Our DL and DX Series fireplaces are all Smart Heat enabled, meaning you can control your fireplace using our smartphone app and web platform. These fireplaces use an Ethernet cable which connects them to a plug-in port on a wireless router. However, getting the Ethernet cable from the router to the fireplace can sometimes be a problem, so we’ve sourced a solution using powerline adaptor cubes.
Looking at the Escea events calendar for 2015, it is definitely going to be a busy year for the Sales and Marketing Team. To welcome in the year of events, we will be attending the New Zealand Institute of Architects Conference in Auckland. This event will be held from the 10-13 of February at the Viaduct Events Centre.
Once you have decided to add flame to your outdoor area, you next have to decide what type of fire feature you will elect.
There are several things to consider when deciding on the finishing touches of your outdoor living space. Over the Summer, we’ll discuss outdoor living as a whole – benefits, features, design and yummy food.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Home Design Trends Survey reported that this year creating a ‘useful and versatile’ outdoor living space was a high priority for American home owners and the rest of the world isn’t far off that either.
The first decision being: To add or not to add flame?
Purpose built for the residing family, this countryside home in Wanaka (NZ) is an impressive but natural beauty.
Choosing Wanaka as their base was an integral part of the decision process, so they wanted to adequately reflect that choice in the home’s materials. Central Otago schist is generously used throughout the house for framing objects and creating bold entry points; three Escea fireplaces with coal and wood inspired fuel beds echo country elements; “custom rusticated” cedar weatherboard achieves a austere appearance; and finally, plastered Rockcote Integra panel cladding provides a sturdy home foundation.
‘Next Residential’ is a two-storey home builder located in Perth who offer uniquely designed and beautifully finished homes. Next Residential participated in the 2014 Appealathon by designing and building a home that is being sold entirely for charity. 100 percent of the sale proceeds go to the Spine and Limb Foundation; a non-for-profit organisation providing services, advocacy and advice to persons who have sustained permanent spinal cord injury and persons who have sustained traumatic or genetic limb loss. An Escea ST900, a low energy consumption ambient fireplace, was contributed to the home as the focal point for the family living area. Watch the whole project unfold in the timelapse video.
Research by BRANZ discovered that by using gas and LPG in our homes, we could halve New Zealand’s household electricity demand. Currently, our excessive reliance on electric heating is causing a huge strain in our electricity system in NZ. Even though heating with gas has less impact on the environment than electricity. However, gas heating appliances have a higher initial purchase cost causing people to deter themselves from a gas heating option. When we’re assessing what heating solutions we should put into our home it simply comes down to: efficient natural warmth that adds to your home’s comfort and the health of those in it.
So what is better for your home, electrical or gas heating?
Our Powered Direct Vent Technology gives you the flexibility to place your fire almost anywhere you wish. A fireplace in the middle of the room – why not? Run a flue under the floor. Horizontal or vertical installation – No worries!
As the Sales and Marketing Manager at Escea, I constantly keep my ear to the ground to learn how our products are perceived around New Zealand. Learning about how our company and products impact New Zealand’s economy is vital for constant product development and market awareness.
As a small country on the world stage, New Zealanders have to stick together in high value industries. Producing high quality, revolutionary, NZ made products keep booming industries, specifically the hi-tech, alive in our end of the world and do inspiring things for our nation.
For the second time this year, the Escea Danish interns ventured off into the great NZ outdoors to uphold Escea intern tradition. Beginning Friday night, the group started the trip in Oamaru, lounging, drinking, eating and sleeping under the stars.
Saturday was action-packed with activities ranging from tramping, investigating caves and biking through rolling valleys. On the way to Mt Cook they visited Elephant Rocks, Canyon Creek and whale fossils; stopping briefly for a quick dip in Canyon Creek – just a taste tester of what was to come (And they thought that was cold).