Stainless Steel Patio Heater Just $99 Shipped on (Regularly $150)

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Hampton Bay 48000 BTU Stainless Steel Patio Heater

The Home Depot has a hot deal for cool evenings! 🔥

Head on over to where you can score this Hampton Bay Stainless Steel Patio Heater for just $99 shipped (regularly $149.99)!

This powerful outdoor propane heater produces 48000 BTU to help maintain a comfortable temperature for your patio. It has a durable stainless steel finish that will enhance any outdoor setting, and features a control valve to allow for easy temperature adjustment.

Hampton Bay 48000 BTU Stainless Steel Patio Heater

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I purchased 2 patio heaters. The directions are easy to follow, and assembly takes about an hour with more time needed to remove the protective film on the canopy sections than to put the heater together. The heater has a thermocouple so each time the heater is lit requires holding down the control knob for about 10 seconds. The lighter works great. Each heater lit on the first attempt. The amount of heat given off is impressive.

I did research online before buying this and the reviews were so helpful, so I am adding one. — I am very glad I chose this! It is beautiful and so reasonably priced. We got two, so that we could meet outside with friends or family in the fall in New England, social distancing – it comfortably heats the area of people seated within 5 or so feet around the base, maybe more (it’s still new for us). It took me about an hour to assemble. I wipe it dry after rain because one review says it can rust. It has no wheels but is easy to move, and can be secured to the ground. It works well and tho I’ve only had it a week, I am very happy.

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Comments 5

  1. Juliee

    I reaaaaallly want one or two of these, but I’m wondering 2 things. 1)how effective are they on a completely open patio (no walls or ceiling to hold heat in and 2) how expensive are they to run?

    • Patti

      I’m like you and am curious for feedback. I recently moved to a condo and would love to extend my patio use thru fall.

      • kmark

        Not sure if a condo would allow this honestly. I would check first.

  2. HillCountryGal

    We have one on an open deck and it’s wonderfully warm! Think of it as a campfire, you have to be relatively close to feel the warmth but it totally works.

  3. N V

    Dont buy this one.. no wheels. nightmare to move around.. Pay a little more and get one with wheels.

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