Practical and aesthetic, gas log fires light and warm beautiful homes around Australia. A fireplace lit by Illusion Gas Log Fires provides efficient and clean heat. And days of chopping and stocking wood and cleaning and scrubbing dirt and ash during winter are slowly fading. Moreover, you can upgrade your gas log fire to provide optimum convenience. Here are some ways to level up the functionality of your gas fireplace.
Install Remotes and Switches
Gas log fire selections such as Illusion fries come in remotes. These powered buttons can make a huge difference if your fireplace heats more than just one room. Wireless remotes allow you to adjust the thermostat and fans of your gas log fire from a distance. Once you are cozy in your couch, you do not need to walk across the room to switch functions. Remote controls are operated by batteries and mini volts. New remote controls now come in touch screen features.
Wall switches also provide the convenience of remote controls. Sadly, the remote tends to get neglected and lost among the clutter and buzz. And the remote has a limited range. You can install walls switches in the house so you can set the gas log fire to your desired temperature. You can also set the timer with just a push of the button. Some wall switches can be installed in certain models such as Illusion gas log fires. Some are universal switches.
Tired of your fireplace? Why not accessorize and see it transform. You can decide on different themes. You can mimic the classic wood log fireplace. Log houses can be installed along with wooden trims to get that cabin feel. You can also try the lava-inspired accessories. Lava fire granules and embers can complete the look. Throw them in along with Matrix gas log fire range and feel your adrenaline rush as you light the flames. For the winter, try accessorizing with seasonal holiday themes. Pine cones and acorns make very beautiful accessories for Christmas. For contemporary homes, you can try the crystals and granite for a cleaner look.
Gas log fires and gas heaters require less maintenance. But, if you want a hassle-free winter, it is always better to be safe than sorry. Maintenance goes for vent gas log fires as well as vent-free models. Clean your fireplace for dusts and soot. You can try removing the soot from the logs by separating the logs and brushing them with paint brush. Observe for leaks in the gas line. If you smell gas inside the house, there is a likely problem with your gas line. Look into the directions of the manufacturers for proper installation, maintenance and repair to ensure safety and efficiency of your gas log fire. Or contact a trained technician to do an annual check on your unit.