Warehouse Heating with Cross Rental Services

What temperature should a warehouse be? Regulations for working in the cold.

Warehouse heating is vital during the winter. According to the government website; ‘During working hours the temperature in all indoor workplaces must be reasonable. There’s no law for minimum or maximum working temperatures, e.g. when it’s too cold or too hot to work. However, guidance suggests a minimum of 16ºC or 13ºC if employees are doing physical work.’

How to heat a warehouse.

When it comes to warehouse heating you can be assured that Cross Rental Services will have a hire solution to achieve your requirements. Our expert team can advise to the units you will need to successfully heat the space.

What should I hire to heat a warehouse?

At Cross Rental Services we have a great range of large and small heaters, allowing you to achieve maximum results for your specific requirements.

Check out our full range here: https://crossrental.co.uk/product-category/heating-air-conditioning-hire/heaters/

Cross Rental Services installation teams have been busy installing warehouse heating projects in a variety of nationwide locations. Our range of indirect heating products, boilers and AHU’s can deliver heating solutions for any size warehouse

Small warehouse heating solution at a glance:

Our FF42 Electric Fan Heater is a great solution for small to medium sized area heating; a simple plug in and go unit with a built in adjustable thermostat.

Large warehouse heating at a glance:

One of our larger units is the Jumbo 235 a heat exchanger designed with high performance fans which ensure high efficiency; ideal for delivering fast effective heating to warehouses, workshops & industrial units.