Commercial and industrial heaters have to be reliable, efficient, and suited to the size of the building and the temperature control you require. It's a matter of comfort and safety for your employees and visitors, and it prevents your pipes, products, and equipment from freezing. 

There is no one-size-fits-all for heating solutions, which is why we carry a variety of industrial and commercial heaters with options for size, fuel source, temperature variables, and more. Choose from fixed and portable units for indoor and outdoor use, all built by the industry's top manufacturers. Take a closer look at what we have available.

About Commercial and Industrial Heaters

Our wide selection ensures you can find a commercial heater that meets your needs. 

Diesel Indirect-Fired Construction Heaters

Diesel indirect-fired construction heaters are common in enclosed spaces, as well as construction sites and warehouses, because the little CO2 these units produce is exhausted out of the workspace. It produces clean, dry air, which makes it suitable for use with drying paint, curing concrete, or anywhere you can't afford excess humidity. These indirect-fired units aren't as energy-efficient as direct-fired models, but choosing them is typically a matter of safety in a small enclosed space. 

Electric Heaters

Affordable and versatile, electric heaters are used in warehouses, storage spaces, office buildings, and more. They offer exceptional energy efficiency, even over time, and they're easy to install and use. Choose from baseboard and kickspace electric heaters, cabinet units, convectors, portable models, radiant heaters, and more. Permanent models can be mounted on the floor, wall, or ceiling, and portable models are designed to be easy to maneuver. 

Gas Heaters

Propane or natural gas heaters are efficient and reliable, making them an excellent choice for large, open spaces like workshops, warehouses, or conference rooms. Gas construction heaters are portable, lightweight, and usually don't require any electricity at all, while gas infrared heaters are used in rooms with high ceilings or poor insulation. For factories and warehouses where floor space is at a premium, gas unit heaters can be mounted on the ceiling.

Hydronic Heaters

Because they're quiet, effective, and aesthetically pleasing in a range of styles and colors, hydronic heaters are popular in entryways, lobbies, classrooms, offices, and more. Hydronic unit heaters can be controlled through a wall-mounted thermostat, and they produce heat quickly, making them a great choice in large rooms as a primary or supplementary heat source. Cabinet unit heaters and architectural hydronic heaters can be mounted on the wall, floor, or ceiling. 

Kerosene Construction Heaters

These rugged units are a go-to choice for many construction sites. They can withstand harsh outdoor conditions, and kerosene is stable and clean-burning even in the cold. Handles and wheels make it easy to move the kerosene construction heater around the job site, following your workers wherever they go. 

Oil-Fired Unit Heaters

Ceiling-mounted oil-fired unit heaters are compact but powerful. Rely on these units to efficiently produce a lot of heat in a large facility like a factory, warehouse, or boiler room. Oil-fired unit heaters are a popular choice when propane and natural gas aren't available at your facility. 

NorthStock is a leading HVAC distributor, and we're proud to maintain an unparalleled inventory of commercial and industrial heaters. You'll see every unit listed with as much information as we have about it, and our customer care team is ready to answer any additional questions you might have. Your order ships fast and free in the lower 48 states, with expedited shipping options available at checkout. Contact us to learn more about kerosene construction heaters, oil-fired unit heaters, and other industrial heating solutions, or place your order today.