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Our wall-mounted and inset electric fires are available in a range of high-quality designs and styles that you'll want to explore. At our Nexus showroom, we have fires in brass, chrome, black and more, as well as a selection of attractive wood-burning-effect electric stoves - all from leading manufacturers including Dimplex, Evonic and Flamerite. With so many beautiful traditional and contemporary fires to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect design for your home.

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  1. Ekofires Eko 1030 - LED Electric Fire Ekofires Eko 1030 - LED Electric Fire
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