Heating large spaces such as warehouses is always a challenge but as an employer there is nothing more important than ensuring that your employees are comfortable when working. If the temperatures drop too low you will not only notice a drop in productivity and morale, but the quality of your stock could be compromised as a result. With this in mind, there are many cost and energy efficient ways to heat a warehouse, the best of which we have shared below.
Which heating system do you need?
Radiant Heating is a popular choice for warehouses as unlike traditional heating systems, the infrared radiation targets objects and people instead of the air surrounding them. This means your employees can be at a comfortable temperature a lot quicker and for long periods of time. Usually in a warehouse seating this heating system is mounted to the walls near areas that lead outside so that the objects and people in this area aren’t as exposed to the cold temperatures.
Warm air heating is again another popular and efficient method of heating a warehouse. This system works by funnelling the air through a heat exchange and then exerting it back into the space increasing the overall temperature of the room. The hot air is distributed evenly throughout the space so that a consistently comfortable environment is created with no one area being particularly cold. One of the main reasons that this heating system is so popular is because you are given the option to have gas, electric and oil-based air heaters which work in equal efficiency. If placed correctly in your warehouse you will find that your space will be heated quickly and for a low cost. You are likely to only need one or two of these systems installed for the …Heating a Warehouse during the Winter Read More