Fire & Stove Buying Guide

Fuel Types

Electric

 Child & Pet Friendly

 Easy to install (Plug & Go)

 Compatible with any Fireplace Material

 Simple Touch Controls

 Low Maintenance

 Smaller Heat Output

 Simulated Flames

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Gas Fireplace

Gas

 Real Flames

 Various Control Options

 High Heat Outputs

 Can be Costly

 Potential risk with pets and children

 Requires maintenance and annual service

Multi-Fuel

 Can be Cheaper to Run

 Real Flames

 Utilise Different Fuels

 High Heat Outputs

 Can be used in conjunction with central heating

 Potential Risk with Pets and Children

 Requires Maintenance

Multifuel Stove

Know Your Fire

Outset

Free Standing Electric Fire

Inset

Gas Fire

Outset gas fires have a very high-efficiency rating. they sit in front of the fireplace on the hearth allowing more heat to be released into the room. They connect to the flue using a closure plate.

Inset fires sit inside the fireplace, this gives the fire an almost flush finish and suitable for installations that have a back panel and fire surround.

Wall Mounted

Wall Mounted Fire

Free-Standing

Free Standing Fire

A wall mounted fire is designed to be attached to an interior wall. Wall Hung fires are contemporary and usually have a very low profile.

Free-Standing Fires are easy to setup and maintain. They can also be transported easily. Some of our Free-Standing Fires can be wall hung.

Know Your Controls

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Touch Control

Control your fireplace with a touch remote. Ease of use for the less able.

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Standard Remote

Control your fireplace with a remote. Ease of use for the less able.

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Slide Control

Control your fireplace with a simple slider.

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Fully Sequenced Remote

Control your fireplace with a fully sequenced remote. Ease of use for the less able.

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