Why Choose An Electric Firebox
Electrical fireplaces are practical alternatives to their traditional counterparts. They are eye-catching additions to any home or office and provide a beautiful, glowing bed of embers that provide emotional and physical comfort to all those who are around them.
These electrical units are designed with realistic flame effects and constructed with heaters that can produce as much as 9600 BTUs (British thermal units). Not only are they versatile and practical, they are also safe for elderly, children and pets to be around because all of the units are constructed with heaters that allow the materials to stay cool-to-the-touch.
Considering An Electric Fireplace Insert As The Best Option For Your business
Choosing the perfect electric fireplace insert for your business requires a thorough knowledge of your available space, as there are two types to choose from.
The first electric fireplace insert type comes in a four-sided box form that exists as an independent unit. It comes in a variety of sizes and can be purchased separately, but is typically paired with a cabinet, corner, or entertainment center fireplace mantel selection. This is the ideal choice for use on a freestanding wall or in a corner space. A benefit of this selection is that it can be moved to another area of the room or into another room completely when one wants to rearrange the furniture for a new look.
The second design for an electric fireplace insert is an electric log set. The electric log insert set is perfect for retrofitting an existing masonry lined gas or wood burning fireplace and bringing it to life. It is a safe, clean operation that costs three cents per hour to operate with the heat turned off, and about twelve cents per hour with the heat turned on, providing supplemental heat for up to 400 square feet. The electric log insert set is a plug-in unit, which means the only thing needed to use them is access to an electric outlet source. It comes factory pre-wired, which makes for easy installation. There are no gas fittings, no masonry work, no holes in exterior walls, and no roofing contractor necessary, because electric log sets does not require ventilation.