Escea has been acknowledged as the fireplace market leaders when it comes to beauty, efficiency and technology, but it was always important that comfort and ease of use was part of that list. The in-house engineers developed the Smart Heat Technology which lives in the heart of most Escea fireplaces to make your life that bit easier.
We get asked this a lot – will my gas fire cost me a lot of money to run? It’s a valid question. No matter how convenient and good looking your gas fire is, if it’s going to chew through gas at an exuberant rate then you’re not likely to turn it on very much.
Here’s the thing – not all gas fires are the same.
Recently we welcomed Alex Cleveland to the Escea team. Alex returned home to New Zealand after living in Australia for the past nine years, Escea managed to snap him up in the role of National Sales Advisor. We caught up with Alex to find out a bit more about him and his background.
Our Smart Series investigates the homes and people that are utilising technology and innovation for an easier and better life.
Here, we round-up a few of the most innovative new products you should know about now.
Whether you like the look or are simply trying to maximise space when taking into account the design of your fireplace, having a television above has always been a popular choice.
We’ve just upgraded our Design Your Fire tool and thought it was the perfect time to throw a Facebook competition to promote it…
Escea has just revamped its Design Your Fire tool, allowing you to customise the look of your dream fireplace even more than before.
With this interactive design tool, you can create and compare a wide range of Escea fireplace ideas, mixing and matching the design features. This allows you to visualise each fire, so you can pick the perfect one to suit your home.
Design Your Fire is super easy to use. Basically you just want to let the orange circles guide you. Start by choosing your fireplace model, then fascia (frame) and finally the fuelbed of your choice.
An Auckland architect flips the design and layout of a dated 1960s home on its head, achieving a modern family-friendly home with flexible and enriching spaces.
It’s often said that when you buy a house you should live in it through all the seasons before you undertake major renovations. Tim and Anna, the owners of this Mount Albert home in Auckland played by that rule book when they purchased this 1960s brick and tile home five years ago.
Escea’s latest release, the Truly Frameless DS1400 gas fireplace is now available for purchase. The new model comes in both single and double sided variations, with the fuelbed options of Crystalight, Coals, Rocks, Logs and Woodland Selection.
A kitchen for a couple in the food business, who love cooking and entertaining. That’s the sort of open brief that Damian Hannah of German Kitchens can really get stuck into.
The multi-award-winning designer was called in by the New Plymouth clients to detail the generous kitchen space in their complete renovation of a 1980s beach-side home. The brief then morphed, Hannah designing the entertainment and fireplace for the adjoining living room, before overhauling the bathroom and master bedroom closet.