If you are the owner of a portable building or if you are currently looking at portable buildings for sale and considering becoming a portable building owner, today you are in luck. As many of you will already be aware portable buildings come with numerous benefits, however can be cold in the winter. Don’t worry though, today we are going to be providing some great tips for all looking to keep their modular and portable buildings warm this winter… Keep on reading to find out how!

Top Tips

  • You should ensure that you portable building has adequate insulation before you attempt any other methods of keeping it warm. Without insulation, no matter what other heating methods you attempt, heating will be lost and in turn you will end up losing money.
  • After you have insulated your portable building you can start to look at other methods of keeping it warm. Electric heaters are a good option, including fan heaters and radiators. Of course you could invest in a wood burner, but this would likely cost you more money, and most people with portable buildings look to warm them up affordably.
  • If your portable building has windows and doors you need to ensure that these are of the highest quality, double glazed with no gaps for air to get through. It pays to invest in high quality windows and doors.
  • The little things can make a difference. Getting thick carpets and curtain in your portable building could make it feel slightly warmer. Some flooring materials such as wood and tiles can be freezing in winter, carpet however can provide a little bit of extra warmth.
  • Stick the kettle on. Everyone knows that drinking brews can make us feel warmer when it is cold. Get a kettle in your portable building and ensure that you constantly have a supply of brew making products on hand.

These are only some of the ways to warm up portable buildings this winter too – If you are looking to boast the warmest ever portable building why not chat to your portable building supplier whom should be able to assist you. Let us know if you know of any other ways to keep modular buildings warm during winter – We are sure that everyone reading will greatly appreciate your assistance.