Delivery from £20.00 depending on date and postcode
All prices exclude VAT
Electrical Patio Heaters for hire like this are great for events where focused heat is required for your guests. The patio heater plugs directly into a standard three pin plug and has three settings to enable you to get the heat you require for your event or special occasion.
The height and angle of the lamp is also adjustable, making it easy for you to direct heat to where it is needed. Due to the power this piece of equipment requires, it is not suitable to use with extension leads or temporary power supplies as it may trip them out.
Find out more about patio heater hire delivered in the Cardiff area
We all know that the weather in Wales can be challenging, especially for an outdoor event. While we can’t guarantee sunshine for you, our patio heaters for hire will keep your guests warm. We deliver throughout Cardiff, the Vale of Glamorgan and the valleys to bring you the best outdoor heater hire without breaking your budget.
There are two main kinds of outdoor patio heaters for hire available; electric and LPG. Electric patio heaters are best used in specific enclosed spaces, as they offer a directed and focused beam of heat and need a power outlet to plug into. By contrast, outdoor gas patio heaters for hire are the best thing possible for heating up outdoor spaces. They radiate heat outwards from the heater, making them great for garden parties and the like.
Our experience has helped us rent outdoor patio heaters that are reliable and fuel efficient; we have sourced the best models possible and all have an easy to use electric ignition. We also supply 13kg LPG bottles separately so that you don’t need to worry about where to get your fuel from.
Huge spaces are best heated using a space heater for hire. These are more industrial and noisier than a standard patio heater, but kick off an enormous amount of heat which will warm up the largest space.
Hire electric patio heaters with confidence from Expo Hire South Wales
We pride ourselves on delivering equipment that is of good quality and condition at Expo Hire South Wales. To ensure these standards are met, we clean, inspect and PAT test all equipment prior to delivery. We can also provide evidence of this should you require it. it. All of our electrical products use a 3 pin UK plug, for compatibility. We advise that you check the limitations and requirements of your power supply, to ensure you do not overload the circuit.
How does delivery of patio hire work?
There is no need to be surprised by delivery and collection charges before you check out. Tap the Expo Hire South Wales logo from anywhere on the website to be taken to the homepage where you will find our carriage calculator. Tap the button to take you to the calculator page and enter your postcode to not only find out the cost of delivery and collection to your venue, but also which of our websites is closest to you. This way you do not need to worry you are paying any more than you should.
We’ve also listed every possible extra charge on the carriage calculator page. If applicable, these charges are confirmed in the checkout once you have confirmed your delivery dates and address and are itemised in full so that there are no nasty surprises.
650 W, 1350 W and 2000 W
Lamp life time
2000 - 5000 hours
160cm - 200cm
What is the price including VAT?
This item is subject to 20% VAT and therefore you will pay
each for a standard 3 day hire at checkout.
As primarily a
business-to-business supplier we advertise our prices ex-VAT as
most businesses will be able to
reclaim the VAT amount.
Do you offer discounts for if the item is hired for less than 3 Days?
No. We recommend a minimum hire period of 3 days to provide
enough time for set-up and break-down of your event, and to make sure that problems such as traffic or
adverse weather conditions do not impact on your event. If you want to hire for a shorter period than this
then we cannot offer a discount.
Do you offer discounts for Long Term Hire?
Yes, after the standard hire perion of 3 Days you will be charged
£7.00 per extra day up to day 7,
£5.25 per extra day up to day 28
and £3.50 per extra day after that.
How much security deposit do you charge?
Nothing! Unlike most of our competitors, rather than charging a large
deposit, we provide a FREE 'minor deposit waiver' scheme to
cover minor damage and loss. Excessive or negligent damage and
loss will be invoiced at 10 times the standard hire price of
the relevant items. Please read our terms and conditions for
How much do you charge for delivery?
There is a minimum charge of £20.00 for a distance up to 10 miles each way.
After that we charge £1.00 per mile each way
and an additional £20.00 for each journey on a weekend or bank holiday.
We calculate the distance using driving directions from our local base to your event postcode, so it is important that you provide the correct delivery address at checkout.
We make deliveries anytime between 8am and 8pm, however we can offer early (8am - 1pm) or late (12 noon - 6pm) slots for an additional cost calculated at checkout.
We can not guarantee more specific times unless you pay for a dedicated driver. This is individually priced on request and are subject to availability.
Can I collect from you warehouse rather than pay for delivery?
No. To ensure that your products arrive safely and correctly we offer a delivery and collection service only.
Do you have a showroom where I can view the products before ordering?
No. As we are an online-only you can view all of our products on our website. To keep our prices as low as posssible our warehouses are not open to the public.
All electrical products are cleaned, checked and PAT tested prior to
delivery. Evidence of PAT testing will be in the form of a sticker
on the plug showing the last date the product was tested.
All of our products unless otherwise clearly stated in the
description are powered by a standard three pin UK plug.
It is vitally important to check power requirements prior to
ordering. Many high powered electrical items such as ovens and patio
heaters require a large amount of power to run and can cause
problems if being run off extension cables or using temporary power
supplies such as generators.