cooking dinner for two, or hosting a tribe, the Fire Table creates intimate campfire moments in your backyard.

Escea EK1250 Outdoor Wood Stove Heater

If the outdoor fire table wasn't quite what you were looking for, then consider the EK1250 outdoor built-in wood heater which brings you the versatility of both an outdoor heater and a fully-functional BBQ grill.

It comes equipped with everything you need to achieve a smoky meat lover’s feast - an Ember Generator, 13-point adjustable cooking plates with drip plates, cast iron grills, and meat hooks.

Once your outdoor flame cooking is done, you can hide all the cooking plates underneath a stainless steel draw below, leaving you with a seamless, elegant outdoor fire for an overnight burn to relax in front of into the small hours.

escea ek1250 outdoor wood stove heater
escea ek1250 outdoor wood stove heater

It is constructed from 4mm steel, so you can be sure that this epic outdoor wood heater can withstand whatever you throw at it, and is built to last.

Pick the Escea EK1250 if you'd like a seamless built-in outdoor heater that provides heating and functions as a BBQ grill.

NEED EXPERT ADVICE?

Feel free to speak to Tucker's friendly team in-store, online, or over the phone at 02 9748 8368 regarding the size of your house and the layout of the rooms so that we can help you choose the right heater for you and your property.

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Electric vs Gas Heating: Which offers the best outdoor heating?

Electric vs Gas Heating: Which offers the best outdoor heating?

Electric vs Gas Heating: Which offers the best outdoor heating?


What should be considered between outdoor gas and electric heaters?

electric vs gas heating

Electric and gas heaters are the two most popular outdoor heating options in Australia.

Choosing the perfect outdoor heating system.

Choosing the right outdoor heating system for your BBQ party needs or to heat your home in a cold climate during winter can be quite an arduous task.

But fret not, in this article, we will help decipher between the two most popular outdoor heating options available: electric and gas.

So what should be considered between outdoor gas and electric heaters?

bbq grill

Having a BBQ party in winter might require a bit of outdoor heating - unless you don't mind the cold...

Electric vs Gas Heating: Which offers the best outdoor heating?


What should be considered between outdoor gas and electric heaters?

electric vs gas heating

Electric and gas heaters are the two most popular outdoor heating options in Australia.

Choosing the perfect outdoor heating system.

Choosing the right outdoor heating system for your BBQ party needs or to heat your home in a cold climate during winter can be quite an arduous task.

But fret not, in this article, we will help decipher between the two most popular outdoor heating options available: electric and gas.

So what should be considered between outdoor gas and electric heaters?

outdoor bbq grill

Having a BBQ party in winter might require a bit of outdoor heating - unless you don't mind the cold...

Electric vs Gas Heating: Which offers the best outdoor heating?


So what should be considered between outdoor gas and electric heaters?

Electric vs Gas Heating: Which offers the best outdoor heating?


What should be considered between outdoor gas and electric heaters?

electric vs gas heating

Electric and gas heaters are the two most popular outdoor heating options in Australia.

Choosing the perfect outdoor heating system.

Choosing the right outdoor heating system for your BBQ party needs or to heat your home in a cold climate during winter can be quite an arduous task.

But fret not, in this article, we will help decipher between the two most popular outdoor heating options available: electric and gas.

So what should be considered between outdoor gas and electric heaters?

outdoor bbq grill

Having a BBQ party in winter might require a bit of outdoor heating - unless you don't mind the cold...

electric vs gas heating

Electric and gas heaters are the two most popular outdoor heating options in Australia.

Choosing the perfect outdoor heating system.

Choosing the right outdoor heating system for your BBQ party needs or to heat your home in a cold climate during winter can be quite an arduous task.

But fret not, in this article, we will help decipher between the two most popular outdoor heating options available: electric and gas.

So what should be considered between outdoor gas and electric heaters?

bbq grill

Having a BBQ party in winter might require a bit of outdoor heating - unless you don't mind the cold...

