Stovax & Gazco » Tag: gas fires http://www.stovax.com Stoves, Fires & Fireplaces Thu, 23 Oct 2014 13:36:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.0 Bring Period Charm to Your Property with a Spectacular Fireplace Inserthttp://www.stovax.com/bring-period-charm-property-spectacular-fireplace-insert/ http://www.stovax.com/bring-period-charm-property-spectacular-fireplace-insert/#comments Fri, 26 Sep 2014 12:56:58 +0000 http://www.stovax.com/?p=21710 Stovax's range of stunning insert fireplaces can bring period charms to traditional and contemporary homes alike.

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Victorian Fireplace Insert, shown with Peony tiles and Victorian Wood Mantel

Victorian Fireplace Insert, shown with Peony tiles and Victorian Wood Mantel

During the Georgian and Victorian eras, the fireplace took became an increasingly important part of the home. No longer just for heating and cooking, the fireplace became a decorative statement of wealth and taste. Stovax and Gazco’s fireplace insert designs recapture the aesthetic appeal of period pieces and combine this with 21st century technology. Whether you have a period property, or you wish to bring a piece of the past to a new home, you can find an authentic fireplace insert to add grandeur to your living space.

Fireplace inserts have in-built firebacks and can be placed into chimney openings measuring approximately 36” x 36” or larger. A Stovax fireplace insert can be made entirely from cast iron or incorporate decorative tiles. For increased convenience, the fireplace inserts are also available as realistic coal-effect gas fires, bringing all the look of a traditional fireplace insert along with the ease of gas.

The earliest influences on Stovax’s fireplace insert designs can be found in the early 19th century, with the Kensington & Knightsbridge fireplace inserts exhibiting the beautiful symmetry of neo-classical designs, making them ideal for a Georgian drawing room or modern home alike.

Art Nouveau Fireplace Insert with gas fire, showing brass hood, Evening Reverie tiles and Chatsworth Wood Mantel

Art Nouveau Fireplace Insert with gas fire, showing brass hood, Evening Reverie tiles and Chatsworth Wood Mantel

The Victorian Tiled fireplace insert is based on designs from the late 19th Century and offer a wide range of tile and hood options that can be paired with Stovax’s Victorian tile range. Our tiles are faithfully reproduced from Victorian originals, in a range of designs that display the interest in nature and love of symmetry found during this period.

Our Art Nouveau tiled fireplace inserts capture the flowing design motifs popular at this time, and the optional brass hood can add real panache. For the tile sets, choose from recreations of renowned Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha’s work, or tube-lined tiles, produced using traditional hand-crafted methods.

Following the cluttered interiors of the Victorian era, Edwardians favoured understated elegance, a preference that is continued with the Alexandra fireplace inserts. Whether you select Matt Black, Highlight Polished or Fully Polished cast iron as your finish, the Alexandra will bring sophistication to your living space with its authentic hand-cast detailing and graceful curving arch.

To find out more about the wide range of beautiful fireplace inserts that can lend classic appeal to your home, contact your local Stovax retailer.

Alexandra Fireplace Insert in matt black, shown in Claremont Limestone Mantel

Alexandra Fireplace Insert in matt black, shown in Claremont Limestone Mantel

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Line Up, Line Up! Unique Linea Wall Mounted Gas Fireshttp://www.stovax.com/line-line-unique-linea-wall-mounted-gas-fires/ http://www.stovax.com/line-line-unique-linea-wall-mounted-gas-fires/#comments Tue, 19 Aug 2014 14:32:53 +0000 http://www.stovax.com/?p=21498 Gazco Linea Wall Mounted Gas Fires are a unique asset to your living space, with stunning vertical flame visuals.

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Linea Vetro in Black GlassLinea Vetro in Black Glass

Linea Vetro in Black Glass

Gazco’s range of Linea Wall Mounted Gas Fires is certainly a little out of the ordinary. With a showcase of vertical flames offset by a black background, the Linea Wall Mounted Gas Fires are the ultimate choice for those searching for a unique appliance for their home.

