Marquee heater hire provides indirect diesel heaters for safe, effective & efficient outdoor heating. We offer complete packages with the marquee heater, ducting, thermostat & flue together - giving you everything you need to heat a marquee, tent, or any other temporary structure or space.
Marquee heaters are perfect for outdoor parties, weddings, fundraisers, markets, and all other occasions or events. These powerful heaters are expensive to buy and take up a lot of room for storage, making hire easy and convenient for most situations. You can also use them for heating factories, warehouses, and worksites, keeping guests and employees warm and comfortable at night and during colder weather.
Indirect fired diesel space heaters are the industry standard for large outdoor, semi-outdoor, and temporary spaces. They produce large volumes of 100% clean, fume-free warm air to heat the entire space in an effective and safe way. Electric fan heaters are too small to heat a large space unless you have three-phase power, and direct diesel and direct gas heaters are not safe to use in enclosed spaces. Indirect heaters are the perfect solution.
The heaters are portable, and you place them outside the area you want to heat. The warm air blows out of the front of the heater, and you vent it into the space through flexible ducting. A flue system exhausts fumes produced during combustion out of the top of the heater and into the open, ensuring that the warm air is completely clean and safe. A remote thermostat will allow you to check and alter the temperature as needed.
We offer the heaters on their own and we offer complete marquee heater package which include the heater along with ducting, flues, rain cowls, thermostats, and an RCD or transformer.
From 1st April 2022, our suppliers will only fuel machines with white diesel. This is due to new government guidelines.
If you, as the hirer, refuel any equipment while it is in your possession, it must be with WHITE DIESEL.
YOU MUST NOT USE RED DIESEL IN HIRED MACHINES OR EQUIPMENT.
If you return a machine refuelled with rebated diesel, suppliers will have to remove and dispose of the fuel. They must also flush the tank and supply lines before they can refuel them. The process is chargeable, with no exceptions.