From unused double garage spaces to a classic '90s build, we have received numerous submissions of stunning home renovations on our Hearth Moments Area. Last month, we had some impressive renovations incorporating a range of our electric stoves and fires. Here is a roundup of last month's electric case studies.
Homeowners looking to install an electric stove or fire into their homes have recently increased. The main reasons for this is due to its ease of installation, instant heat and realistic flame visuals. Using the latest flame-effect technology, Gazco has created a beautiful range of electric fires and stoves that provide a versatile and stunning focal point for any home – and all without the need for a chimney!
Sarah moved into a neglected ’90s build property more than two years ago. She was looking for her ‘forever home” but wanted to make sure the new space would feel cosy. She was delighted to find that Gazco did a range of traditional looking electric stoves for her living space. Her favourite room is now her living room where our traditional Stockton electric stove features.
Read more about Sarah’s case study.
Featuring our Gazco Skope 135R inset electric fire in her renovated double garage space now a Sports Bar, Natasha’s beautiful manor home is truly impressive. She is looking forward to using her renovated Sports bar area in the summer where she can open the big bi-fold doors into her spacious garden space. What is great about the electric fire is that it can also be enjoyed with or without heat especially in the summer months!
Read more about Natasha’s case study.
Hayley’s modern townhouse elegantly presents our contemporary Radiance 105 electric fire. She wanted a fire that was flush to the wall and that matched the seamless lines she had planned for the room. Her neutral, minimalist design creates a beautiful cosy feel in her favourite space, her lounge.
Read more about Hayley’s case study.
For more information about our electric stoves and fires featured in this blog, visit your local Gazco retailer.