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London Cool keeps local pool and spa specialist warm

Sometimes patio heaters are not just for glamorous events – parties, weddings, product launches etc.  One of our customers, SCP UK Ltd, needed to heat parts of their very large warehouse while they are refurbishing it and building a new trade counter.  SCP is now holding a series of open days for suppliers and invited guests and the patio heaters are proving to be useful in keeping the new display areas at a comfortable temperature.

Due to the size of the warehouse we advised that the most efficient option was to heat just the parts of the warehouse where employees are working.  We supplied SCP UK with a number of 12.5kW commercial gas patio heaters. With a 1 metre diameter heat distribution canopy, these patio heaters will each heat an area of around 12 to 15 feet.  With no electricity needed and an anti-tilt safety feature, they are ideal for a large warehouse space.

Based in Lowfield Heath, near Gatwick Airport, SCP UK has been present in Europe since 1998 and is a pool and spa specialist.  The company has 12 branches in 7 countries and employs 3,800 employees worldwide.  


Midland Cool ensures film fans were not Frozen

When the organisers of Brindleyplace Winter Film Festival wanted to ensure that filmgoers would be warm and cosy while enjoying some of their favourite Christmas films, they turned to our sister company, Midland Cool.   

Midland Cool supplied a number of patio heaters for the free outdoor Festival, which was held in Central Square, part of Birmingham’s Brindleyplace development.  Film fans were able to enjoy Christmas films such as Frozen, Elf, Home Alone and It’s a Wonderful Life on the big screen.  They did not have to worry about the cold thanks to the plentiful gas patio heaters and a supply of cosy blankets. 

The patio heaters supplied by Midland Cool were the 12.5 kW commercial patio heaters, which are ideal as they have a range of approximately 12-15 feet and an anti-tilt safety feature.  

The Festival was held in conjunction with one of Brindleyplace’s four charity partners, Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice.

Brindleyplace is home to over 26 businesses, from FTSE 100 companies to local start-ups, employing around 10,000 people.