Recessed Fireplace - Add Warmth and Elegance to Your Home With a Recessed Fireplace

Update:23 Nov
A Recessed Fireplace creates the cozy ambiance of a traditional fireplace. It features 5 flame settings, a remote control, and realistic flames. It can use one or both logs and crystals. Recessed fireplaces are typically mounted in a wall. This type of fireplace is available in different sizes and styles.
Recessed fireplaces are easy to install. They typically come with a mounting bracket and a screwdriver for installation. Installation can be a one-person job, and you can complete the project in a few hours. If you are not confident in your ability to do it, you can contact a licensed electrician. Using a licensed electrician will help ensure that the installation meets electrical standards and regulations. Connecting the power outlet is an essential step in ensuring that the firebox can receive energy. It's a good idea to have two people helping you, however, because of the weight of the fireplace insert.
Electric fireplaces come with several different mounting options. Recessed fireplaces, also known as built-in fireplaces, create a niche in a wall and insert the back of the fireplace into the niche. Another option is the flush mount installation, which frames the fireplace flush with the wall. The difference between the two types of installation is that the recessed fireplace takes up less space and looks more authentic.
If you are installing an electric fireplace, be sure to check your wiring and electrical connections before installing. The front face of the fireplace should be at least three feet away from combustible materials. The other parts, including the chimney and flue, require less clearance. Check the manual for more details and precautions.
Whether you are building a new house or relocating an existing one, an electric fireplace can help add warmth and elegance to your living space. They are convenient to install and won't interrupt the flow of your living space. A recessed fireplace also requires little maintenance and is environmentally-friendly. A recessed fireplace can provide heating to up to 400 square feet.
When choosing a fireplace, it's important to choose one that's built for the space where you plan to install it. You may want to consider a recessed fireplace that uses a projection screen to create an illusion of flames. However, you'll need to spend a little time on preparation and installation.
Another option is a wall-mounted electric fireplace. These fireplaces can be installed right over a piece of furniture, console, or cabinet. You'll need a level surface, studs, and a bracket, and you'll need a power outlet nearby. A wall-mount electric fireplace is a more permanent solution. A wall-mounted electric fireplace can be installed on the surface of the wall, but some models can be partially recessed into the wall to create a built-in look.
A good electric fireplace can be used any time of the year and can be set on a low or high heat level. They also have a built-in timer that can be set for anywhere from 30 minutes to eight hours. An electric fireplace can also be energy-efficient. LED technology helps save money by using less energy to heat a room, and it's mercury-free.

EF-14B 35’’ Curved Face Wall Mounted Fireplace, with Log Ember Bed

♦Wall mounted fireplace

♦2 heating settings: 1000W/200W for 220-240V,50/60Hz

                                      750W/1500W for 100-130V/60Hz

♦LED lights

♦Log fuel effect

♦Curved mirror tempered glass front panel

♦Adjustable flame brightness

♦Alternative manual control panel

♦Remote control for choice(on/off, dimmer, heating 1 and heating 2)

♦Safety thermostat cut off device