How can I heat my garden studio?

A garden studio is the perfect space for relaxing or working. You can take a short walk down the garden to your outdoor studio, and then you can spend the day doing as you please in a quiet and peaceful space.

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The only downside to a garden studio is the cold. Garden studios can get very cold during the winter and at night, but thankfully, there are various heating options for you to consider.

The Best Heating Options For Garden Studios

Here are four of the most efficient heating options for your garden studio.

Gas heaters

Gas heaters have been around for decades, but they are still one of the best heating options. This is because they produce a lot of heat in a small amount of time, and they are very affordable. However, you must take care not to place items on top of the heater or right in front of it. You will also need somewhere to store the heater when you are not using it.

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Infrared heating panels

Infrared heating panels have been popular in Europe for over a decade, but they have only recently become popular in the UK. Infrared heat will warm up people and objects (like the sun does) rather than the air in the room. The air will heat up as a secondary effect, but most of the warmth will be on your body.

Infrared panels are perfect for a small garden studio, as they are fitted onto the ceiling above, so they don’t take up any floor space.

If you want to invest in your own garden studio, research garden studios and rooms online.

Wood burner

Wood burners are one of the most beautiful ways to heat a room, but they do require a lot of time and effort. This is because you will have to remember to buy wood for the burner, and if the wood runs out, you won’t be able to use the burner until you buy more.

Wood burners can also be more dangerous than other heating options. According to The Huffington Post, fireplace smoke contains carbon monoxide, fine soot, formaldehyde, sulfur dioxide and carcinogens.

Electric heating panels

Electric heating panels are also well suited to small spaces, as you can put them on the ceiling. They can also be fitted on the walls or skirting boards.

Richard Anderson


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