Purchase Price

In terms of the upfront purchasing costs, electric heaters are a lot cheaper than gas heaters and have a lower barrier to entry.

Prices will vary depending on the brand, but you could generally buy a 2000W electric heater starting from $169, compared to the upfront cost of a 34 MJ gas heater costing $679, over 4 times the price!

Electric heating has smaller upfront purchase costs.

This means that if you're on a tighter budget but would like to start having some form of outdoor heating in place, you could start with electric heating.

But before you rush with your purchase, there are other factors you might want to think about as well.

Winner: Electric heating, generally cheaper.

Gas heaters can cost over 4 times the price!

Energy Efficiency and Running Costs

In Australia, as of 2022, gas heaters generally have lower running costs compared to electric alternatives as gas heaters are more energy efficient.

It would cost 52 cents for the gas heating variant and 60 cents for the electric heater of similar outputs (2.4kWh/13 MJ).

outdoor gas heater

Gas heaters are typically more energy efficient.

Gas heaters have lower running costs.

It would cost 52 cents for the gas heating variant and 60 cents for the electric heater of similar outputs (2.4kWh/13 MJ).

Although the higher running costs of the electric heaters due to being less energy efficient might be a turn off, this is minor in comparison to the stark difference in upfront purchasing costs.

This might be something you want to consider.

Winner: Gas heating, in terms of energy efficiency.

Installation costs

Generally, there are usually more installation costs associated with a gas heater than with an electric heater.

This is because there are more risks of something going wrong with gas heaters i.e. if there are pipe leaks, parts that are not fitted correctly, or if you require a flue installed through your outdoor roof.

Whereas electric heaters are pretty much plug-and-play.

outdoor heating installation

Electric heaters are pretty much plug-n-play, though this is a photo of a woman fixing a light bulb but you get the idea.

However, it is always best to refer to the product manual in regards to calculating your installation costs as it may differ between products of the same category.

Winner: Depends.

But generally, gas heaters have more set-up costs than electric heating variants.

Purchase Price

In terms of the upfront purchasing costs, electric heaters are a lot cheaper than gas heaters and have a lower barrier to entry.

Prices will vary depending on the brand, but you could generally buy a 2000W electric heater starting from $169, compared to the upfront cost of a 34 MJ gas heater costing $679, over 4 times the price!

Electric heating has smaller upfront purchase costs.

This means that if you're on a tighter budget but would like to start having some form of outdoor heating in place, you could start with electric heating.

But before you rush with your purchase, there are other factors you might want to think about as well.

Winner: Electric heating, generally cheaper.

Gas heaters can cost over 4 times the price!

Energy Efficiency and Running Costs

In Australia, as of 2022, gas heaters generally have lower running costs compared to electric alternatives as gas heaters are more energy efficient.

It would cost 52 cents for the gas heating variant and 60 cents for the electric heater of similar outputs (2.4kWh/13 MJ).

Gas heaters have lower running costs.

It would cost 52 cents for the gas heating variant and 60 cents for the electric heater of similar outputs (2.4kWh/13 MJ).

Although the higher running costs of the electric heaters due to being less energy efficient might be a turn off, this is minor in comparison to the stark difference in upfront purchasing costs.

This might be something you want to consider.

Winner: Gas heating, in terms of energy efficiency.

outdoor gas heater

Gas heaters are typically more energy efficient.

Installation costs

Generally, there are usually more installation costs associated with a gas heater than with an electric heater.

This is because there are more risks of something going wrong with gas heaters i.e. if there are pipe leaks, parts that are not fitted correctly, or if you require a flue installed through your outdoor roof.

Whereas electric heaters are pretty much plug-and-play.

However, it is always best to refer to the product manual in regards to calculating your installation costs as it may differ between products of the same category.

Winner: Depends.

But generally, gas heaters have more set-up costs than electric heating variants.
outdoor heating installation

Electric heaters are pretty much plug-n-play, though this is a photo of a woman fixing a light bulb but you get the idea.

