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Providing your outdoor entertainment area with beautifully designed and economically viable products driven by principled business practices is what the Outdoor Heater Store works very hard to successfully accomplish. Our natural gas heater line allows our customers to choose from an alternative fuel source, while saving money and using existing infrastructure that utilizes an American product.

Natural gas patio heaters offer the convenience of a steady gas supply without the need to continually refill your propane tank. It is also a great way to save energy while enjoying your outdoor areas. Almost all propane models we carry are also available in natural gas.
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Patio Comfort - S/S or Bronze Portable Heater
Patio Comfort - Portable Natural Gas Heater w/ Push Button Ignition
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Patio Comfort - Portable Heater - Stainless Steel or Antique Bronze
Patio Comfort- Stainless Steel Permanent Heater
Patio Comfort - Stainless Steel Permanent Natural Gas Heater w/ Push Button Ignition
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Patio Comfort - Stainless Steel Permanent Natural Gas Heater w/ Push Button Ignition
SUNGLO Black Permanent Post NG Heater
Sunglo - Black Permanent Post NG Heater
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Sunglo Black Permanent Post NG Heater
Sunglo - Black Permanent Natural Gas Heater
Sunglo -Permanent Natural Gas Heater PSA265V
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Sunglo - Permanent Natural Gas Heater
SUNGLO Stainless Steel Permanent Post NG Heater
Sunglo - Stainless Steel Permanent Post NG Heater
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Sunglo Stainless Steel Permanent Post NG Heater
Sunglo - Portable Natural Gas Heater
Sunglo - Portable Natural Gas Heater A242 - Available in Multiple Colors
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Sunglo - Portable Natural Gas Heater
Sunglo - Black Permament Natural Gas Heater
Sunglo -Permanent Natural Gas Heater w/ Auto Ignition PSA265V-E-Series
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Sunglo -Permanent Natural Gas Heater w/ Auto Ignition
Sunpak I Heater - Black 25,000 BTU Infrared Heater
Sunpak Patio Heater S25 - Black 25,000 BTU Direct Spark Infrared Heater
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Sunpak Black 25,000 BTU Direct Spark Infrared Heater
SunPak Heater - Black 34,000 BTU Infrared Heater
Sunpak Patio Heater S34 - Black 34,000 BTU Direct Spark Infrared Heater
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Sunpak Black 34,000 BTU Direct Spark Infrared Heater
Sunpak I Heater - Steel 25,000 BTU Infrared Heater
Sunpak Patio Heater S25 S - Stainless Steel 25,000 BTU Direct Spark Infrared Heater
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Sunpak Stainless Steel 25,000 BTU Direct Spark Infrared Heater
   
 
What is it?    
Natural gas is created over millions of years by the pressurizing of organic material that eventually undergoes a thermal breakdown. This breakdown results in many hydrocarbons, the lightest of which becomes the main component of natural gas: methane. These pockets of hydrocarbon gas are found naturally above petroleum deposits and deep underground natural rock formations.

Rocks to Home?
Natural gas works much like infrared heat, in that it naturally flows from the highest pressure to the lowest pressure available (infrared rays naturally transfers heat to  the coldest body from the warmest one). Using this law, the natural gas infrastructure is designed to move natural gas from collection points to gathering lines, that look much like tree branches, growing smaller as it moves away from the source. Within the gathering lines an internal combustion process pushes the gas through the lines to a transmission system. This system is built very much like our interstate highways, except it is all underground. The transmission system then delivers the gas to gate stations which readies it for residential and commercial use. Gate stations slow gas pressure as it channels it into distribution centers where we monitor and measure it constantly to maintain consistency and efficiency for home and business use.


Why?
Natural gas use merits arguments of existing infrastructure and use, efficiency, lower carbon emissions and American produced energy. During the housing boom and up to 2008, 70% of new homes were built with natural gas heating systems, whether it be for appliances or complete furnace and hot water heater systems. Almost ½ of all homes within the United States have some kind of access to natural gas for a fuel source and nearly all business enjoy the same. Existing infrastructure means  installing natural gas heaters to your backyard or establishment is extremely easy while also  avoids the issue of managing tanks.

In 1997 the EPA conducted a test to measure the amount of gas that gets lost from the well to the consumer. Even then, they found that only 1.4 percent of energy slips through the cracks. Today, due to the ability to maximize every part of the distribution line with modern technology, that number is dwindling. . Methane, the main component of natural gas, is highly effective in retaining heat, up to 25 times more than CO2 over a 100 year timescale. Natural gas heaters use over 90% of the heat they create, making this fuel source one of the most efficient on the market today..
Natural gas produces 43 percent fewer carbon emissions than coal for each unit of energy consumed. Most of the natural gas contained and used is produced right here in the United States. Those that stand by American products and innovation can invest in natural gas as a way to support their own economy, here at home.

Innovation is Usually by Accident
When Columbus set out to discover what is now America, his intention was to find a shorter trade route to the Indies. When Alexander Flemming left a messy lab to go on a 2 week vacation, he returned to find one of the first ever life-saving antibiotics. While Percy Spencer was observing a magnetron (a tube that powers radar equipment) in one of his labs at Raytheon Company shortly after WWII, he noticed the waves emitted melted the candy bar in his pocket. After experimenting a little farther, Spencer successfully created the microwave oven.

From the discovery of the United States to penicillin to the microwave oven, the majority of ingenious scientific inventions of history came to us by accident. Investing in newer technologies and new sources of energy is the only way we will find our next accidental innovation towards progression and a new age of renewable fuel sources.

Why We Do What We Do
The Outdoor Heater Store provides you with natural gas heaters for your outdoor comfort experience that maintains higher efficiency, less carbon emissions and an investment into newer technologies. We know that your choices are a combination of principles and thoughtful action that both inspire and drive us to deliver you the best solutions available.