If you're looking to install a new fireplace in your home, you may be wondering what a recessed fireplace is. Recessed fireplaces don't need a surround, so you can install them over existing furniture, cabinets, or consoles. You need a stud or level to install one of these fireplaces, as well as a bracket and access to a power source. If you're planning to install a recessed fireplace in your own home, you can do so yourself by following these simple instructions.
Electric fireplaces have two main types, flush-mounted and recessed. The former requires a hole in the wall and creates a niche to insert the back of the fireplace. The latter installs flush with the wall. A zero-clearance fireplace, on the other hand, can be installed against combustible materials, such as brick, concrete, or stone. A recessed fireplace doesn't need special venting.
Electric fireplaces come in two varieties: floor-level and wall-mounted. A recessed electric fireplace can appear as a recessed fireplace and save space in the living room. Recessed electric fireplaces are easy to install and provide a striking visual effect. If you don't want to do the installation yourself, you can ask a friend or colleague who is an electrician to do it for you. These fireplaces are simple to install, and most procedures are very straightforward.
Recessed fireplaces are not only practical but can also add personality to your home. They'll also be the focus of conversation when you're entertaining guests. Whether you're renovating your entire home or just want to give it a little flair, a recessed fireplace will surely enhance your home's ambiance. You should take into consideration the style of your recessed fireplace before installing one. Remember that choosing the right fireplace is essential for many years of clean heating.
Electric fireplaces can also have automated safety features and heat settings.
Some models use water mist or halogen lamps. Another type uses projection screen technology to create a three-dimensional effect. Napoleon is a master of this technology. A recessed fireplace can become a focal point of your home or even a central entertainment center for your family. Most people will never know it is there! If you're planning to install one, make sure you read up on the process before buying your new fireplace.
Recessed luminaires can also be used to light specialty areas, like over a fireplace. Recessed lighting is a great option if you have a low ceiling, as recessed lighting will allow you to use a dimmable light, save energy, and extend the lifespan of your lamps. Recessed lighting has two basic components: the body, which is the space for the light bulb, and the liner, which is the finished edge of the recessed fixture against the ceiling.
AC220-240V. 5QHz, 1750-2000W
AC110-120V, 60Hz, 150QW
36" recessed fireplace with logset/crystal flame effect
Front air outlet
Two levels heating functions
Five levels flame brightness adjustment
Operated with remote control and touch screen control
9 colors of flame effect
Temperature setting function
With overheat protection device
With LED light source flame technology
With FLAT tempered glass
Easy to install
Flame can be used without heat