Fire Pits & Heaters

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Oran Outdoor Fire Pit - Black
$196.00$280.00
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Leros Outdoor Fire Pit - Black
Leros Outdoor Fire Pit - Black
$336.00$480.00
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Adeline Fire Pit
$1,199.00
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Rodeway South - Fire Pit
Rodeway South - Fire Pit
$408.18$546.96
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Summit Round Fire Table
Summit Round Fire Table
$1,899.99$2,875.00
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Coden 58  Fire Table - Charcoal
$2,999.99$4,299.00
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Summit Fire Table
Summit Fire Table
$1,999.99$3,450.00
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Chatham II Rectangle Fire Table
$1,999.99$3,150.00
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Summit Round Fire Table
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Canyon Firepit
$299.00
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Do you want to enjoy the great outdoors when the temperatures outside drop? It’s time to start thinking about getting an outside heater for your garden or patio. Outdoor heaters are a great accessory to add to your garden. They enable you to spend time outside when it’s chilly. Depending on the outdoor space you have available, you have a few different options when it comes to outdoor heating. Whether you need a small outdoor patio heater or a bigger fire pit for the garden, find everything you need and more at furniture.com.

But before you make your purchase, there are a few things you need to know about patio heaters and fire pits. Read our guide to learn more.



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F.A.Q.

Where should you place a space heater?

Place your space heater on the floor on a flat, hard surface. This location should be at least three feet away from flammable materials, such as bedding and curtains. 


You should also put the space heater in a low-traffic area where it won't get knocked over accidentally. To increase safety, create a three-foot buffer around the heater that prevents children and pets from touching it. 


Additionally, place your space heater close to an electrical outlet so you can easily plug it in. To prevent overheating, don't plug anything else into the outlet when the heater is in use. 


Finally, avoid placing the space heater in a garage, shed, or workshop. These areas often contain combustible materials such as cleaning materials, gas cans, and paints.

What types of space heaters are available?

There are five main types of space heaters: 


Ceramic heaters: These heaters use electricity to heat metal coils and blow warm air. They are compact and easy to move between rooms. However, they work best in small spaces and dry out the air. 


Convection heaters: These use heating elements and air circulation to produce warmth. They effectively heat large spaces and typically operate quietly. 


Infrared heaters: These use electromagnetic radiation to produce and emit heat. They’re energy efficient and warm spaces rapidly without noisy fans. They work best for heating nearby people and objects, not whole rooms.  


Radiator heaters: These use electricity to heat oil inside sealed tubes. They’re quiet and efficient but get hot to the touch, so it's important to be careful as they may cause burns. 


Combination heaters: These use two or more heating techniques, so they're more flexible and versatile than heaters that rely on a single technology. For example, they can combine infrared heating with convection fans.

How much space do I need for a heater?

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends placing a space heater at least three feet away from curtains, furniture, papers, and other flammable materials. 


It's also essential to choose a space heater designed for your room size. Experts advise using 10 watts per square foot. That means a 10x10 room will need a space heater with at least 1,000 watts.