Marshall Ward

Marshall Ward

December 08, 2010 03:55 ET

Electric Fires: More Than Just a Source of Heat

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Dec. 8, 2010) - Indoor heating becomes a priority for UK residents during winter. There are a variety of heating methods available to warm households this winter, including under floor heating and standing heaters. However, these heating measures are often out of sight, or when in sight, owners wish them to be hidden. The answer to these less than flattering heating appliances lies in electric fireplaces.

There is a wide selection of electric fireplaces available from Marshall Ward, and everyone can find something to suit their interior's style and colour palette. The finishes available vary greatly from light to dark, ensuring the perfect shade for every lounge. While electric fires are aesthetically pleasing and provide efficient heating, they also quick to install, easy to maintain and require no additional ventilation.

Constructed using a combination of steel, glass, wood, plastic and stone, these electric fireplaces can be either wall mounted or floor standing. Many of the models available also have remote controls. Electric fires are significantly safer to operate in a home than traditional fireplaces as they don't emit as much smoke. This makes electric fireplaces the more environmentally friendly option when it comes to decorative, yet effective, interior heating. It is also a much cleaner option and won't leave the lounge smelling of smoke.

Regardless of interior styling, every lounge could benefit from an electric fireplace, not only from a practical point of view during the winter, but also from an aesthetic perspective. These electric fires suites are exquisitely crafted with a view to add value to indoor living areas.

Electric fireplaces also don't have to cost a fortune. With models available at Marshall Ward from as little as £89, homeowners can look forward to winter home DIY that will stay within budget. For homeowners looking to make a bigger investment there are models that cost up to £1,000 and which will provide the ultimate finishing touches to any living room.

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