Warm up your home this winter with a cosy fire. A fireplace adds an element of sophistication to any home and creates a relaxing space for colder nights.
There are a range of fireplace options to choose from depending on the size of the space you intend to heat and whether your home is suited to the installation of a chimney. Whether you live in an apartment or a large house, speak to one of our professionals about which option will suit your needs best.
To help you decide if a fireplace is for you, here are four benefits to having a fireplace in your home.
Bioethanol Fireplaces are an eco-friendly solution to traditional fireplaces. Made from plant matter, bioethanol fires do not release smoke or harmful gases into the air. They are also mess free as the fuel is burnt up to create instant heat. Bioethanol fires can be built-in, free standing or portable and do not need a chimney.
Using wood, gas and bioethanol fireplaces takes your heating off the grid. This means your home can stay warm even when there’s no power. Moving away from electrical heating alternatives will also keep your electricity bill down. You will still need to buy wood, gas or fuel for the fireplace but the running costs are generally far lower and more effective than the alternative.
As an added bonus, the light from the fire will keep you out of the dark for a few hours.
Romance and Relaxation
Fireplaces create a warm escape from the cold. The mesmerising flames and crackling fire are ideal for a romantic night in. They are also offer a cosy place to entertain guests or curl up with a book and your favourite winter drink.
Adding a fireplace to your home is a good financial and functional investment for your home. Fireplaces add a sense of sophistication and cosy aesthetic. The key to successful fireplace installation is to ensure you get the right type and placement for your fireplace. This will ensure it continues to be an investment for years to come.
Modern advancements in construction provide a range of options to suit your home style and needs. Contacting a professional to install and advise you on the best option ensures that your fireplace will be an investment that keeps your home warm, cosy, energy-efficient and off the grid.Tags: Fireplace, Home, home improvement, Seasonal