These wall mounted gas fires are available in three distinctive frame designs that complement the attractive display of moving colour within. The Linea Steel is offered in Graphite or a choice of vibrant colours to brighten up your home. With a slimline frame that is both simple and sophisticated, the Linea Designio is a wall mounted gas fire that is sure to bring elegance to your room. Lastly, the ultra-contemporary Linea Vetro offers a smooth, sparkling glass frame that adds up to a stylish wall mounted gas fire.

Linea Wall Mounted Gas Fires are all provided with a programmable thermostatic remote control for complete ease of use. You can even set your fire to a program, or to maintain a desired room temperature. The Linea range has an efficiency rating of up to 82% and a heat output of up to 4.3kW, making these wall mounted gas fires ideal for heating your living space.

For more information on wall mounted gas fires, contact your local Gazco retailer.

Linea Steel in Ivory

Linea Steel in Ivory

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Bask in the Glow of Fire Basketshttp://www.stovax.com/bask-glow-fire-baskets/ http://www.stovax.com/bask-glow-fire-baskets/#comments Wed, 23 Jul 2014 14:00:31 +0000 http://mt.stovax.com/stovax.com/wordpress/?p=21233 If you love the look of an open fireplace, find out about Stovax and Gazco fire baskets, available in a range of authentic styles.

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If you dream of owning an open fireplace, one option to create the charming look you desire is with a fire basket. Stovax and Gazco Fire Baskets are available in a range of authentic and stylish finishes. Each Fire Basket is hand-crafted using traditional materials such as brass, steel, chrome and cast iron. And with almost 100 combinations of size & finish, there is plenty to ensure you select the perfect Fire Basket.
Small Amhurst Fire Basket in Black

Small Amhurst Fire Basket in Black

According to the model you choose, the Fire Baskets can be offered in solid fuel or gas versions. Solid fuel Fire Baskets are suitable for logs, coal and approved smokeless fuels, so whether you want the environmentally friendly properties of wood, or live in a Smoke Control Area and require smokeless fuels, your Fire Basket can accommodate your needs. Gas versions of the Fire Baskets can be fitted with log, driftwood or coal effect fuel beds, depending on the look you wish to achieve.

With a wealth of designs available, you are sure to be able to find a Fire Basket to suit your interior tastes. Capture the simple elegance of the roaring twenties with the Art Deco Fire Basket in a solid fuel or gas version. The Art Deco comes in two sizes and with two different finishes, black cast iron or cast iron with polished iron/steel.

Small Kendal Fire Basket with Straight Front

Small Kendal Fire Basket with straight front

If you desire to recreate a period look, the opulent glamour of the Kendal could be perfectly suited for your home. With its brass front and ornate design, the Kendal is fit to grace any room. The exquisitely moulded brass front can be offered in a straight or bowed design.

Many Fire Baskets look equally at home in a traditional or contemporary environment. The Amhurst is available in black cast iron or polished cast iron and the sleek lines of its straight front ensure it can be in-keeping with any décor.

Gazco also offers unique made to measure gas fires to fit existing Fire Baskets and open fires. These exquisite living flame fires are perfect for those who wish to create a centre piece for their home or business.

For more information on the Fire Baskets on offer, contact your local Stovax or Gazco retailer.

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Gazco Eclipse gas fire…into the light!http://www.stovax.com/gazco-eclipse-gas-fire-light/ http://www.stovax.com/gazco-eclipse-gas-fire-light/#comments Wed, 16 Jul 2014 13:07:54 +0000 http://mt.stovax.com/stovax.com/wordpress/?p=21222 For a truly stunning gas fire, the all new Gazco Eclipse 100 offers the complete package: state-of-the-art features, beautiful design and cutting edge technology.

