Tuesday 25 September 2012

Electric Fireplaces

Bringing life into a living room, fireplaces not only provide warmth but bring a cosy glow into the room. Electric fireplaces offer both of these without having to burn gas, wood or coal. Ideal for those possibly without a chimney or gas connection!

Different styles
  • Electric stove
    With a design based on the classic wood-burning stove, the electric stoves version is both versatile and practical, making them a very popular choice. The realistic flame effect is enhanced by the real looking coal or log fuel bed, and the fire itself can either be hearth-mounted or positioned on the floor. Unlike a real fire, the brightness and heat can be adjusted to achieve just the right effect to suit your home. With Electric stoves ranging in appearance from MDF with a Cast-Iron effect, to authentic cast iron electric stoves.
  • Inset electric fires
    These fires can be fitted into a fireplace opening or secured flat against a wall. Inset electric fires are ideal for replacing an old gas or electric fire within an existing fireplace. They also work well in conjunction with a surround set. Like the electric stove, the inset fire has a realistic flame effect, along with a coal, log  or pebble fuel bed.
  • Wall-hung electric fires
    These fireplaces have a more modern design than traditional fireplaces, making them perfect if you don't have enough space for a surround set. Being wall-hung, these fires don't need to be placed within a fireplace opening, which means you can put them wherever you like in your room. These stylish and practical fires are available in an incredible range of styles and finishes, ranging from Black Glass to Mirrored Glass and even to stone effect.
  • Electric fire suite
    A fireplace makes a room feel more welcoming and with a surround and mantelpiece you can complete the look. These fireplaces feature real wood veneers and marble-effect back panels and hearths, for a classy and traditional style.Electric Suites are now available with an electric stove.

The amount of heat your electric fire generates will depend on its power, which is measured in kilowatts, The most heat you will normally get from an electric fire is 2kW, this is because they traditionally all use a standard 13-amp socket you have at home. Most fires are fan assisted and often have several heat settings. The no-heat setting gives the atmospheric flickering glow of a fireplace without the heat. Some models can even be remote controlled for added convenience.

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