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The Story of Natural Gas | Types of Heating | Gas Hot Water | Gas Cooking | The Environment
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Flued Heating

The Cosy Alternative

It's hard to beat the rustic charm of a log fire on a cold winter's night. However, there's also the mess and hard work to keep them going. Not so, with natural gas flued heating. With the flick of a switch, you'll be enjoying the same cosy heat generated by a log fire, without chopping a single piece of wood.

Hot Choices

Flued heating is versatile with many appliance options available, allowing you to tailor a heater according to the requirements of your family and the size of your home. Radiant flued heating features a series of glowing red tiles, replicating a traditional log fire.Another variation is the convection flued heater, which circulates warm air and distributes it throughout the room. Flued heaters are vented to the outside air, similar to a small chimney. In so doing, the by-products of combustion are channelled outside leaving you to enjoy the cosy comfort of a freshly heated room.

A feature of some flued heating allows some wall mounted units to be rear-vented to an adjoining room, giving it up to 40% of its heat. Which means while you warm up two rooms, you also save considerable space and money.


The Story of Natural Gas | Types of Heating | Gas Hot Water | Gas Cooking | The Environment
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