Why Corner Gas Fires?
Using the gas fires is the need of all households in the UK as they have proven energy efficient and budget friendly. The corner gas fires are usually compact enough to fit into any room as they occupy less space and provide great use. They come in classic and elegant styles and most of the models of corner gas fires look classy and their designing blends effortlessly with the design of the room. They are designed to sustain heat for keeping the home warm and cosy. They can really give a sense of sophistication anytime whenever you want to relax. They are usually gas powered and have the capability of being installed in the corner. The durability of corner gas fires is equivalent to the durability of average centred ones.
Dru Gas Fires
Dru corner gas fires have a conspicuous appeal that can instantly grab the attention of many as they have eye-catching look and excellent designing. The remote control with electronic ignition is featured in them whereas log set and white stones are used as a burner for operating these gas fires. These both burners are low in cost and provide great efficiency. They provide an ideal solution for those who want a stark change in the decor of their home whereas their sizes are adjustable. These corner gas fires have been inspired by the Victorian era. They have been classically designed and offer tremendous heat output.
The contemporary and designer gas fires of Dru are available with innovative features such as smartphone control app, DRU Eco wave tablet, and the PowerVent extended system. They are modern, affordable, and practical with slim profiles in various capacities, shapes, and sizes.
Built-in gas fires
These contemporary and sleek built-in gas fires are designed to be installed in at floor level as ‘hole-in-the-wall’ fires. They can really make a dramatic statement in any room. There is a choice in choosing the smooth grey pebbles or authentic logs for the fire bed. The interior of these built-in gas fires is available in smooth black, mirrored Ceraglass, or ribbed cast iron effects. Natural gas and propane are used as fuel in these gas fires and they usually have closed combustion system. The brown logs and grey stones are used as fire bed. They are featured with easy release door system and work in the best way.
Freestanding Gas Fires
The freestanding gas fires have a large viewing window that effortlessly reveals a classic log fire with generous warmth and dramatic flames. The exciting picture of flame can be viewed from multiple locations around the fire that open various possibilities for location in the home. The natural gas and propane are used as fuel for operating these freestanding gas fires.
Suspended Gas Fires
The suspended gas fires simply mean the fire in a glass box. They will be mounted directly onto an outside facing wall without any chimney breast. They allow quick installation and take up less space. They are usually available with closed combustion system whereas natural gas and propane is used as fuel in these gas fires.