Here are some of the latest installations, featuring real homes with real stoves and fires. If you want to be featured on our website, get in touch!
We came across this striking installation on Instagram, and wanted to hear more about why homeowner Chris chose a Gas Vogue Midi from Gazco. With a cast iron door and top plate, sleek curves and bevelled edges, the Vogue Gas stove makes the ideal focal point in this study installation. Read more about the installation on Chris’ case study.
Lynn was unsure whether she could install a fire in her modern new build because she didn’t have a chimney. Her expert retailer advised that she could opt for a Studio gas fire, which suited her country style perfectly. Read more about choosing a fire for a new build home here.
Lauren wanted something modern and glamorous to match her contemporary interior. The Gazco Radiance 135R was the perfect solution, and works especially well in her new build home underneath her television. With the ability to be used without heat, the Radiance electric fire makes a great choice for houses that are particularly well insulated.
Architect, Louise Sliney, wanted a contemporary wood burning fuel efficient stove in a simple design and the Riva F40 with the bench was the perfect fit for her renovation. Read more about her installation on her case study.
Instagrammer and renovator Gem Beeston knew she wanted a wood burning stove in her front snug, and a gas fire in her open plan room. The Elise and the Studio Edge gas fire both fit her requirements and worked perfectly with her decor.
With the bug for renovation, Charlotte and Joey converted a family home into a cosy Cornwall stay – featuring a show-stopping Studio gas fire in the living area.
If you have been inspired by any of these installations, speak to your local expert retailer who will be able to advise you on the best options for your home.
Please note, we recommend the use of decorative/constructional hearths. Find out more about when a hearth is needed on our website. We also advise that there is the required distance between your stove and any combustibles. It’s important to refer to your instruction manual for the minimum clearance distances for your own model of stove. Please note that Stovax & Gazco accept no liability for their installation suitability, safety or building regulations conformance. The images shown are from real independent homes, and these form no basis of an installation recommendation by Stovax or Gazco. Please consult the complete installation instructions for your chosen product and consult with an appropriately qualified person for your own installation.