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Thursday, 23 August 2012 15:55:38 Europe/London
It's easy to get excited about the idea of buying a new wall fire with so many stunning designs to choose from. However, it's a good idea to think carefully about the practical aspects first to make sure your new fire really suits your needs. Hopefully this post will help you narrow down your options and quickly home in on something that's a great fit for you and your home.Read More
Friday, 18 May 2012 14:32:00 Europe/London
Dimplex fireplaces have achieved an enviable reputation for producing electric fires with realistic flame effects. So it comes as no surprise that the developers of the new Trump International Hotel in Toronto have chosen to install Dimplex fires in most suites to add ambience to the building.Read More
Friday, 23 March 2012 11:29:14 Europe/London
Working in the fireplace industry there are certain facts about fireplaces I tend to see as so obvious they don't need to be explained. Every so often someone asks an unexpected question, which of course makes me wonder how many other people are unsure about the same thing. Recently one of our customers asked what a fireplace hearth does, and I decided to share the answer in case anybody else is wondering.Read More
Friday, 9 March 2012 14:58:55 Europe/London
We've just added some beautiful marble and limestone fireplaces from Pureglow to our product range. All are available with or without a fire, giving you the freedom to create the perfect look for your living room.Read More
Wednesday, 9 March 2011 10:43:35 Europe/London
I am often asked by customers where they should look to find a gas fitter to install their new gas fire or gas stove. If they are outside our installation area I always advise them to look on the Gas Safe Register website. More often than not they have never heard of the Gas Safe Register, but if I mention CORGI it is a different story.
Monday, 28 February 2011 14:16:03 Europe/London
Wood has long been a favourite material for fireplace mantels – it is a cheap and versatile alternative to stone which brings its own special warmth and character to a room. Solid wooden fireplace mantels all have unique variations in grain pattern and knot formation. Wood veneer fireplace mantels have a more consistent finish, but are unsuitable for use with a real fire.