I believe the directions are explicit that there should not be anything within 3 or 4 feet above it. We have moved ours right outside our deck and then tilt the hood so the heat goes in our deck area but there is nothing over the top of the heater. So far it has worked well.
In an outdoor setting there are too many variables to accurately state temperatures that would be felt in any given situation. Patio Heaters are designed to provide radiant heat so that the surfaces are heated and not the air between them as it is of no use heating air outdoors. Our Heat Focus patio heaters allow you to focus that radiant heat where it is needed so that you get more heat where it’s needed while allowing you to reduce the setting and consume less gas
You do not have to wait until your heater is dry to connect the tank and light
If the heater is in stock, yes you may order online and collect at your local store
It has wheels!! Just tilt it and roll it wherever you want.
It has a top cover that is included and that's all you need. The rest of the parts can get wet and not effect performance.
Yes it can be used on a wooden deck with no problems at all. The only thing is you can't have a flammable ceiling above the heater unless it is 9 feet or higher. The heat goes up and the heater cone is over 6 feet off the deck.
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I can think of two things it might be. One might be the thermocoupler is not close enough to the flame to keep the valve open. Second thing might be the anti tilt switch is too sensitive and shutting the unit off.