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FAQs

What is the downside of electric fireplace?
While electric fireplaces are efficient for small to medium-sized rooms, they might not provide enough heat for larger spaces or extremely cold climates, especially when used as the sole heat source.
Are electric fires hard on electricity?
No. Electric fireplaces are designed to be energy-efficient. They are a popular choice due to their ability to convert most of the electricity they use directly into heat, minimising energy wastage.
Do you need an electrician to install an electric fireplace?
No. Installing an electric fireplace is a straightforward DIY task, as it doesn't necessitate an exhaust system or chimney.
Do electric fireplaces heat a room well?
Yes, Electric fireplaces are quite effective at heating a room. They are excellent for heating the specific area or room in which they are installed, providing targeted warmth without the need to heat the entire house.
DO ELECTRIC FIREPLACES USE A LOT OF HEAT?
No. Electric Fireplaces almost have 100% energy efficiency rating. All the energy converts into heat energy rather than being wasted through vents, chimneys... You also control the level of heat needed and thus control costs.
CAN YOU INSTALL AN ELECTRIC FIREPLACE ANYWHERE?
Yes. Electric fireplace does not release fumes or smoke. You can install an electric fireplace almost anywhere in your home, including places where a traditional fire wouldn't be possible, like in a bedroom.
DO I NEED TO VENT AN ELECTRIC FIREPLACE?
No, that’s the benefit of an electric fireplace. Electric fireplaces do not release fumes or smoke, do you don't nee d a chimney flue. This also means that you can install an electric fire almost anywhere in your home, including places where a traditional fire wouldn't be possible, like in a bedroom.
CAN YOU USE AN ELECTRIC FIREPLACE TO HEAT A ROOM?
Yes. They’re ideal for heating areas of the home rather than the entire home. Depending on the model and its heat capacity Electric Fireplaces can produce enough heat to warm up a mid-sized room. Other factors to consider is your home insulation and where it is located inside your home.

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