For many traditional gas fires, the flames are directly linked to the heat output, which means if the desired heat is lowered, the flames will lower accordingly. “Another real point of difference with these fires is that the heat output and flame size are not linked, so you can turn the heat down, but the flames will still remain high, allowing for that continued ambience,” Nicki says.
Up to two heat distribution kits can be linked to each fire to transfer heat to other parts of the home, while the heat output and settings are run by remote control.
“These fireplaces are truly contemporary. They’re finished with reflective black enamel panels that draw those around it closer to the fire,” Nicki says.
The Greenfire Series offers two size options, either the GF900 model, or the wider GF1500 model, which is available in either single or double-sided. Suitable for new builds or renovations, these landscape fires are a truly contemporary addition to the home.
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