The Illusion® 47 Linear Gas Fireplace comes standard with a matte black interior finish, the Ecotel programmable thermostatic remote and gorgeous Vancouver Island drift wood logs. You can enhance the look of your Illusion® 47 to fit your home. You have the option to upgrade the exterior look with a Decorative Front. Also, optional logs are offered in oak or white birch. At last, double the flames by adding the porcelain enameled reflective panels inside the firebox.
The Optional Convection Fan provides an efficient way to move warm air across the room where the fireplace sits. It can be set to run automatically or manually, using the Ecotel Remote Control.
The optional Reflective Porcelain Enameled Panels truly beautifies the flame! It doubles it and adds a gorgeous effect on the ambiance around the fire!
Interest Articles About Fireplaces
You really enjoy your gas fireplace and what it adds to your home . . . . the wonderful heat from it, the dancing flames and glowing embers and especially how easy it is to use. But suddenly, it’s making an odd, beeping noise.
Here are some troubleshooting tips, by fuel type, that might help answer many concerns regarding ‘no ignition’. Keep in mind these are intended to be somewhat generic in nature in order to illustrate common problems and possible solutions.
This is a frequent question that can cause a spirited conversation around a fire. Everyone knows that hardwoods are the best, right? Do softwoods have a place? Is there a “best” wood to burn? Yes, there is! Keep reading to find out what it is!
Once or twice a year, it’s a good idea to clean the glass on your fireplace, stove or insert. So just spray on a little window cleaner and wipe it off, right? Cleaning fireplace glass isn’t a big deal. Wrong! There are right and wrong ways to clean the glass on your fireplace. Some “do’s” and some “don’ts”.
Electric fireplaces are more popular than ever. They can be installed anywhere in your home. But can you count on them for much heat? If your expectations for an electric fireplace are to heat a 2000 - 3000 square foot home, you may want to keep reading.