A living flame gas stove is a cosy addition to any home. They are probably the most convenient stoves available for people who are seeking the real flame effect from a hassle free heating solution.
The gas stove will give almost instant heat and are easily controllable, and most stoves come with a standard remote control or a programmable thermostatic remote as an option. Programmable remotes enable you to set your stove to come on before you get up and the temperature you want the room to be, and turn off when required, the stove can do this twice a day.
Flueless gas stoves and balanced flue stoves are an option for homes without chimneys. The flueless gas stove will use catalytic technology to clean the gas emissions, whilst a balanced flue gas stove has a short flue that goes through the wall to outside to expel the emissions.
BENEFITS OF A GAS STOVE
With flickering flames and a similar heat output to that of a real log or coal fire but without the inconvenience, you cannot beat a living gas flame.
Aside from bringing a cosy feel to the house, they have impressive heat outputs and are cheaper to run than electric stoves, also they do not have a fan so you can sit back and relax without any noise.
There are added benefits also, like the ability to keep the room warm in case of a boiler breakdown and also in situations when there would be a power cut.
Gas Stoves and fires have evolved a great deal in the past few years, you have a wide range of insert, traditional and contemporary gas appliances to choose from, they are clean and quick to use.
The popularity of gas appliances continues to rise and with the breadth of fires styles available in today’s market, it is easy to see why. While it is still possible to achieve that classic inset gas fire look with a coal fuel effect, a decorative front and a frame, there are now options to install a cassette fire into the wall to create a contemporary ‘hole in the wall’ look and many other choices.