The Pros and Cons of Electric Fireplaces

Update:09 Sep
A good reason to buy an electric fireplace is the ability to use it year-round. There are no wood or flames to worry about, so you can enjoy the warm glow without spending a lot of money. The downside is that you won't be able to use it if there's a power outage. In addition, you won't be able to use it in remote areas, so this is not a practical option for those who live in areas where electricity is unavailable.
An electric fireplace offers many advantages, such as space-saving design, flexibility, and convenience. You can install it either before or after your TV mount. Additionally, you can customize the design to fit the room you're putting it in. This is useful if you need more storage space or a traditional-looking mantel. These fireplaces are also a good choice for apartments and rental units, as they offer the same benefits of a traditional fireplace with a few additional perks.
Electric fireplaces do not give off any emissions, which is a huge benefit for those in areas where fossil fuels are scarce. However, electric fireplaces are not without their drawbacks. Some models use a lot of electricity to provide heat, which can be expensive. Electric fireplaces can save you up to 40% on your heating bill. And since they do not use wood or gas, you won't have to clean the chimney or purchase firewood.
Electric fireplaces are also extremely safe. While they can be touched while transmitting heat, these devices aren't dangerous for children. But you need to make sure that you maintain them regularly to ensure safety. Even though they are safe, you should never leave them unattended if you don't want to risk the fire danger. You should also keep flammable objects away from them, as they may catch fire and increase the risk of a house fire.
Electric fireplaces don't emit harmful gasses like wood or gas fireplaces. However, they do heat a small room more efficiently than a real fireplace. Electric fireplaces also don't produce any toxins or toxic gases. They're safe to use for those who have respiratory conditions. Another major benefit of electric fireplaces is that they don't require venting. Because of this, they can last longer than any other type of fireplace.
Electric fireplaces are easy to move around. You don't have to remove them when you move or buy a new home. Moreover, they don't need to be installed. Most electric fireplaces also come with a remote control that lets you adjust the intensity of flame and heat, even without a heating element. Another disadvantage is that they don't produce the same type of flame as a real fire.
While most electric fireplaces can heat rooms up to 1000 square feet, they can't produce the same amount of heat as a wood or gas model. Because they don't use real flames, they produce about 5000 BTUs per hour, which is less than half the amount of heat a wood fireplace can produce. Because they don't produce heat from burning wood or gas, they can't be installed in large rooms, such as living rooms.

EF-14C 35’’ Flat Face Wall Mounted Fireplace, with Stone Ember Bed

♦Wall mounted fireplace

•2 heating settings: 1000W/2000W for 220-240V,50/60Hz 

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

♦LED lights

♦Pebble fuel effect

•Flat 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