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Balanced Flue Gas Fires

Attractive, eye catching designs provide a warm appearance.

The Smart Choice

Balanced Flue Gas Fires

Attractive, eye catching designs provide a warm appearance.

Balanced flue gas fires are an incredibly adaptable option for a fireplace. They are designed for those homes who do not have a chimney. They can be installed into a traditional chimney with a flexible flue liner employing the chimney pipe to imitate the balanced flue effect. They are a glass-fronted gas appliance that is completely sealed from the room into which they are installed and vents immediately to an outside wall.
Air is pulled in from the outside through an outer pipe for combustion purposes while the inner pipe vents the combustion gases away to the outside of the property. There is no sound or natural air circulation is faced such as with a power flue appliance. They come with a choice of both outset and inset varieties. They are the perfect solution for those who do not have a built-in chimney and flue in their home. You can enjoy the warmth of a real gas fire. Balanced flue gas fires are more efficient as compared to the open gas fires or solid fuel fires because less heat is lost up the chimney and more are pushed into your room. They are available in a wide range of styles such as traditional, contemporary, hole in the wall balanced flue gas fires and many more to match with your home décor. You do not need an additional vent such as other gas fire alternatives require additional ventilation in your room. Easy to install they can be installed through an external wall without a chimney. Hole in the wall balanced flue gas fires require a false chimney front to be built to assist the appliance depth while inset balanced flue gas fires require a standard cut-out in the back panel of the fireplace and can be installed onto a flat wall.

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    Flavel Orchestra HE Balanced Flue Inset Gas Fire

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    Flavel Raglan HE Balanced Flue Inset Gas Fire

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    Flavel Atlanta HE Balanced Flue Inset Gas Fire

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    Flavel Stirling Plus Manual Control Inset Gas Fire

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    Flavel Windsor Traditional Manual Control Inset Gas Fire

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    Flavel Windsor Classic Manual Control Slimline Inset Gas Fire

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