Fires: Gas Fires, Solid Fuel & Coal Fires
Having a warm, inviting fire in your home not only provides your room with a wonderful focal point but also comfort and warmth on a cold, wet winter’s day. They add character and style to your property and will keep you warm and snug, regardless of what’s going on outside.
The beauty of both gas fires and electric fires is that they provide you with the same cosy feeling as a traditional fire but are far easier to maintain and use. Many gas fires also contain a real flame, which just adds to their charm too, and with such a vast array of fires available from us, there will be one to suit your home and personal taste.
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FAQS: FIRES FOR HOMES & BUSINESSES
As the UK’s premier fireplace showroom, we stock a fantastic range of fires, including natural gas, LPG, living flame and more, providing you with a heat source for your room that is reliable and easy to use and will retain its style for many years to come.
You can select a fire that suits your heating requirements and your design preferences and then purchase one of our fires safely and securely online from the comfort of your own home. For more information, contact us on 0844 334 9655 today.
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What is cheaper gas or electric fire?
Electric fires are generally cheaper to buy and install than a gas fire. However, gas fires are cheaper to operate, due to gas costing less than electricity. For a cheaper installation, take a look at the electric fire range.Alternatively, for a cost effective solution, opt for a gas fire instead.
Can a fire be installed in a bedroom?
Can I add a fan to my wood-burning fireplace?
Yes, we stock fans for fireplaces.
Are convector fires better than non convector fires?
Convector Fires are more efficient than radiant fires as they draw air through a double skinned box and convect warm air back into the room, sometimes radiant fires can feel warmer when stood directly in front of them 1 – 2meters away
Does an open fire need a guard?
There is no need for fireguard as long as it has a hearth of the correct specification. If you have children or pets at home, then it is recommended you opt for a fire guard.
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