Keep warm and cozy with our selection of heaters for your home or garage. Read our guide to learn which is best for you and your home.

Warm Up Your Space

Discover wood or pellet stoves for a rustic feel. Go modern with portable electric heaters, like space heaters or baseboard heaters, or find which garage heater works for your needs.

What to Look for When Purchasing a Heater

  • British Thermal Units (BTU) measure how much heat the unit puts out. The BTU rating determines how much space the unit can heat safely and effectively.
  • Variable settings allow you to set the unit's heat output and its energy/fuel consumption. During warmer periods or in smaller spaces, you can turn the heater down and conserve energy/fuel while maintaining a comfortable temperature.
  • Built-in blowers and fans or oscillating units distribute heat more evenly over a greater area, thus saving energy/fuel and increasing the overall comfort level in the space being heated.
  • Portability is an important feature when you only want to heat or supplement the heat in specific areas. Having the ability to easily move the heater from one place to another allows you to heat only the area you choose.
  • Built-in safety features, such as automatic shutoffs, anti-tipping devices, and heat guards, make heaters much more user-friendly and give you peace of mind.

Important: Wood stoves, fireplaces, and other heating devices that use wood or pellets are banned in some cities and municipalities. Review the regulations applicable to your area before any wood stove installation or replacement.

Wood Stove Heaters

Traditional wood stoves burn logs from 18 to 22 inches long to generate heat. Some stoves have glass fronts that allow you to enjoy the dancing flames while taking advantage of superior heating. Look for a stove with an ash drawer to make clean-up easier and safer.



Pellet Stoves

Pellet stoves burn specially manufactured hardwood pellets that produce a lot of heat and very little ash. They are also considered to be more environmentally friendly than natural wood because they are made of recycled material.

Electric Heaters

White modern baseboard heater in a bedroom

Baseboard Heaters

Baseboard heaters are individual units that attach to your baseboard and can act as a supplemental heater for a room that is drafty or colder than other rooms. They are available in multiple sizes.

Note: Do not install near flammable materials and always follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
Black portable heater on a desk

Portable and Space Heaters

Portable and space heaters are electric heaters that are not installed directly to a wall and are mobile. Some personal heaters come with blowers and oscillating features that allow them to project heat over a larger area quickly. Portable and space heaters are a good choice for heating specific areas quickly.
Modern wall-mounted electric fireplace

Electric Fireplaces

Electric fireplaces come with hearths and mantles that simulate actual wood-burning fireplaces without the expense of adding a brick and mortar fireplace. These heaters combine the convenience of electric heat with the comfort and ambience of a traditional wood-burning fireplace.

Types of Electric Heat

  • Fan: Fan heat forces air through the unit with rotating fans and circulate it throughout the room. This is the type of heat is best for large rooms.
  • Radiant: Radiant heat uses heating elements that emit infrared radiation. It can reach high temperatures
  • Oil: An oil-filled heater is a form of convection heater, where the heating element heats up the oil which then heats the metal wall, then flows through the cavities of the heater. Oil reaches high temperatures.

Garage and Shop Heaters

Garage and shop heaters use more energy than forced-air heaters. They are used to heat up garages and shops in the colder months, allowing you to work year-round or store liquids and houseplants without worrying about anything freezing.
Garage forced air propane heater

Gas and Propane

These garage and shop heaters are powered through gas and propane. They are powerful, durable, and come in a variety of sizes. This is the best option if your gas line is easily accessible.
Electric garage heater


The easiest to install, electric garage heaters are powered through your electrical supply and convert electricity to heat. They come in various sizes and energy efficient options.
Kerosene forced air garage heater


Kerosene garage heaters are the best option if natural gas isn’t readily available. They are a budget-friendly option and run more efficiently than gas or propane heaters.

Note: Make sure your garage or shop is well ventilated.

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