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When you are looking for a new elegant gas fire to warm up a common room in your home on a cold evening, the Flavel Emberglow gas fire is a wonderful choice. This beautifully detailed glass fronted gas fire produces an amazing 4.3 kW of heat, while remaining energy efficient. It offers a net energy efficiency of up to 78 percent even with the high heat output. This gas fire is made of cast iron and features small windows on each side of the unit. You will be able to see the flames from most of the angles in your room.This gas fire uses a manual electronic ignition switch that is battery powered. If you prefer you can order this gas fire with a remote control unit to ignite and control the flame effect. You can find it on the bottom of the unit or on the side. You can use it with a real chimney, prefabricated chimney and, pre-cast flues.
|Control Type||Manual Control or remote control option|
|Gas Fire Designs||No|
Customer Reviews 5 item(s)
- Dad's happy
We didn't think you could buy these fires anymore but visited The Fireplace Warehouse and they had several on display and my dad chose the Emberglow and is well suited with it.
Review by Ruth / (Posted on 23/08/2018)
- emberglow fire
I wanted a new fire for the mother in law this was similar to what she was used to nice build quality to it
Review by mr g halliwell / (Posted on 24/06/2018)
- Hot fire great price
I wanted a high efficiency fire which was a bit stove looking spotted this black cast fire in the burnley shop, had it installed on Friday 15th June by Danny and it really does look fantastic
Review by Sheila Barnes / (Posted on 16/06/2018)
- Great hot fire
My elderly parents are over the moon with this fire. From going into the Hazel Grove Showroom to it being fitted was 8 days. Fantastic service from start to finish.
Review by Poppy Ellis / (Posted on 30/05/2018)
Does just what it sez on the tin. Nice & hot & easy for me elderly parents to use. Nice to see a 7 year warranty now instead of the 3 years that was originally advertised
Review by Daniel Carrington / (Posted on 13/05/2018)