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Eclipse 100 gas fire video

Bringing together power and efficiency with the latest designer aesthetics and cutting edge technology, the breathtaking Eclipse 100 is the most recent addition to the growing collection of ground breaking gas fires from Gazco.

Featuring a dual burner engine for greater flame control, an integral convection fan air system for improved heat delivery into the room and an impressive 9.35kW heat output and a high efficiency of 85%, this exciting new gas fire will make a big statement to homeowners looking to larger living areas as well as making a stunning feature.

With a choice of luxury linings and fabulous frames, the Eclipse can be tailored to a wide variety of interior tastes. The Eclipse also comes complete with a remote control that offers thermostatic and timer programming features to ensure homes are always warm and welcoming.

For more information, please visit our dedicated Eclipse 100 gas fire web page. You can also visit your local Gazco retailer for more information.

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Stylish Studio gas fires for your homehttp://www.stovax.com/stylish-studio-gas-fires-home/ http://www.stovax.com/stylish-studio-gas-fires-home/#comments Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:25:48 +0000 http://mt.stovax.com/stovax.com/wordpress/?p=21173 If you are currently thinking of purchasing a gas fire, the contemporary range of diverse Studio gas fires from Gazco will create the ultimate warmth and character to your living space. With a wealth of options available, personalising your gas fire has never been so exciting!

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Before any installation occurs, it is important to book a site survey to allow you to identify the most suitable gas fire for your home. Your Gazco retailer will be able to arrange a site survey for you and provide you with further advice and information about purchasing and installation requirements.
Studio Slimline Edge gas fire

Studio Slimline Edge gas fire

Understanding the types of chimney and flue systems available for your gas fire is an important factor to consider when selecting the right appliance for your home. Installing a gas fire to homes without a chimney can now be possible with a balanced flue system. Balanced flue is when an appliance is completely sealed from the room into which it is installed (so there are no draughts and heating efficiency) and a twin-wall pipe vents directly to an outside wall. Homes with conventional flue systems can select from models that are suitable for this type of flue installation. Conventional systems are easily recognisable as either a conventional brick or stone chimney, or as a pre-fabricated chimney system. Each gas fire will be specified whether they are suitable for either a balanced flue or conventional flue installation. It is vital that you consult with your Gazco retailer for any advice and information on this matter.

Once you have identified the flue system suitable for your home, you can start to decide upon which type of gas fire is appropriate for your heating and interior design needs. The choices available are based around two types of Studio gas fire: Open Fronted Studio gas fires or Glass Fronted Studio gas fires. Please note that conventional flue systems are for Gazco’s Open Fronted and some Glass Fronted gas fires whilst balanced flues work in conjunction with Gazco’s Glass Fronted gas fires only.

Both Open Fronted Studio and Glass fronted Studio gas fires can be customised with a choice of lining, frame and fuel bed options, depending on the look that you want to achieve. From stunning landscape and portrait sizes to the double-sided gas fire, these beautifully designed Studio fires are the perfect blend of versatility and style and offer greater installation possibilities for interiors of all proportions. You will be impressed by the range of Open Studio gas fires – one of the few gas fires on the market that will allow installation of a Plasma, LCD or LED television directly above it. Homes that require dual space heating will be awe-inspired by the highly efficient, double-sided Studio Duplex gas fire. For an easier, quicker and more cost effective installation, our Studio Slimline gas fire can be achieved in a wider variety of homes by simply recessing into the internal leaf of a cavity wall.

Whatever Studio gas fire you choose, there is a wide variety of choice to complement you and your home. Why not visit your local Gazco retailer for more information and advice.

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Instant heat from a gas firehttp://www.stovax.com/instant-heat-gas-fire/ http://www.stovax.com/instant-heat-gas-fire/#comments Mon, 14 Oct 2013 15:03:20 +0000 http://mt.stovax.com/stovax.com/wordpress/?p=14557 For instant heat from the switch of a button, a gas fire is the perfect choice. Glass fronted versions often have efficiency rates in excess of 80% making them extremely effective at warming your home and an excellent use of your fuel.

