Deciding on the right gas fire for your home can be a daunting task; there are gas fires available for virtually any home, including modern properties without a chimney or flue. The popularity of gas appliances continues to rise and with the breadth of fire styles available in today’s market, it obvious why. While it is still possible to achieve that classic inset gas fire look with a coal fuel effect, a decorative front and a frame, there are now options to install a cassette fire into the wall to create a contemporary hole in the wall look amongst many other choices. Glass fronted or open fronted with convenience controls of all types, the modern day gas fire is easy to operate and provides instant heat with no mess. While it is true that gas fires are both efficient and low maintenance, it is a known fact that any appliance can become a nuisance if neglected.
Gas fires are the cheapest to run in terms of fuel cost per KW of heat produced and have come a long way since the earlier models. BHL have a large range of classic and contemporary gas fires that are perfect for achieving a fresh modern look in your home. Though gas fires seem fairly care free, they do need annual inspection. It is an important practice, which many overlook, because fires burn clean and are very easy to take care of many assume they do not need taking care of. This is not the case, every fireplace should be cleaned annually. It is also advised that you get your fireplace inspected every spring, that way you’ll have a flawlessly functioning fireplace all year round.
Gas fires are preferred for their fire effect without the hassle of a live burning wood or multifuel stove. Here at BHL our ever-growing range of gas fires means there is something for everyone. From a tradition Robinson Willey to a modern Flavel we’re sure you’ll find something to suit your home.
It is imperative that that you have someone who is Gas Safe registered install your appliance, as it is against the law to install these appliances with no registration to do so. Allowing someone who isn’t qualified to install or service your gas appliance can put you at serious risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is incredibly dangerous, and can go unnoticed before any harm is caused. If you’re having a gas appliance installed it is advised that you purchase a carbon monoxide alarm.
Here at BHL we try our best to supply you with the most reputable and reliable brands on the market. Robinson Willey was established in 1960 and with a manufacturing pedigree that spans over 50 years, Robinson Willey is a name that is known and trusted by us here at BHL and many others. As well as being the UK’s leading supplier of contract fires, the Robinson Willey name is arguably one of the worlds most recognised gas fire brands. Hence, understanding and meeting your heating needs comes as a second nature to Robinson Willey. Valor is one of Britain’s much loved brands and one of the most recognised names in home heating – a far cry from the humble beginnings in 1890 when Valor first began manufacturing oil storage cylinders from a small factory in Ludgate Hill. Their enviable reputation today is built on reliability, trust and safety and this all stems from their unswerving commitment to create energy efficient heating solutions that surpass the needs today’s modern lifestyles.