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A closed com­bus­tion wood fire­place can burn 8 to 12 hours on one load and the higher tem­per­a­tures mean less emis­sions. a‘ well-func­tion­ing chim­ney is cru­cial to a suc­cess­ful in­stal­la­tion as it acts as the stove’s mo­tor,’ says rudie scheep­ers, di­rec­tor at Home Fires. 8 home­fires.co.za Whether built-in, free­stand­ing or as an in­sert the ben­e­fits of a closed-com­bus­tion fire­place are the same – highly ef­fi­cient, eco­nomic fuel use, no smoke or smell and tem­per­a­ture con­trol. Trust a rep­utable sup­plier such as Morso to guide you in choos­ing the right fire­place. 8 morso.co.za The beauty of a closed com­bus­tion fire­place is that it is also of­fered in gas and pellet op­tions. don’t sim­ply view it as a heat­ing de­vice, rather make it com­ple­ment your de­sign style. Calore of­fers wood burn­ing, gas and pellet fire­place op­tions. 8 calore.co.za Trans­form­ing a tra­di­tional fire­place is pos­si­ble through sup­pli­ers such as Syam and In­finiti Fires. a closed com­bus­tion or gas unit hap­pily mar­ries old and new. If the fire­place sur­round is plas­ter, paint it the same colour as the wall for co­he­sion. 8 syam.co.za; 8 in­fini­ti­fires.co.za

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