These innovative fireplaces are elegant with a real flame and are fueled by liquefied petroleum gas or natural gas and are closed type. They offer unobstructed views of the fire thanks to the absence of a frame on the facade and the minimal number of visible steel parts.

A very good alternative reliable solution for central heating of apartments or houses are solid fuel boilers.

Two-sided fireplaces or a differently “double-view” are the ideal choice for placing in the corner of the room. Energy save fireplaces are divided into two main categories depending on how they promote the hot air in the room: in hot air fan fireplaces and in natural flow energy fireplaces.

We live in a country that is blessed in terms of climate conditions. Three hundred days a year (in average) sunshine. There is also a high percentage of homeownership. Many of us have courtyards, gardens and therefore we spend a lot of time taking care of them. If you are thinking about decorating – shaping your outdoor space, we can help you by offering you plenty of services and materials.

Energy save fireplaces have entered our lives in recent years. With a brief search of newspapers, magazines and published articles on the construction or decoration of the house, just 10-15 years ago, the main question about the type of fireplace to be installed was a handmade fireplace or a mass production fireplace made from bricks or a cast iron by a factory.

What are pellets?

Pellets or agglomerates of wood are environmentally friendly, wood-based or biomass-based fuel. They are mainly made of sawdust or other waste from wood processing plants.

Turning a traditional open fireplace into energy save fireplace is usually relatively easy, without too much trouble and without much annoyance for the homeowners. The small irritation is negligible in relation to the permanent and multiple benefits we have to gain. Heating appliances placed inside the existing fireplace so it can be upgraded to energy save fireplace are called insert energy cassettes.  

In the years preceding the economic crisis, our country had experienced an unprecedented boom in building and construction activity. Hundreds of thousands of new apartments and detached houses were rebuilt in the years from 1995 to 2010, offering housing to thousands of households and work for thousands of workers, employed in nearly two hundred occupations related to the construction.

The economic crisis has made us review many things. One of these is heating. The fireplace has returned to our homes because it offers a more economical, alternative heating.

Fire has contributed to the evolution of the human race, as our ancestors managed to provide warmth and greatly improving their standard of living by using it. The fireplace in ancient times was dominate and the center around which the house was built.

One of the most common questions I receive from my customers is the following: Where will the air for burning the fireplace or the wood stove? Will it be from inside or outside the house, how will it be replenished, how much air it needs to work, open an intake port, build a conduit in case the fireplace does not touch an exterior wall?