Don’t let the weather ruin a special occasion

Heating Information

There is a popular and generally misguided conception about the features, benefits and needs for marquee heating of a temporary structure. Many a seemingly successful summer event is ruined by the rush for extra layers as the sun sets. Please be aware that many guests don’t bring coats or wraps to summer events – in our opinion neither should they need to.

Heating

Food for thought listed below are the sunset times for 2014……(whilst you are here, it is worthwhile to note that these are also extremely relevant when considering your marquee lighting).

  • Early April 19.41
  • Late April 20.09
  • Early May 20.30
  • Late May 20.53
  • Early June 21.10
  • Late June 21.20
  • Early July 21.20
  • Late July 21.03
  • Mid-August 20.28
  • Late August 19.59
  • Early September 19.28

Our marquee heaters are installed and maintained by specialist heating engineers. They have researched and developed a market leading modern heater portfolio. The heaters are silenced equipment, barely visible within the marquee, with covers to discreetly sit outside the marquee and thermostatically controlled. They are a far cry away from the other available run of the mill marquee heating systems.

In order to keep you warm from our cool breezy summer nights, or keep the chill away from a brisk winter we thoroughly advise that you consider our recommendations.

Marquee Hire modern silenced heaters with low profile diffusers are a far cry from the usual run of the mill marquee heating; as a result they are perfect for winter marquee hire.

For larger scale events marquee hire can also offer a more substantial marquee heating option to re-circulate the air within the temporary structure.

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