Gazco Huntingdon 40 Electric
The fine castings of the Huntingdon Electric range are brought alive with Gazco’s VeriFlameTM technology, which gives you two heat settings that can both be thermostatically controlled. In addition, there are also three flame brightness levels to choose from as well as the option of a blue flame effect on the highest heat setting.
Your choice of flame effect is set against the highly realistic fuel bed and individually hand painted logs, perfectly mirroring the look and atmosphere of a real woodburning stove.
The Huntingdon Electric range is available in a number of finishes to complement your home. For even more styling options, each size is also offered in either clear door or tracery door versions.
Matt Black Matt Ivory Ivory
Huntingdon 20: 1.0 – 2.0kW X Huntingdon 30: 1.0 – 2.0kW X Huntingdon 40: 1.0 – 2.0kW X
Remote as standard
No chimney required
61″ Claremont Limestone package with Gazco convector gas fire
Logic Inset Gas Fires
There are three different gas fires in the Logic™ family to choose from: the Logic™ Hotbox, Logic™ Convector or the Logic™ HE. As well as benefitting from lower installation costs by choosing a Logic™ inset gas fire, additional savings can be made as these are all Reduced Draught fires, meaning that in most cases a wall or floor vent is not required.
Logic HotboxSuitable for all chimney types, the Logic™ Hotbox is an open-fronted inset gas fire that provides a warm focal point without the additional heat emitted by the Logic™ Convector or Logic™ He. This fire offers you the options of either coal or pebble fuel beds (1) and the choice of a manual or remote control version. The hotbox draws cool room air into the bottom of the appliance (2) and then emits radiant heat into the room (3) via the glow generated on the ceramic fuel bed. This provides convenient and comforting warmth whilst retaining all the ambience of a real open fire.
Logic ConvectorThe Logic™ Convector is an efficient open inset gas fire suitable for all chimney types. It incorporates a convection system that provides additional heat and efficiency to that of the Hotbox. Available with coal or pebble fuel beds (1) and the option of either manual or remote control versions. The convector box draws cool room air into the bottom of the convection chamber (2) the cool air is warmed as it passes over the hot surfaces of the chamber (3) and the hot air is then emitted back into the room via the top convection slot (4).
Logic HEThe latest in the Logic™ gas fires range, the Logic™ HE has a glass front and boasts the highest efficiency of all the Logic™ Fires at up to 89%. This inset gas fire is manually operated with a choice of either coal or white stone fuel effects (1). With both conventional and balanced flue models, the Logic™ HE is even suitable for homes without a chimney!* The Logic™ HE box draws cool room air into the bottom of the convection chamber (2) the cool air is warmed as it passes over the hot surfaces of the chamber and the hot air is then emitted back into the room via the top convection slot (3). Maximum heat is radiated into the room via the virtually invisible glass front (4). The Logic™ HE (balanced flue only) has been specifically designed with reduced depth to allow for easy installation into the internal skin of a traditional cavity wall. * Balanced flue models only.
Logic™ Control OptionsThe complete Logic family of fires are available with your choice of three different control systems; Manual Control, new Slide Control** or for the ultimate luxury heating experience, a Remote Control to give convenient control from the comfort of your sofa.
Manual ControlAn easy to use system that allows for ignition, extinguish & full flame control all from a simple single control handle. To maintain the aesthetic appeal of your fire, the controls are discretely located behind the frame front at the bottom of the fire & can be accessed with ease.
Slide ControlGazco’s new innovative slide system has a subtly designed, ergonomic lever that is situated to the top right hand side of the fire’s frame for easy access. the new slide offers complete and convenient control over the fire, including ignition and extinguish along with flame height and corresponding heat levels, allowing you to achieve the warmth and ambiance you desire with minimal bending. Slide Control Logic fires are available with a specific selection of frame styling options, please see table below for details. ** Slide Control is not available for the Logic Hotbox or Logic Convector fires with a Pebble Fuel effect.
Remote ControlFor the ultimate in comfort, opt for the Remote Control version. Once the pilot light has been ignited manually you can use Gazco’s standard Remote Control to vary the flame height and heat output from the comfort of your sofa, achieving the perfect ambiance, returning only to the fire when you are ready to turn it off.
61″ Claremont Limestone surround complete with Gazco Huntingdon 30 Stove
Huntingdon 30 Gas Stoves A popular stove in the Gazco range, the Huntingdon 30 gas stove successfully combines refined styling with efficient heating technology. The Huntingdon 30 gas stove is available in a choice of three high quality enamel colours … Continued
57″ Georgian Roundel with gazco convector box fire
Stovax Georgian Roundel Stone Mantel
|Available Finishes||Natural Limestone, Antique White Marble|
A select collection of high-quality limestone and antique white marble stone mantel designs created by Stovax, each piece truly unique by virtue of the naturally occurring veining, subtle tonal differences and, indeed, even small fossils that may be found in the limestone. Beautiful and natural features, all of which will enhance any fireplace in your home.Full range of Stone Mantels...
GEORGIAN ROUNDEL STONE MANTEL INFORMATION
|Overall Width||Height||Shelf Depth||Leg to Leg (outer)||Opening (W x H)||Rebate|
|1,460mm (57 5/8")||1,082mm (42 1/4")||200mm (8")||1,277mm (50 1/4")||915 x 915mm (36" x 36")||30mm (1 1/4")|
54″ Pisa fireplace in marfil stone complete with london fronts and gazco gas convector
London Cast Fronts As the Georgian era developed, increasing numbers of the more wealthy landowners started to build or lease ‘town houses’ in London. The fireplace in these homes still retained its place as the focus of the room but … Continued