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This year Gazco has added to its extensive selection of gas fires with the revamped Logic™ HE range. These smart gas fires may be installed into a conventional chimney or with a balanced flue. They have a choice of control types from manual operation, a Standard remote handset or the all-new Slide control. With its subtle design in sleek stainless steel, the Slide lever has smooth contours for ease of use. It gives complete control over your gas fire from ignition, varying flame heights and extinguish.

Gazco Logic HE gas fire with Tempo frame.

Gazco Logic HE gas fire with Tempo frame.

The Logic™ HE gas fire, as well as its counterparts – the Logic™ Hotbox and Logic™ Convector, comes with a selection of frames and fronts. There is a wealth of designs available to ensure your fire fits your interior décor whether that leans more towards a traditional or a contemporary look; from the reflective surfaces of the Arts Fronts to the traditional, decorative Cast Iron style of the Holyrood or Spanish, the choice is extensive. The new Designio2 Glass and Steel frames have been designed for the 16” Logic™ HE range and are suitable for either hearth or wall mounted installations.

For further information about the extensive Gazco gas fire range, please visit the Gazco website or your local Gazco retailer who will be able to offer expert advice and assistance.

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Our Riva2 500 gas fire is now available as a Balanced Flue model!http://www.stovax.com/riva2-500-gas-fire-now-available-balanced-flue-model/ http://www.stovax.com/riva2-500-gas-fire-now-available-balanced-flue-model/#comments Fri, 04 Oct 2013 14:47:30 +0000 http://mt.stovax.com/stovax.com/wordpress/?p=14474 Our prestigious Riva2 gas fires combine stylish aesthetics with the high levels of performance you would expect from Gazco.

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For homeowners who enjoy the ease and convenience of a gas fire, Gazco offers a wealth of highly efficient gas appliances suitable for all styles of home.

Our prestigious Riva2 gas fires combine stylish aesthetics with the high levels of performance you would expect from Gazco. Choose from a selection of portrait and landscape fires along with a variety of styling options to create the perfect Riva2 for your home.

Riva 2 Edge gas fire

Riva 2 Edge gas fire

Following its successful launch last year, the Riva2 500 gas fire, the smallest in the Riva2 range, is now available in a balanced flue version to complement the existing conventional flue model. The new balanced flue model has been introduced to allow installation of this outstanding fire into homes without a working chimney.

Specifically proportioned to fit a standard 22” wide British fireplace, the Riva2 500 gas fire incorporates a glowing ember feature that can be controlled by a programmable thermostatic remote control – you will now be able to enjoy the full functions of your fire from the comfort of your sofa.

With a selection of frames and linings, the Riva2 500 can have a distinctive look to tailor to your home’s décor. This year, Gazco has also launched a brand new surround option for hearth mounted installations,the Riva2 500 Ellingham gas fire. Taking inspiration from neo-Georgian architecture, the Riva2 500 Ellingham adds a touch of grace and elegance to Gazco’s Riva2 gas fire range!

The highly efficient Riva2 500 gas fire will provide cosy warmth for your home for many cold winter evenings to come!

Visit your nearest Gazco retailer to find out more.

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The benefits of our latest built in gas firehttp://www.stovax.com/the-benefits-of-our-latest-built-in-gas-fire/ http://www.stovax.com/the-benefits-of-our-latest-built-in-gas-fire/#comments Wed, 10 Apr 2013 10:31:19 +0000 http://www.stovax.com/blog/?p=2516 Why the Studio Slimline built in gas fire is an excellent choice for your new home

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If you have recently moved into a newly built home and want to integrate a gas fire,the Studio Slimline built in gas fire is an excellent choice.
Studio Slimline built in gas fire

Studio Slimline built in gas fire

This is because this type of built in gas fire is specifically designed to fit into cavity wall structures, which most new homes after the 1930s were built with.

