Electric Fireplace FAQ and Troubleshooting

High frequency questions:

1. Will an electric fireplace heat up a room?

The electric fireplace is a cost-effective, safe and efficient way to heat your home. It also has the ability to warm up the room faster than traditional fireplaces. With an electric fireplace, the heat is easily dispersed into the room. This means that you don't have to worry about losing heat through other ventilation options or chimneys that are needed for other fireplaces.If you still confused.please free feel to contact our customer service

2.Do electric fireplace use a lot of electricity?

Electric fireplaces can be one of the most energy-consuming appliances in a home, especially if you use them at their highest capacity and for many hours each day. In comparison to other large appliances like AC units, stoves or ovens - an average electric fireplace could consume as much electricity in just one hour as them.

The main difference between an electric fireplace and the oven, stove or other parts of a house is that you might run the fire for many hours each day. This means it consumes a lot more energy during that time than one appliance would. But this does not mean it's bad to use them - they can save on electricity and money when used correctly!If you still confused.please free feel to contact our customer service

3.What should I look for when buying an electric fireplace?

There are four things that you should look for and that includes:


The good news about electric fires is that there are six different styles for them, so you have a wide variety to choose from. Your personal preference and the space that you have available will help determine which style of fire is right for your room.

Stove – They copy the feel and style of a traditional wood-burning stove but you won’t need to get logs delivered. They are free-standing and can be moved anyway around the house.

Suite – They incorporate a full surround and a fire and multiple designs can be taken from the box and positioned against the wall for a fireplace that is instant.

Inset – They normally slot into a cavity or opening which could be either a surround that can house the back of the fire or an existing fireplace opening. If you don’t have an opening then a lot of inset designs come with ‘spacer kits’ which can make them freestanding.

Wall-mounted – They are perfect if you have limited floor space or if you want a modern option. They can either hang on the wall or be built-in with a streamlined look..

Heating Requirements

A lot of electric fires will come with heat output ranging from 600W to 2kW. When you start looking for an electric fire, it is important to look at the wattage- the higher that number is the better and faster this fire can heat your room. For added efficiency, many fireplaces contain a thermostatic control which means that when your living space falls below a set temperature, it produces heat..

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