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Deck & Dock Propane Heaters – Dos and Don’ts

For chilly nights and colder temperatures when blankets may not be enough, you may want to invest in a propane heater. However, there are some simple dos and don'ts to follow when using a propane heater on your dock or deck.

For chilly nights and colder temperatures when blankets may not be enough, you may want to invest in a propane heater. They’re safe and portable, just make sure to follow the instruction manual. While they’re safe on our polypropylene decks and docking solutions there are a few do’s and don’ts to consider.

Do:

  • Read the instruction manual 
  • Look for safety features such as a construction that avoids tipping, especially in windy conditions.
  • Consider heaters that are made of weather-proof materials or include covers to prevent damage.
  • Think about how you’ll be using the heater and about any special features that may be helpful, such as wheels for easy mobility or a remote to control temperature.

Don’t:

  • Don’t place propane heaters near flammable objects or materials, such as fabrics and gas tanks.
  • Don’t place indoors and make sure the heater is positioned in a well-ventilated space.
  • If using a portable/movable heater, don’t drag the heater across your deck when in use

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