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The delightful vision of an open fire never fails to generate a warmer and cosy atmosphere in the home, but what if you don’t have a flue or gas supply and refuse to spend thousands of pounds on installing them?
The novel new range of biofuel fireplaces from Living It Up, may provide a stylish solution that’s sure to bring excitement and warmth to any environment. Living It Up’s ultra contemporary biofuel fireplaces can produce a striking feature for any room in the home: These versatile and easily moved fires can also be used outside, adding a glamorous aura to patios and gardens. Although it’s getting colder outside, if you have a versatile biofuel fire from Living It Up, you can drive out the chill and still relax outside on the patio. You don’t need a flue or chimney and there is no installation cost. whatsoever, due to bioethanol, a renewable and green energy source, derived from the sugars of wheat and rape seed. Furthermore these fires produce no more carbon dioxide than when you exhale.
Living It Up has tried hard to provide a choice of contemporary designs to suit most modern households:
Beauty & Function – The Art of Fire…
Following an exhaustive programme of research and development, Chesney’s is manufacturing a unique range of gas fires to suit its fireplaces.
Its new Alchemy range of gas fires successfully combine the latest technology, with a design aesthetic that places the product that surpasses the competition in terms of both beauty and functionality.
Chesney’s – the leading supplier of period fireplaces in the UK has departed from tradition, and introduced a range of flueless gas fires that don’t need a chimney – or a fireplace!
A conventional gas fire discharges its fumes through a flue, or up the chimney as they contain harmful carbon monoxide. Unfortunately, quite a bit of heat is lost at the same time.