Paragon P8 installed recently in Low Fell with a bespoke Perla Marble fireplace. It has an output of 4.4Kw and is 81% efficient.
Nice project we completed recently in Whitley Bay.
Inferno Fires & Stoves offer:
The focus of their gas fires is on safety & design. Safety is integrally guaranteed in the development process which has led to various patents. The many finishing touch possibilities result in the characterising Bellfires design; classy and tailor-made in detail to your living style.
Their fireplaces offer open fire place comfort with the ease of use of a gas heater: You control the fire with your remote.
British made for the British market. Infinity HD Gas Fires have the appearance of Continental fires although they are designed to work in UK households.
This new range of Infinity HD gas fires is the second generation offering of the popular range from Charlton & Jenrick.
These new fires build on the looks and performance of the original range, and now offer improved fuel beds and flame pictures. With mains electric power and improved firebox liners, these fires are designed to impress.
Being mains powered offers a number of advantages over the battery operated versions, most notably no need to be regularly replacing batteries. The lack of batteries also means reduced metal work at the front of the fire, meaning you see more flame and fuel bed, and less metal work framing your fire. The mains power is provided by a lightweight 9V cable, which will easily fit under skirting board or flooring, and plugs into a standard socket.
Should there be a power cut to your home, the fire is supplied with a battery pack that can easily be plugged into the fires power supply, by removing the cable from the transformer and connecting to the battery pack.
Choice of Logs:
Choose from realistic effect Walnut or Silver Birch logs on your Infinity HD fire.
Three Firebox Liner Options:
All four Infinity HD models give you the choice of three firebox liner options. Choose from Beige Vermiculite, Red Brick or Black Mirror Glass.
Standard or Reduced Reflectivity Glass:
All the Infinity HD gas fires are glass fronted to make them ultra efficient. You have a choice whether to have the standard glass, or the optional reduced reflectivity glass. The reduced reflectivity eliminates the majority of reflection to give the appearance of an open fire without any glass in it.
Black Glass Fascia Option:
The 480HD, 780HD and 800HD all have an option of a modern stylish black glass fascia for the fires when installed into the wall.
You can view the entire Infinity range, including the HD variety online at http://www.charltonandjenrick.co.uk/brands/infinity/gallery/
You can download the latest Infinity HD brochure here
A recent customer really wanted an authentic living flame gas fire which was both good on the energy bills and also kicked out plenty of heat. Only problem was, she didn’t have a chimney or flue and didn’t want to go through the expense of building one. Remembering the cold snap last year, she was keen to find a solution now before this winter kicked in. Something practical but also in keeping with her modern house and decor. We proposed this fireplace which can be fitted into the cavity of the wall and the flue straight off the back to the outside. All that is required is an outside wall and a gas supply, similar in many ways to a combi boiler everybody in the uk is accustomed to. Needless to say the customer was over the moon with the end result.
Now that the weather is slowly warming up, you’ll probably be using your stove less – especially as we start to think about summer holidays. It’s the perfect time to give your wood burning or multi-fuel stove a service, giving you plenty of time to clean, identify any problems, or even refresh your stove before the winter months arrive.
At the end of the heating season, your stove or fire should undergo an annual service which will include stripping and cleaning the appliance. One of the first things to do is clean the inside of the firebox thoroughly when the stove is completely cool. All of the excess ash needs to be removed, with finer particles vacuumed up.
Using a soft brush, clean and check the firebricks – any broken or damaged bricks should be replaced, but smaller cracks or chips can be repaired using fire cement. Check the door glass for any signs of damage by removing it from the door and cleaning thoroughly with glass cleaner – consider the type of cleaner you need carefully, as printed glass will need to be cleaned with a different product use for plain door glass. If the glass has cracked, it will need replacing, but if in good condition it can be put back into the door. Ensure that you check your door rope seal which can become worn or loose over time, and if it needs replacing.
Anything from tar to birds’ nests and cobwebs can get stuck in your flue. While the frequency of needing your chimney swept varies depending on fuel type, how often you use your fire or stove, the moisture content in the wood you burn or what type of chimney you have, now is a good time to consider when you last had your chimney swept and whether or not you’ll need to do it again soon.
HE glass fronted fires feature our most realistic full depth fuel beds, some boasting an incredible net efficiency of 89%. With a massive 4kW output from only a 5kW input, they keep your heat high and your fuel costs low.
E.G. say your gas tariff is 4p/kwhour, 5kw input x 4p/kw hour = 20p / hour to run! Or put it another way you could run this fire on full for 10 hours solid and it would only cost you £2 !! – that is a very efficient way to heat your living space.