As a Gas Safe Registered company, we can carry out your Gas Fire Installation from a small idea to a stunning end product. Benefits to choosing a Gas Fireplace include...
Unlike a stove, a gas fireplace has constant heat supply.
With a gas fireplace you will never have to buy or chop firewood.
No logs means no ashes or flyaways that you have to clean.
A gas fireplace can save at least 25% on your energy bill.
Easy to Work
A gas fireplace can be turned on and off with the flip of a switch unlike a wood burning stove that can take hours to burn out or even burn out without notice.
The environment benefits nicely from a gas fireplace because there are much less fumes and particles that are being released into the air (and into your home).
There are numerous designs and styles in gas fireplaces that can add value to your home and look beautiful at the same time. From natural looking logs to beautiful grates, gas fireplace design has come a long way in recent years.
A gas fireplace has more flexibility on location as a chimney is not always needed...both flueless and balanced flue options are available, meaning they can be fitted anywhere within your property.
There are gas fireplace models that have a blower already built in which helps to circulate the warm air throughout the home and not just in the area where the unit is placed.
There are manufacturers that produce gas fireplaces with a remote control similar to a TV remote making it easy to operate for anyone in the family.
There are parts of the UK that are now 'smokeless'...meaning that there are restrictions in place for the size of multi-fuel stove you can have and what you can burn in them.
The cost of installing a gas fireplace is often cheaper than a wood burning stove.
Storage of logs and coal can be a problem when owning a wood burning stove, gas appliances do not have this problem.
Good for Kids
A gas fireplace is safer for children and pets since it is controlled and there are no fly away sparks or flames.
Unlike a wood burning stove that needs to be cleaned along with the chimney due to a build-up of creosote, a gas fireplace does not.