We removed an old fashioned wooden surround and gas fire and replaced with a Modern Gazco Riva 2600 and and carved natural limestone fireplace.
As a supplier of quality fires and fireplaces, Eco Fires and Stoves were delighted to find out the October is National Fireplace Month! With the weather turning chilly, it’s the perfect time to curl up in front of a fire,
With the wide range of gas fireplaces available today, choosing the right one for your home can be an intimidating task. So how do you go about picking the right fire for your needs? What to look for when choosing a gas fire.
Here are some tips on choosing a gas fire for your home.
Firstly, the type of gas fireplace:
Although a modern gas fire can be fitted into virtually any property, the type of fire suitable for your home will depend on the type of flue, or whether you have a flue at all.
If you live in an older property, pre-1960, you will almost certainly have a traditional fireplace and chimney as the main flue. Make sure it hasn't been blocked off by a previous owner to help retain warmth.
As solid fuel fires went out of vogue in the 1970's and central heating became the norm, fireplaces and chimneys were replaced with flat walls, and what are known as pre-cast flues. These are hollow concrete blocks which run up inside the cavity wall to the roof and a raised ridge tile, which allows the noxious gases to vent to the outside.
Finally, you may well live in a modern house with no flue. Even so, there are now a large range of balanced flues gas fires available, which will suit your purpose.
But don't worry our experienced staff can give you all the advice you need when it comes to fitting the gas fire of your choice.
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So, now we know the type of fire that…
Visit our Gas Fire and Wood Burning showroom in Chuch Crookham, Nr. Fleet Hampshire to see a wide range of working fires. The fire below is The Eclipse 100 gas fire comes with a Programmable thermostatic remote control to give you complete control