modern outdoor gas heaters

Transporting Your Modern Outdoor Gas Heaters Safely

Modern outdoor gas heaters are big, bulky and hard to move from place to place. One of the most common misconceptions is that these heaters just stop working when you move them to a new location.

Actually, there are so many things that can go wrong with a heater that you would be silly not to have a spare one somewhere around. If you ever need to move it, make sure you do it safely. Even though it’s heavy, it’s easy to carry.

If you do happen to move it to a new place, make sure the fuel tank is not leaking. Some heaters have an option that lets you remotely control the flow of fuel. Make sure the tank isn’t leaking. If you’re moving it, do not put any bags on it.

Once the fuel tank is empty, fill it up with gas. Make sure the tank is level and it is ready for use. The fuel should be completely burned before you use it again.

If the gas begins to leak, it will damage the unit and could result in a fire. It will also prevent the unit from working at full capacity. You need to check the system for leaks regularly.

Next, get the natural gas shut off to the unit. Some heaters have built in safety features. While it’s important to shut off the natural gas, you should never turn it off completely.

This is because once the burner stops burning, the unit will go into automatic storage mode. It will stay this way until you are able to restart it. If you don’t shut off the natural gas, the unit will overheat, which could result in a fire. Make sure the natural gas valve is still open.

These tips will help you to safely and securely transport your modern outdoor gas heaters. They should last as long as they are properly cared for. And it will definitely be easier to find these heaters if you know where to look.