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November 22, 2012
Heating your home without need for electricity

While buying a gas fireplace for a home it is important to find out if this heating appliance will work in case of a power outage. It is critical for houses in more rural areas where power outages seem to happen more often but even big city dwellers can be affected by multiday power cuts after catastrophic earthquakes, storms, tornados or a tsunami.  Let’s see what options are out there.

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October 8, 2012
Escea is in North America

Escea has a new distributor for the USA and Canada who provides great sales and technical support for our luxury fireplaces there.

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September 25, 2012
Avant-garde house with the warmth of an Escea fireplace

The very thought of relaxing in a house that is structurally unique, cosy and architecturally modern evokes images that are soothing as well as tempting.

Boora Architects metal house with Escea fireplace

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July 23, 2012
How do you choose the best fuel bed for your fireplace?

After choosing the correct size of a gas fireplace with the right heat output, the retailer will often ask you what kind of style front and fuel bed you require. This is when we see that the majority of buyers get overwhelmed with choice. Below we will cover some tips on how to choose your fuel bed (also known as flame effect, fire effect and fireplace bed, fire bed).

Similar to the fascia of the fireplace, the base of dancing flames should work with the rest of the room and match the taste of the owner. Manufacturers of fireplaces come up with various options but in general you can expect variations on imitation logs, a rocky fuel bed or modern solutions from broken glass to other colourful material.

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June 29, 2012
Travertine Stone House

Spanish architecture firm A-Cero Architecture has come up with idea of using stone for nearly all interior and exterior elements of a gorgeous house near Madrid. The company used cream travertine slabs to clad outside walls, surround of a swimming pool and floors on two levels of this stunning residential property.

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June 21, 2012
Escea EF5000 fireplace in Telecom building

Telecom Central in Wellington city is a state of the art office and retail space which was awarded a 5 Green Star rating due to its environmentally friendly design and performance. As the headquarters of Telecom New Zealand the building is around 19,000m sq and houses around 1700 employees. It was built using a thermally active exterior and tactile office interior with the future of their staff and growth in mind. [ Read more ]