de­sign so­lu­tions

Condé Nast House & Garden - - DESIGN SOLUTIONS -

‘Closed com­bus­tion fires re­move the per­ma­nently openchim­ney prob­lem,’ says In­finiti Fires’ Mal­colm Sims.

‘no heat is lost up the chim­ney when the fire isn’t burn­ing.’ In­finiti Fires of­fers stoves ca­pa­ble of heat­ing large ar­eas 4 to 16 times bet­ter than open-wood fire.’ 8 in­fini­ti­fires.co.za ‘The HWAM Au­topi­lot fire­place con­trols three sources of the com­bus­tion air supplied to it to max­imise heat out­put,’ says Morso’s An­drew Bald­ing. ‘Its sim­ple and clean na­ture en­sures co­he­sion and syn­ergy with the rest of your fur­nish­ings, no mat­ter the style.’ 8 morso.co.za Us­ing pel­lets in­stead of wood en­sures eco-war­rior sta­tus. ‘some fires such as wood or an­thracite need to be cleaned reg­u­larly and fed more con­tin­u­ously,’ says syd Kay­clough at syam. ash from pel­lets is a rich min­eral source and can be used to fer­tilise the gar­den. 8 syam.co.za

Pel­lets are a rev­o­lu­tion­ary form of heat­ing and a cost-ef­fec­tive so­lu­tion with over 90 per cent ef­fi­ciency.

They are ef­fi­cient and func­tional with au­to­mated op­er­at­ing times, tem­per­a­ture and duct flow to mul­ti­ple rooms. Calore is sa’s lead­ing sup­plier.’ 8 calore.co.za

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