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  • Braemar Eco-Superstar WF25 Heaters

    Delve into the comforting warmth of this Braemar Eco-Superstar WF25 heater. This is a built-in natural gas product, which enables saving money with more efficient energy. It has a remote and features a thermostat. This is perfect for great temperature regulation. This product has overheat…

  • Braemar Ecostar WF30 Heaters

    One of Australia's most attractive and functional wall furnace heating systems, the WF30 is an ideal replacement for existing wall furnaces and is able to heat up to 90m2.

  • Braemar SH18 Heaters

    Enjoy the comforting warmth of this Braemar SH18 heater. This product runs on gas, which enables saving money with more efficient energy. It has a heat output of 4.3 kW and uses a fan to blow out hot air, so Braemar SH18 more efficiently circulates heat. The overheat protection function enables…

  • Braemar SH25 Heaters

    Enjoy the blanketing warmth of this Braemar SH25 heater. This is a natural gas product, allowing you to save money with more efficient energy. It has a thermostat and features overheat protection, so this product shuts down before it reaches unsafe temp. With a 6-kW heat output, you can optimally…


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What to look out for when shopping for your next heater Heaters vary quite extensively in a number of ways — price, size, efficiency and source-type to name a few — so make sure you’re getting the right model for your space to avoid overwhelming electricity or gas prices, or a cold and dreary room. Heaters can rely on gas, oil, electricity or fan-powered energy in order to heat your house or room, and each of these comes with its own perks and drawbacks. Most significantly, the initial cost as well as the cost of running these heaters will vary considerably between these different types, as will their impact on the environment. Where applicable, you should check out the energy star ratings for an indicator of this. If you’re planning on heating outdoor areas, or larger indoor spaces, you’re obviously going to need a more powerful unit and the costs will reflect this. If you’ve got a large outdoor space, it could be worth considering a portable heater that you can place near your outdoor table and chairs, and move around the patio as you please.