Heating Speed

The heating speed of a heating system may be an important factor to consider depending on the circumstances.

In regards to electric vs gas heating, the latter generally heats the outdoor air temperature much faster due to being more energy efficient.

Winner: Gas heating.

electric outdoor heater

Electric heating takes a while to heat up compared to gas alternatives.

Safety and Maintenance

Both these types of outdoor heating systems have safety risks, such as a cloth or blanket catching on fire from the heaters.

There are also safety risks specific to each type of heating system.

Each requires maintenance for safety.

For example, gas heaters require regular maintenance to ensure that nothing is leaking and that the gas and oxygen combustion is perfect to reduce unwanted gas being produced from the combustion of the gas heaters.

In general, electric heaters have fewer maintenance requirements, but there are some risks that you might need to be aware of.

Considering that electric heaters use electricity, we need to ensure that plugs and cables are properly placed so as to not get wet by outdoor terrain and weather.

One thing that weighing gas heating down is that they produce carbon monoxide and water vapour.

Regular exposure to carbon monoxide might be detrimental to your health, and also water vapour attracts mold.

Winner: None

But generally electric heating has fewer risks to worry about than gas heating.
electric heating

Covering electric plugs with water-resistant tape might be a good idea to avoid unwanted electric accidents.

Conclusion

In a nutshell, generally speaking, electric heating has a lower barrier to entry in terms of purchase cost, installation costs, and safety maintenance.

However, the running costs of a gas heater are lower. Gas heaters also have a much faster heating speed.

If you're someone with a minimal budget but would like to start having some glorious outdoor winter BBQs, then we would recommend getting electric heating for your outdoor heating needs.

(You can find a great selection of outdoor electric heaters here.)

But if you're someone that values speed and would like a more cost effective monthly expense, then gas heating might be the right fit for you.

(Here are the best outdoor gas heaters available.)

outdoor heating

Enjoy comfortable winter BBQs with friends and family thanks to having outdoor heating.

If you're still on the fence about electric vs gas heating and what outdoor heating systems to buy in Australia, we recommend you come to visit the friendly team at Tucker Barbecues and view our wide selection of outdoor heating options.

Cheers!

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Safety and Maintenance

Both these types of outdoor heating systems have safety risks, such as a cloth or blanket catching on fire from the heaters.

There are also safety risks specific to each type of heating system.

Each requires maintenance for safety.

For example, gas heaters require regular maintenance to ensure that nothing is leaking and that the gas and oxygen combustion is perfect to reduce unwanted gas being produced from the combustion of the gas heaters.

In general, electric heaters have fewer maintenance requirements, but there are some risks that you might need to be aware of.

Considering that electric heaters use electricity, we need to ensure that plugs and cables are properly placed so as to not get wet by outdoor terrain and weather.

electric heating

Covering electric plugs with water-resistant tape might be a good idea to avoid unwanted electric accidents.

One thing that weighing gas heating down is that they produce carbon monoxide and water vapour.

Regular exposure to carbon monoxide might be detrimental to your health, and also water vapour attracts mold.

Winner: None

But generally electric heating has fewer risks to worry about than gas heating.

Conclusion

In a nutshell, generally speaking, electric heating has a lower barrier to entry in terms of purchase cost, installation costs, and safety maintenance.

However, the running costs of a gas heater are lower. Gas heaters also have a much faster heating speed.

outdoor heating

Enjoy comfortable winter BBQs with friends and family thanks to having outdoor heating.

If you're someone with a minimal budget but would like to start having some glorious outdoor winter BBQs, then we would recommend getting electric heating for your outdoor heating needs.

(You can find a great selection of outdoor electric heaters here.)

But if you're someone that values speed and would like a more cost effective monthly expense, then gas heating might be the right fit for you.

(Here are the best outdoor gas heaters available.)

If you're still on the fence about electric vs gas heating and what outdoor heating systems to buy in Australia, we recommend you come to visit the friendly team at Tucker Barbecues and view our wide selection of outdoor heating options.

Cheers!

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