MODERN GAS FIRE FAQS
Glamorous built in the wall gas fires, are recent additions to modern interior design. Like a piece of art, they seem to hang mesmerizingly on your wall. They look smart and intriguing by day but it is on chilly days or evenings, and when they are lit they really come to life, as their bright warmth draws the eye and the heart towards them, transforming your house into a home.
If you have seen a gas fire that catches your eye, but would like to know more, you can get in touch with one of our friendly experts. Give us a call on 0844 334 9655, or come visit us in one of our showrooms in Burnley, Bolton, Oldham or Stockport.
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How much does it cost to put in a contemporary gas fire?
A contemporary gas fire installation cost will depend on the size and design you are having implemented. It is recommended that any gas appliance is fitted by specialist fitting company and The Fireplace Warehouse can offer you just that! Our experts can fit in your contemporary gas fire, no matter how complicated.
Many contemporary gas fires have the advantage of not needing a chimney breast. If your home has an outdated gas fire that you want to replace then one of the new designs can be fitted to the pre-cast flue or you could opt for one of the flueless gas fires. Most also come with programmable remote controls so you can vary the amount of heat they give out, controlling the temperature of your room as well as the fire's running costs. For more information about our fitting service, give us a call on 0844 334 9655.
What is the most popular modern gas fire?
Whether you have an idea on the modern gas fire you desire or you are just looking for some inspiration, many browse our collection depending on the interior they have in their home. So, if you’re looking for the perfect modern gas fire to suit your property, our experts can help you. Come visit us in one of our showrooms in Burnley, Bolton, Oldham or Stockport and we will be happy to lend you our advice!
Do modern gas fires have a pilot light?
As pilot lights are renowned for unnecessarily wasting quite a lot of gas, all modern gas fires have a pilot light that is lit using a piezo igniter rather than lighting with a match to help limit this loss.
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