Cavity wall construction has many benefits – whilst it has the ability to insulate your new home effectively due to the continuous layer of rigid insulation. It also has superior resistance to rain penetration and excellent resistance to sound transmission. Both of these attributes are highly desirable.

The Studio Slimline built in gas fire has been designed for ease of installation into your new home. Its slimmer firebox qualities (with a depth of just 155mm) make it easier to slot into the structure of the cavity wall (by simply recessing into the internal leaf of a cavity wall)

This compact built in gas fire still retains all the unmistakable characteristics of the Gazco Studio range. It also comes complete with Gazco’s very latest thermostatic remote control so you can operate everything from ignition to extinguish with total ease.

For new-home owners wanting to install the Studio Slimline built in gas fire, there are a variety of frame options to choose from. Whether your tastes are modestly minimalist or lavishly luxurious, the built in gas fire will blend in perfectly with all interiors.

Studio Slimline Profil built in gas fire in Anthracite

Studio Slimline Profil built in gas fire in Anthracite

To further extend your options for personalisation, the Studio Slimline built in gas fire has a choice of three linings and three fuel effects to select from. With each combination offering a significantly different appearance to the built in gas fire, you can be sure to choose from the perfect combination of fuel effect, lining and frame style to suit your interior décor.

If you would like to find out more about the Studio Slimline built in gas fire, please visit your local Gazco retailer.

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New Gazco video showcases Riva2 530 and 670 gas fireshttp://www.stovax.com/new-gazco-video-showcases-riva2-530-and-670-gas-fires/ http://www.stovax.com/new-gazco-video-showcases-riva2-530-and-670-gas-fires/#comments Tue, 19 Feb 2013 13:31:42 +0000 http://www.stovax.com/blog/?p=2234 These high efficiency gas fires come with a wealth of styling possibilities and offer exceptional flames with realistic ember and fuel effects.

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The Riva2 530 and Riva2 670 are some of the latest high efficiency gas fires to join our extensive range. With a wealth of inspiring sets to view, our brand new video showcases some of the many looks you can create with the Riva2 530 and 670 fires with their broad selection of complementary fire frames, linings and colour finishes.

You can view the new video in full page format on our website.

Designed to increase the styling possibilities available to you and with high efficiency rates of up to 82%, the Riva2 530 and Riva2 670 offer the latest advancements in gas fire technology with a staggering choice of aesthetics.

The portrait Riva2 530 and landscape 670 both benefit from alluring, bright flames, a glowing ember effect and hand painted log fuel bed. Personalise your own gas fire with one of three linings in Brick Effect, Vermiculite and Black Reeded; up to six frames and a further six enticing colour finishes for a stylish and eye-catching contemporary gas fire.

Both the Riva2 530 and 670 are remote controlled gas fires and come with a thermostatic handset as standard. This tool makes available daily and weekly programmes at the flick of a button: set your contemporary Riva2 fire to ignite before you return in the evening and arrive to a cosy home: a welcoming thought on a cold, dark winter’s day!

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Top tips for keeping your home warm this winterhttp://www.stovax.com/top-tips-for-keeping-your-home-warm-this-winter/ http://www.stovax.com/top-tips-for-keeping-your-home-warm-this-winter/#comments Wed, 13 Feb 2013 16:30:11 +0000 http://www.stovax.com/blog/?p=2198 Some useful advice to help you cut down on your energy bills this winter and make the most of high efficiency fires and stoves to heat your home.

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With several weeks of cold weather yet to come it is important to think about how to make the most of your home’s heating. This will not only ensure that you and your family are comfortable and healthy but reduce your utility bills at this typically expensive time of year. So whether you make use of gas or oil fired central heating, a highly efficient gas fire or the renewable energy of a woodburning stove – or indeed a combination of these, try our top tips for staying warm and start to feel the difference straight away!

