Recessed fireplaces

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Wood fireplace / gas / contemporary / steel

'It is magnificent - congratulations,'...

Wood fireplace / traditional / metal / closed hearth

The models in the Infire range come in a wide variety...

Wood fireplace / contemporary / closed hearth / built-in

The models in the Infire range come in a wide variety...

Wood fireplace / traditional / closed hearth / built-in

The models in the Infire Classic range come in a wide...

Wood fireplace / contemporary / closed hearth / built-in

The models in the Infire range come in a wide variety...

Wood fireplace / contemporary / steel / stone

Smooth piasentina stone front cladding and...

Wood fireplace / contemporary / metal / closed hearth

All Forma closed fireplaces may be complemented...

Wood fireplace / contemporary / stainless steel / steel

Corner coating made in stainless steel or...

Wood fireplace / contemporary / steel / closed hearth

Front cladding made of tempered glass...

Bioethanol fireplace / contemporary / steel / closed hearth

Expresione The functional approach of the designers from Planika Studio to the contemporary...

Wood fireplace / contemporary / ceramic / steel

> Divides and unites the room likewise:...

Wood fireplace / contemporary / ceramic / steel

> Being a heat storing fireplace,...

Gas fireplace / contemporary / stone / closed hearth

DRU Maestro 80/2 Eco Wave Fire as it is meant to be The fire in the corner model of the DRU...

Gas fireplace / contemporary / stone / closed hearth

DRU Maestro 80/3 Eco Wave Fire as it is meant to be The Dynamic Flame Burner ensures...

Bioethanol fireplace / contemporary / stainless steel / glass

The Denver e-Ribbon Fire™Round is one of the smallest, most versatile...

Bioethanol fireplace / traditional / stone / steel

Offering a modern twist to a traditional...

Bioethanol fireplace / contemporary / steel / aluminum

The fireplace insert decoflame® Westminster DS™...

Bioethanol fireplace / contemporary / steel / aluminum

This impressive bioethanol fireplace offers an ultra-modern...

Bioethanol fireplace / gas / contemporary / leather

A stunning, contemporary fireplace with a full length...

Gas fireplace / bioethanol / contemporary / open hearth

Part of our Linefire Collection, this...

Bioethanol fireplace / gas / contemporary / open hearth

This installation shows modern gas...

Wood fireplace / bioethanol / gas / contemporary

A beautiful, elegant fireplace and fire surround...

Electrical fireplace / contemporary / closed hearth / built-in

FUMETTO Attractive electric “water” fireplaces...

Gas fireplace / contemporary / open hearth / built-in

The CVO FIRE WAVE™ contemporary frameless fireplace...

Gas fireplace / contemporary / granite / open hearth

BORDINO : with Fire Ribbon® burner technology. This smaller "hole-in-the-wall" fireplace...

Gas fireplace / contemporary / steel / open hearth

ESSENCE : with CVO Fire Ribbon™ burner technology. This is a smaller "hole-in-the-wall"...

Gas fireplace / contemporary / open hearth / built-in

At CVO Fire we have a wide range of gas fireplace designs which are suitable to mount a TV above. This...

How to choose this product

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A built-in fireplace is often used for heating living spaces. Although many types may require a chimney for evacuation of fumes and ventilation, some can be used without attachment to a chimney or an external wall vent.

Applications

These fireplaces are used as a focal point in domestic living spaces and some commercial environments, such as hotels and bars. There are both open and closed models.

Technologies

Such fireplaces may be fired by wood, biofuel, gas or electricity. While wood and similar fuels require a chimney to evacuate fumes and provide enough oxygen for proper combustion, electric and other models may not require exterior ventilation. These are often much easier to install and maintain.

How to choose

Ensure that the unit's size, style and type of fire are appropriate for the room in light of ventilation. Chimneys and flues must be carefully examined and repaired if necessary.

Consider installation modalities, ease of use and maintenance. There should be no nearby flammable materials and flames should be easily doused. Gas units must be checked regularly, especially in public or commercial buildings. Consider fuel storage and the possible need for fire guards.

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