Greater Control for Gazco Logic HE Log-effect Gas Fires

Greater Control for Gazco Logic HE Log-effect Gas Fires

Our 16” Logic HE remote control gas fires now feature an all-new remote control system – making them even easier to use. Thanks to their innovative design, these gas fires can now be ignited from the comfort of your sofa, without having to manually turn on the pilot light first.

Our stunning Logic HE Log-effect Inset gas fires have been designed to create the ambience of a real wood fire with all the convenience of gas.

Hand detailed ceramic logs are composed around an innovative burner with multiple ports for create stunning flame visuals. Completing the look, embers glow beneath the flames made up of ember wool and ceramic media.

The Logic HE gas fire range offers superb heating efficiencies thanks to their glass fronted design. Drawing cool air into the bottom of the convection chamber below the display, they heat this air as it passes over the hot surfaces of the firebox before being emitted back into the room. Maximum heat is radiated back into the room through the glass.

Created to easily install into a the standard ‘Builder’s Opening’ fireplace, found in the majority of British and Irish homes, the 16″ conventional flue Logic HE Log-effect is a great option if you’re looking to add a gas fire to your existing chimney breast with minimal installation work.

Alternatively, our advanced balanced flue version of this 16” gas fire can be installed without a chimney, requiring only a specially designed twin-wall pipe and terminal to vent directly through an outside wall.

These elegant gas fires are available with a host of traditional and contemporary styling options. Choose from a huge range of front and frame options, which can be mixed and matched to create different combinations. Each is available in a range of finishes, use our Mix & Match Inset Gas Fire Builder to help you achieve the look you desire.

Alternatively, opt for one of our range of modern and traditional complete fronts, with a variety of aesthetics including sleek ultra-contemporary styles such as the Beat, modern inset stove fronts like the Vogue Inset or traditional styles like the Stockton Inset.

See it burning

The Gazco Logic HE Log-effect gas fire’s ambient flame visuals need to be seen to be appreciated. To experience these fires in person, visit your local retailer.

18 responses to “Greater Control for Gazco Logic HE Log-effect Gas Fires”

  1. Brian Morrison says:

    Why is it not possible to have a non-reflective gas type front to the coals version of the LOGIC HE fire, which we are aware is available with the log version?

    • Alex says:

      As a manufacturer, we have tested non-reflective glass with coal effect gas fires and discovered that the non-reflective glass does not work very well and the heat from the coal effect affected the glass.

  2. Would you confirm that non-reflective gas type front to the coals version of the LOGIC HE fire is still unavailable and whether there are any plans to change this ?

    • Chris Connick says:

      Hi there. The Logic HE with non-reflective glass is only available in the logs model. There is currently no plan to manufacture this on the coal model. Thanks

  3. Andy says:

    Do the versions with a remote still have controls on the fire itself?

  4. Mark Hotchkiss says:

    Can you have the log flame effect without heat? I have a Logic HE with remote.

    • Chris Connick says:

      Hi Mark, thanks for your comment. This isn’t something that’s possible on this gas model unfortunately.
      Best wishes, Chris

  5. Trevor Cox says:

    Can I sub logs for coals or mix them?


    • Chris Connick says:

      Hi Trevor, thanks for your comment. You can’t mix or substitute the fuel effects unfortunately on the Logic HE, they are two different fires.
      Best wishes, Stovax & Gazco

  6. Mrs Susan Moore says:

    We require a visit from a Gazco engineer as our new gas fire, which was installed on Monday 12th December does not work

    • Chris Connick says:

      Hi Susan, thanks for your comment. As the fire is brand new and under warranty, in the first instance we’d recommend that you report any issues to your installer or retailer from which it was purchased so they can double check everything has been installed correctly. Then if they’re unable to resolve the issue they will contact us on your behalf.
      Hope this helps!
      Best wishes, Chris

  7. John McDonald says:

    Our logic HE coal effect fire hlows when lit, but does not have a flame. Is this working correctly?

    • Chris Connick says:

      Hi John, it can take a short while for the flame picture to stabilise when the fire is first turned on, as the flue warms up the flame should become more visible. However if it doesn’t we’d recommend you contact your installer to come and check everything is in working order.

  8. Pat Fitzsimons says:

    We had a Gazco logic log effect gas fire installed which does not heat the small sitting room at all- area above the fire gets hot but the fire may as well not be on- very frustrating as the installer says there is nothing wrong with it- two engineers came out and told us different things – one said it needed a closing plate and the other said he rearranged the logs but it made no difference- would not recommend this fire and my complaint has gone unanswered- dreadful service from Gazco and the Irish company that sold it to us- waste of money and effort in making a complaint to Gazco.

    • Chris Connick says:

      Hi Pat, if the area above the fire is hot but the room doesn’t feel any warmer then this may indicate there is a gap that needs properly sealing up and/or insulating, especially if one of the engineers has indicated a closure plate is needed. Even a small gap can mean you don’t feel the benefit of the fire, as all the heat escapes up through the gap. It would be worth following up with the engineer to find out when they can come and sort it.

  9. Mr T K GILL says:


    • Chris Connick says:

      Hello, the latest Logic HE coal-effect and log-effect conventional flue fires have the same non-reflective glass. For the balanced flue models only the log-effect model has the non-reflective glass currently.

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