Heat the rooms you use most

Rather than warm your entire house, consider which rooms you use the most and concentrate your efforts on these. This can be easily achieved by making the most of the thermostat system on your radiators. For those areas that are rarely in use such as a spare bedroom, turn the thermostat down to 1 and keep the door shut. Conversely for the rooms you use most often and for longer periods of time, keep the thermostat level at a rate that will give you an even and comfortable temperature. Also ensure that you keep doors shut to allow the heat to circulate around a room rather than out of it.

Installing a gas fire or woodburning stove into one of your essential living spaces such as your sitting room is also an effective way to generate targeted and ambient warmth. Many modern glass fronted gas fires and stoves also have the advantage of being programmable so you can time them to come on before you arrive home in the evening or even, before you wake up. Many stoves incorporate boiler functions so you can link them up to your home’s existing central heating systems and create a supplementary source for underfloor heating, a domestic hot water tank or your radiators. This can be a very cost effective and eco friendly way to make the most of an appliance that will also double up as an attractive feature.

Insulate and take advantage of grants and offers

No one wants to spend money heating their home only to lose that heat to the great outdoors but without adequate insulation this is exactly what will happen. The Energy Saving Trust states that 25% of heat is lost from our homes via the roof; for that reason it is a great idea to begin insulating your home from the top down. If you are worried about the investment value of insulation it is reassuring to know that it has a 40 year lifespan and will benefit your home immediately. If you feel that the cost may be prohibitive try contacting your local authority for advice on the availability of free or subsidised insulation in your area.

Some advice on insulation material…

There are four types of basic insulation and each one has its own unique advantages so you can choose the best one for the type and shape of space you wish to insulate.

  • Rigid insulation boards – made from materials such as polystyrene, polyurethane or polyisocyanurate these foamed plastic substances will insulate ceilings, walls and floors. It must be cut to size by a professional but is one of the best types of insulation currently on the market.
  • Blown insulation – this type of insulation is literally blown (by professionals only!) into the areas you need. It is fire-resistant and made from recycled newspapers or mineral wool. Although it is a loose material it can also bond as well as adhere to a surface which is good for stud walls.
  • Loose-fill – derived from cork granules, vermiculite, mineral wood or cellulose fibre, loose-fill insulation is very versatile as it is sold in bags and can be dispensed easily into areas that are oddly shaped or may where there may be obstructions.
  • Matting – this is mineral wool created from glass or rock fibre or sheep’s wool laid from a roll and often referred to as blanket or quilt insulation. Matting is good for an empty loft space or for stud walls and suspended timber floors.

Drafts

A simple way to reduce drafts is to close doors as this will prevent cool air being drawn into warm areas which it is prone to do. A hallway can easily turn into an effective chimney, taking warm air away from your nice warm sitting room and leaving you cold so ensure you shut the door as this will act as an immediate barrier. You could also invest in some draft excluders for the base of your doors and also think about other areas of heat loss such as skirting boards.

Windows

A huge source of heat loss is your home’s windows, particularly if you live in an older property with single glazing or large floor to ceiling openings. Invest in properly fitting curtains especially those made from a heavy material as this will act as a natural insulator. Draw your curtains each evening to help prevent warmth escaping through the glass. Newer properties may already benefit from heat-reflecting glass windows that are better at retaining heat without a compromise on the amount of light they allow to pass through. This works by inserting an unreactive gas between the two panes which are then sealed to make one unit. Many newly built properties are already fitted with this type of glass but you may wish to consider fitting it if a renovation project is on the cards for your home.

Radiators

Consider placing reflective material such as tin foil (shiny side facing the back of the radiator) behind your radiators. You can buy specially crafted radiator foil quite reasonably from a hardware store or use regular kitchen foil as a cheaper alternative.

Good places for further advice on heating and staying warm…

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