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What is a Gas Fire?

What is a Gas Fire?

A Gas Fire is a domestic home appliance used to heat a room by using a gas flame, or a Gas Fire can also be used to add a decorative flame effect to a room.

How Many Different Types of Gas fire are available in to buy Ireland?

The following categories of Gas Fire are available from www..TheGasCompany.ie in Ireland.For more information on each Gas fire type, just click on any one of the following �listed links below.

  • What are Hole In The Wall Fires

What Are Hole In The Wall Fires? Hole In The Wall Gas Fires Are the perfect addition to the modern Open space. Warm, Stylish, and Attractive. These Fires Can Add more space to your room, by removing the need for a hearth, Giving you more floor space.

Hole in the wall gas fires

  • What are Hotbox Gas Fires? 
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".

Hotbox Gas Fires

  • What is a Convector Gas 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".

Convector Gas Fires

  • What is a Flueless Gas Fires

What Are Flueless Gas Fires? Flueless Gas Fires are a perfect option for someone who Doesn't have a chimney. The Fires are 100% efficient, and operate by cleaning the exhaust from the burner, but with no loss of heat up the chimney! Available in a large Range of types, and Sizes. No Chimney ! No Problem !

Wall Mounted Flueless Gas Fires Flueless Gas Stoves Flueless Inset Fireplace Fires

  • What are Coal Effect Gas Fires

What Are Coal Effect Fires? A 'Coal Effect Decorative Gas Fire' might best be described as an inset gas fire designed to give a low, but complimentry, 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 Cetral Heating These fires are designed to be fitted into a standard brick constructed chimney (Class 1 Chimney/Flue)

Coal Effect Gas Fires

  • What are Basket Fires

What Are Basket Fires? For a Classic Look in a room of a real Coal, or Log Fire, without the hassle of cleaning out ash. A Huge range of sizes, and finishes. Perfect for larger open fireplaces. These fires give a real flame effect, and background heat that will compliment a Warm Room.

Basket Gas Fires

  • What are Glass Fronted Gas Fires

What Are Glass Fronted Fires? Outset, and Inset types available, these Hi-efficiency, high heat fires come in a large range of types, and sizes. A perfect option for a high-heat fire, with a living Flame effect.

Stand Alone On Hearth Gas Fires

  • What are Radiant Fires

What Are Radiant Fires? Classic in Style, These Robust range of high-heat output fires suit just about any fireplace. They are mounted on the fireplace Hearth, and can be adjusted to give from 1Kw to 4Kw's of heat.

Radiant Gas

  • What are Cabinet Heaters

What Are Gas Cabinet Heaters? If Looking for that extra Heat in your home, or business? Cabinet Heaters couldn't be easier to use, and require No Installation. Available in many styles. Simply Connect Bottle Gas Cylinder, and Turn it on..

Bottled Gas Cabinet Gas Heaters

  • What are Electric Fires

At www.TheGasCompany.ie in our Electric Fires category you view the many types of available Electric Fires in Ireland. You can choose from Dimplex Opti-Myst Fires,Electric Fires with a 3D Flame, Standard Electric Inset Fires,Electric Fires Built In, Electric Fires Wall Mounted, Electric Fire Suites, Electric Stoves, Electric Radiant Fires

Electric Wall Mounted Fires Inset Electric Fires

At www.TheGasCompany.ie our helpline can always help you through the process  Please feel free to Call Our Helpline on 01 9695000

How does a thermostatically controlled gas fire work?

How does a thermostatically controlled gas fire work?


The best way we can explain this to you, is by using your cooker - as an example. 
When you set the dial on your cooker to say GAS MARK 5 (or 190 degree on an electric cooker) - when the cooker reaches the required temperature, it automatically lowers down and holds your required cooking tempreture.
When you install one of our Thermostatically controlled gas fires - the same applies.
 
Simply set the dial on your new GAS FIRE , to the level of heat you find comfortable in the room. When the room becomes warmer than the level you want, the fire will automatically lower down to control the heat.
Equally so, if the room gets colder than your set heat level , the fire will increase its burn rate to give you the extra heat you expect n the room.

So very simply put,
  1. Set your new Thermostatically Controlled Gas fire to the cosy temperature you want and you will never have to change the dial again.
  2. Your your new Thermostatically Controlled Gas fire will maintain your required heat level in the room, when it's in use. 
  3. This saves your energy,and more importantly - saves you money !!!