If you are looking for a modern fire for your new home, consider our flueless gas fires. A flueless gas fireplace is a perfect option for a contemporary property because there is no need for a chimney or flue system. As the fire burns cleanly, a flue is not needed at all, providing a simple layout, installation and build.
Wall Mounted Flueless Gas Fires
Traditional Style Flueless Gas Fires with Surrounds
Benefits of Flueless Gas Fires
Flueless gas fires provide many benefits to you as a property owner. A cleaner solution, these excellent devices can benefit those prone to allergies due to the low levels of emissions released into the atmosphere.
Since the gas costs less, modern flueless gas fires are also highly energy efficient and incredibly cost effective. Starting at just 11p/hour these fires have one of the lowest k/w costs on the market today.
When you have a chimney with a fire, there is a certain level of heat loss. Since there is no flue with these fires, they are often considered to be 100% energy efficient.
As well as providing an easier option for installation, our cheap flueless gas fires can be installed anywhere in an external or internal wall. This is due to the fact that issues with chimneys and flues do not need to be considered.
As well as being energy efficient our flueless fires are safe with a special setup that will shut the fire off if air flow in the room is reduced. As well as this, our flueless gas fires exceed the highest CE regulations, guaranteeing you a safe system for your home.
Choose From A Range Of Styles And Features
When selecting a flueless gas fire, consider our full range of models and designs that could look stunning in any room of your home. Styles like the Moderno, Angel and Classico stand out, protruding from the wall and could be a centerpiece feature of any living area. With bold, chic, minimalist designs, these gas fires are the perfect option for contemporary decor.
With metal, glass and wooden exterior designs, you can choose the material that will suit your home or room the best.
As well as providing flueless fires that stand out, we can also offer a recessed system, fully built into a wall of your home. Perfect if you want your fire to fit into the background of your room design this option is available on the Angel, Classico and the Moderno. Enquire today, and we’ll assist you on this type of installation for your home.
You can even get a flueless fire that provides the typical, more traditional layout with a Kiah suite built around an Angel or Bonita model. These fireplaces are the perfect choice for designing a living area that has a classic home comfort with a modern flair.
If you are interested in learning more about our stunning flueless gas fires or you would like a quote, contact us today. A friendly member of our team will be happy to assist you and find the perfect flueless gas fire for your property.
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY: “Just a note to express our complete satisfaction with your product, service and technical support. After visiting your showroom we opted for the Moderno Flueless gas fire with black recess plate. Every question we had was answered in a clear and understandable way, nothing was too much trouble. The fire and surround are now fitted and look stunning. Everyone who visits our home asks where it came from. I will for sure recommend your company to them all. In this age it is both refreshing and a pleasure to do business with a business who cares ! Best Regards. Marc Kaluza” – Read our other customer reviews.
The CVO Fire brand was established in 1999. We specialise in designing and manufacturing high quality heating appliances from our North East factory. Visit our FIREVAULT Fireplace Showroom based in the Newton Aycliffe – County Durham (DL5 6XN) to view our products or download our Flueless Gas Fire Brochure to learn more about this new technology.
Guide to Flueless Gas Fire Technology
“If the 15 million Chimney Fires in the UK were replaced by Flueless Fires this would save 40,260,000,000 kW of gas every year and carbon dioxide emissions would reduce by over 7,649,400 tonnes every year. A Flueless Gas Fire converts 100% of the gas to heat where a conventional fire this could be as little as 10%. Running costs are from only 9p per Hour”
Flueless Gas Fires are a great way to add additional heat and a design feature to your property. There are many myths and rumors surrounding this type of energy efficient gas fire. These are posted mainly on web forums and blogs. While making wild claims the posters never back them up with any real facts regarding the technology or say how the fires work. When installed correctly and used the way they are designed to be used, flueless gas fires are a great way to add instant heat to a room – and are incredible safe. We have created this page to provide actual facts about the style of fire and how they are designed to work, the correct installation requirements and the CE testing procedure that must be passed before a manufacturer can sell a flueless gas fire in the UK.
We would not be able to sell them if they were not safe. Like everything technology moves on and modern flueless gas fires that are sold within the EU are designed to comply with a very strict set of test and manufacturing regulations. There are only a small number of gas fire manufacturers who manufacture this style of fireplace in Europe. Modern flueless gas fires, built to the latest CE standard have very small levels of emissions – typically around only 3ppm (parts per million parts).
The image right shows the flue gas analyzer results for a CVO Moderno 3.5Kw fireplace. The combustion ratio, as recorded, is 0.00585. The CE safe limit is 0.02. The result shown is 70% less than the limit that the CE standard considers safe.
These emissions are taken using a flue gas analyzer directly from the top of the fire. It is a concentrated sample. The emissions are then diluted by the oxygen within the room. When you consider a smoker has over 100ppm in their breath you can see how low the emissions given out by our flueless gas fires really are. You will not see any figures on emissions given out on blogs or forums.