Everything about our fires
Have a sustainable fire at home
If you are looking for a fire at home, but you also care about the environment, you may be wondering whether a fire is sustainable. The good news is that with the excellent construction quality and modern components, Faber built-in fires are made to last for many years. A sustainable investment in your living comfort! In this article we explain why gas fires and electric fires may be a sustainable choice in other respects too.
A fire with children and pets
If you have pets or small children at home, you want to make sure your home is absolutely safe. You can still enjoy a fire. Read here what to watch out for when you buy a fire and you have children or pets.
Enjoy your fire all year round
When the weather gets warmer, we tend to stop using our fire. Wait until the autumn? Too bad about those beautiful flames and all that cosiness! Would you like to enjoy your fire all year round, even on warm summer days? You can with the Faber e-MatriX!
An electric fire at home
Gas fires and electric fires have their own benefits and characteristics. In this article we explain what it is like to have an electric fire at home, from daily use to maintenance.
A gas fire at home
Gas fires, wood fires and electric fires have their own benefits and characteristics. In this article we explain what it is like to have a gas fire at home, from daily use to maintenance.
Are you going for an electric fire or a gas fire?
Whether you choose a gas fire or an electric fire, both are a wonderful addition to your home. Yet both options have their own opportunities and unique benefits. If you're not sure whether to go for gas or electric, come and take a look.
How do you buy the perfect fire?
You don't just go out and buy any old fire or stove - it is something you want to enjoy for many years. Careful consideration, preparation and implementation are worth the effort! Discuss your requirements and preferences with a fire specialist. Together you can turn your idea into a design that suits your opportunities and your décor. If you would like to prepare for that discussion, a fire specialist will look for answers to the following questions together with you.