Gas Fires

Gas Fires
Gas Fires

 At www.TheGasCompany.ie, within our Gas Fires for fireplaces category you will find a range of all types of gas fires for standard fireplace installation . We list a range of High Efficiency Gas Fires, Gas Convector Box Fires, Gas Hotbox Fires, Flueless Gas Fires, Coal Effect Gas Fires, Basket Fires and Glass Fronted gas fires. 

 At www.TheGasCompany.ie, within our Gas Fires for fireplaces category you will find a range of all types of gas fires for standard fireplace installation . We list a range of High Efficiency Gas Fires, Gas Convector Box Fires, Gas Hotbox Fires, Flueless Gas Fires, Coal Effect Gas Fires, Basket Fires and Glass Fronted gas fires. 

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  • High Efficiency Gas Fires

    What are HIGH EFFICIENCY  Gas Fires? These Fires are available in a large range of finishes, and styles. Efficiency on these fires are usually around 75% to 87%. This will Give you a better Heat Output, While keeping gas usage Lower.

  • Convector Gas...

    What is a "Gas Convector Fire"?

    A convector fire draws cold air in and sends it back out the room as hot air., maximise heat out put whilst keep your fuel bills down. A Convector Box fire is a gas fire with an additional heat engine, which by its design, delivers a flame effect - combined with a higher level heat than that of a hotbox. This category of fire typically delivers between 3 Kilo Watts and 4.5 Kilo Watts of heat.To explain this heat measurement figure,1 Kilo Watt of Heat would be the equivalent of a 1 bar electric fire. Convector Box gas fires are generally fitted into a rectangular shaped opening and for this reason are not generally suitable for fitting into a "cast iron fireplace".

  • Hotbox Gas...
    What is a "Gas Hotbox Fire"?

    A hotbox is a gas fire, which by its design, delivers a flame effect - combined with heat. This category of fire typically delivers between 2.5 Kilo Watts and 3.5 Kilo Watts of heat.To explain this heat measurement figure, a 1 Kilo Watt of Heat would be the equivalent of a 1 bar electric fire. A hotbox has a box built around the flame, which controls heat loss to the chimney, and as a result it delivers more heat to the room than that of a basic "Coal Effect Fire".Hotbox gas fires are generally fitted into a rectangular opening and for this reason are not generally suitable for fitting into a "cast iron fireplace".

  • Decorative Gas Fires

    What Are Decorative Gas Effect Fires? A 'Coal Effect Decorative Gas Fire' might best be described as an inset gas fire designed to give a low, but complimentary, heat level to a room. A Coal Effect Decorative Gas Fire is typically used in a room where an alternative heat source is also available. For example to compliment existing Central Heating These fires are designed to be fitted into a standard brick constructed chimney (Class 1 Chimney/Flue)

  • Gas Fires-Freestanding

    What are freestanding gas fires such as Glass Fronted Fires and radiant outset fires? These gas fire are generally very High-efficiency and have a range of types, and sizes and normally stand proud of the wall on a fireplace hearth.

  • Fan Assisted Gas Fires.

    At The Gas Company we offer a good range of Power Flue Gas Fires. Please click inside to have a look at the variety of different fires that are available to you. Fitted directly through the wall behind the fire to the outside.