Hire Heaters

Everyone wants a cosy home, whether you want to boost the heating levels in your house or your boiler is on the blink and you need some form of temporary heating we will help you choose the right heaters to hire. You can also hire commercial heaters which come in handy when trying to complete a job and perfect for all weather conditions.


1. Catalytic Cabinet Heater

These heaters run off gas bottles therefore doesn’t require an electricity supply and they are easily portable. The Catalytic Cabinet Heater will heat a medium size space and can be used almost anywhere e.g. schools, shops, offices, hospitals. 

2. Electric convector Heater

If you prefer to use an electric heater this could be an option for you, these tend to be used as a one off heating solution.

3. Portable Fan Heater

Portable fan heaters are the lightest and most portable type of heater… simply plug it in and you’re ready to go! These are the perfect choice for the home as they can provide a short, sharp bursts and  keep the running costs down. They are also an ideal choice for commercial premises where safety is important.

4. Commercial Infrared Heaters

This is a direct form of heat which works in the same way as the sun warms the Earth, heating objects and people regardless of the temperature of the air. It’s highly efficient and great for temporary heating in industrial areas e.g drying plaster or paintwork. This becomes a low-cost heat source that isn’t lost through drafts or pre-heating.

We only work with trusted suppliers so you can be confident that any heating equipment and any other tools you hire are in great condition.
Comparing quotes in your local area couldn’t be easier. Hire heating withDoHire.com
Once you’ve decided which heaters you need to hire, you can find them on our website https://dohire.com/hire/heating-cooling/heaters further information is available here, however if you have anymore questions why not instant message us now! 

All you do then is simply add them to your tool bag along with the dates you want to hire for and in no time at all, you can send multiple quote requests to local tool hire shops.

You’ll hear back from suppliers and can then compare the prices and be safe in the knowledge that you’re always getting the best price and it will cost you no more than going direct!



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