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    Electric Fireplaces

    Imagine the warm, cozy and inviting ambiance a fireplace would bring to your home. Unfortunately this is an expensive project; installing a fireplace can cost thousands. However, an electric fireplace is an affordable alternative that still provides similar fulfilling qualities. The has a beautiful selection of electric fireplaces to fit any budget.
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    By Shelba from Puyallup, WA on February 2, 2016
    I am looking for a 2 sided electric fireplace. Do you carry anything like that?
    By Tyler M. on February 2, 2016

    By Michael from Guttenberg on October 28, 2016
    I need a fireplace that is two way so that I can put it in a half wall between my living room and dining room. Do you have this type?
    By Brennan W. on October 28, 2016

    We have one electric unit that can be installed this way, which is the Dimplex BF392SD Built-In 2-Sided Electric Firebox with 3-Stage Remote.

    By Morris Payton from Tacoma, WA on November 6, 2016
    Are electric fireplaces expensive to operate, and do they increase the power bill for the entire house

    By Mark from MO on December 28, 2015
    What surround fits a Majestic SF-BI30-E fireplace to fill in the existing fireplace opening?
    By Will M. on December 29, 2015

    While this fireplace may be installed into an existing fireplace, no optional surrounds are offered by the manufacturer for an installation of this type.

    By Terry from Santa Cruz, CA on May 23, 2016
    Do you have any electric fireplaces that recess into a standard 3.5 inch wall?

    By Will M. on May 24, 2016

    The Napoleon Allure 42 Inch Electric Fireplace with Heater - NEFL42FH is one suggestion that can be recessed into a 3 1/2" deep wall.

    By Ed Rudd from Brooksville, KY on January 30, 2017
    I have a Febo Flame model #ZHS 36. Is there a way I could get the manual for this item?
    By Will M. on January 31, 2017

    We are not a dealer of these hearth systems. I suggest contacting the manufacturer for further assistance.

    By Julie from Fort Wayne, IN on January 19, 2017
    Do you still sell trim kits?
    By Owen on January 20, 2017

    Yes, we do sell trim kits.

    By Lori Rothermel from Pittsburgh, PA on December 6, 2016
    We have a 2-sided non-vented, gas log fireplace that can be seen in the family room and living room. We are looking to transition this to an electric log set.
    By Will M. on December 6, 2016

    We do not offer any see-through electric inserts.

    By Georgia from Aliquippa, PA on September 21, 2014
    Can you insert a wall mount electric fireplace into an actual fireplace that is not in use?

    By Kevin E. on September 22, 2014

    Theoretically, you could. But, the job would likely require a bit of custom work to finish out the installation to make the two fireplaces appear flush with one another. One of our Electric inserts would likely be better for the job.

    By Jay from Houston, TX on July 2, 2015
    I would appreciate your recommendations of models to consider for a recessed linear electric fireplace. I have began construction of a new house and am 4-8 weeks from needing a fireplace. I had intended on getting the FMI Paris Lights, 43" ventless propane model, and may still. I like it's linear geometry and (especially) its thin-bezel that will allow stone/tile to effectively be set right up to the firebox. The house is in Texas so, heat output is not a NOT a critical factor. Some heat would be nice. I am going to mount a TV above the fireplace but, there will be a thick stone mantel below the TV.

    My builder asked me to look at recessed electric fireplace alternatives.
    The fireplace will have thin set brick columns on its right and left.
    The span between columns is designed at 57". So, I would be looking for a firebox front width of 42" - 52", although the recessed fireplace's external rear casing could be wider. I want a linear look so, the front firebox height should be 20" or (preferably) less. What would you recommend?

    By Will M. on July 2, 2015

    While there is the Dimplex VF5452L Opti-V Duet Wall Mounted Electric Fireplace that meets most of this criteria and is quite easily the most realistic-looking electric looking model on the market, it produces no heat and the framing width of 55.3" may be troublesome. The model that best suits your needs would be the Dimplex BLF50 Synergy Wall Mounted Electric Fireplace. In a fully recessed or flush to wall installation, the framing dimensions are 49" w x 18 1/2" H. Per the manufacturer, this model will provide zone heat for a space up to 400 square feet.

    By Gloria from Glade Spring, VA on November 6, 2015
    I'm looking for a heat source for a small cottage that is one room measuring about 140-160 square feet. What would you suggest? I also want to use an old mantel that I have. Can you recommend a fireplace that would be suitable for such a small space?
    By Will M. on November 6, 2015

    Most all electric fireplaces with a heating element will be able to heat the space you describe. 1500 watts equates to 5,000 Btu, which equates to electric fireplaces having the capability of heating a space of 143 square feet.

    The Dimplex BFSL33 Slim Direct Wire 33" Electric Firebox would be an excellent choice, so long as this works well with your mantel dimensions.

    By Bailey from Southern, CA on December 30, 2015
    Of the Dimplex electric fireplace inserts you have, which one uses electric bulbs? Can it be the Dimplex DF 3015?
    By Will M. on December 30, 2015

    The DF3015 does indeed use LED lighting.

    By Caroline C. Howe from Bristol, Maine on December 17, 2016
    I have an electric fireplace with no name on it. The Model Number: 25-791-68 Serial Number: 1523ADD84196. I am unable to find the remote or start a fire.
    By Brennan W. on December 19, 2016

    It appears your unit is a Hampton Bay electric fireplace. Unfortunately, we do not carry a remote that would work with your fireplace.

    By Nancy Hassell from Massachusetts on December 23, 2016
    I am interested in a small stove (or fireplace-style heater).I have a cool room that electric baseboard heaters are not able to heat. I want to heat a room that is 13' x 14'. Should I get a heater with a blower? I would also like a thermostat. My budget is (up to) $150.
    By Owen on December 26, 2016

    The closest option to your budget would be a
    By Judi from FL on October 30, 2015
    Do you have an electric fireplace that can be seen from both sides?
    By Tyler M. on October 30, 2015

    In addition to traditional electric fireplaces, we have sleek wall mount electric fireplace selections, corner fireplaces, electric fireplace media centers, freestanding fireplaces and much more to fit any decorative preferences. We offer these units for the lowest prices. If you find the same product for a lower price, we'll beat it with our 110% Best Price Policy. What would normally cost thousands can cost you less than $500, and if you want, you can even put electric fireplaces in multiple rooms.

    The best part of owning an electric fireplace or wall mount electric fireplace is knowing that once you've installed it - usually a very simple task - your work is done; there's virtually no maintenance and you don't have to worry about any of the safety hazards commonly associated with other types of fireplaces. When you order your floor or wall mount electric fireplace from, you'll receive Free Shipping and outstanding customer service backed by the Yahoo! Shopping Network and the Better Business Bureau. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us by phone or email. Our professional and knowledgeable representatives will be happy to assist you.

    Is an Electric Fireplace Right for You?

    An electric fireplace is one of the most convenient types of hearth appliance. Electric fireplaces require no venting, they can be placed almost anywhere, and they plug right into most electrical outlets. Many of them even come with their own mantel cabinets, literally allowing you to create an entire hearth with just one purchase.

    Electric fireplaces have a plethora of other benefits:

    * An electric fireplace or wall mount electric fireplace does not require a chimney, gas line or vent - perfect if you live in an apartment, dorm or condominium.

    * Most are portable, so you can take them from room to room or even house to house if you move.

    * They provide about as much heat as a typical space heater, but they're much more attractive.
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