“Gazco F670 Steel Graphite gas fire”
Bharet Patel, Birmingham
March 7, 2016
A long search for a focal point to add to an inspiring but cold reading and listening room in a 1920s Victorian terraced house led me to the Fireplace and Stove Centre in Hall Green. I was recommended the Gazco Riva F670 Steel Graphite gas stove by Hassan after initially considering a wood burning stove. The Riva F670 has all the ambience of a wood burning fire minus the daily fuel replenishing, maintenance and clear-up; the remote control and timer operation is an extra bonus. It fits the existing open hearth and adds a much missing warm heart to the space. The clean, contemporary form of the gas stove frames the flickering flames perfectly. Books and music can now be enjoyed in comfort.
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