This is the 'Wood heaters' main page. Please choose from the menu above or from the brand names below.
Wood heaters are available in several styles from ambient open fires like the Heatmaster series to more efficient sealed slow combustion wood fires that can burn for much longer periods and produce more heat with less fuel. The open wood fireplaces rely on a convective box to heat up an passively convect the hot air into the room but at the same time radiant heat is produced from the flames. The slow combustion wood heaters can be radiant or convective or a mix of both as in the case of some Lopi wood heaters and the Eureka Nugget. Generally if you want a heater for an open area especially if you have high ceilings, and you can place the heater in a central position, then a radiant wood heater sized for the area will do the job well. If on the other hand you have a standard house with living areas at one end with a hallway and bedrooms branching off the hallway then a convective wood heater will move the warm air more efficiently through the house. All wood heaters are available as freestanding or inbuilt and come in many styles from the more traditional to a sleek modern look. If you have any questions on how to choose the right heater for your home, call or email us we'll be more than happy to talk you through the options.
Regency- an exceptional fire, custom elegance and controllable heat are just a few reasons to make a Regency fire part of your family. In 1979, Regency Fireplace Products was founded with a mission to produce the finest fireplace products available anywhere. As a result, Regency has been honoured with awards for exceptional aesthetics and performance and is known as the premium brand around the world. They have been dedicated to providing Australia & New Zealand with Regency fires for over 20 years: committed to creating products that promote comfort and peace of mind.
Forget the microwave, The Esse and Thermalux range of wood fired cookers make the simplest task a pleasure. Even heating a pan of soup is a rewarding experience as you slide the pan across the hotplate to find the perfect rolling boil or simmer. Roasting and baking never tasted so good. Some of these cookers can also be used for hydronic heating or can be piped to an open pressure hot water system.
Hergom cast iron wood heaters are among the cleanest burning wood stoves in the world. They provide the maximum heat and fuel performance with minimal emissions of unburned particles into the atmosphere. The finest cast iron is used as the primary material in their production heaters; they understand cast iron and it's resilience as the material for the finest fireplace products. These contemporary fires provide a constant, gentle warmth due to the heat retention properties of it's robust cast iron construction.
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Gas fireplaces are available in two styles, the open gas convection boxes or the glass fronted sealed units. Some are available with pebbles, logs or coals and generally the sealed gas fires are the more efficient.
Gas fireplaces are all different in their installation and flueing requirements but all these specifications are listed on the heater pages. If you're not sure, contact us .
The gas fireplaces listed on these pages are all tested and approved for the Australian market and all are flued so you won't have any problems with emissions or unburned gas fumes escaping into your living space.
Some of these gas flame fires are extremely efficient and some not so. You will notice that some companies call their fireplaces 'decorative' or 'ambient'. This means that not a great deal of heat is produced but they are intended more as a visual fireplace and there are some great looking styles available. Check on the relevant gas heater pages as the output or heating capacity will be listed. Most gas fires are available as zero clearance for flexibility of installation.
We know that most of you will want great looks and plenty of heat so there is a good selection here that will meet both criteria and most importantly, they are available at the right price. If you find a better price on anything on these pages, let us know - we'll beat it!
The wood heaters represented on these pages are the best quality available in Australia today!
We are constantly researching fireplaces of all descriptions and we are confident that all the wood heaters and gas fires on these pages are the best in their class and will provide long and trouble free service.
The wood heater manufacturers listed here have different style heaters so the following guide will help. The four main styles of wood heaters are :-
- Freestanding wood heaters.....Morso, Lopi, Regency, Hergom, Invicta, ADF, Clean Air, Jindara, Eureka, Focus, Austroflamm and Heatmaster
- Inbuilt wood heaters.....Regency, Lopi, Eureka, Heatmaster, Jindara, Hergom and Clean Air
- 2 door....Only Eureka and Jindara.
- Zero clearance....Regency, CleanAir, Jindara, Eureka and Heatmaster.
All these styles can be achieved with open fireboxes or the all time favorites, the slow combustion wood heater. All except 2 door of course, which are available only as slow combustion (or wood heater with a sealed door).
Zero clearance wood fires are simply insulated fireboxes that are designed to be 'boxed' into a timber or metal framed surround and triple flued to create the inbuilt fireplace look. Some like the Heatmaster A series insulated fireboxes can also be freestanding.
Almost every fireplace requires some accessories such as a fire screen and fire tools and some just need a good dress up. Have a look through our 'General Information' section for all your fireplace accessories and general fireplace information.
The fireplace accessories section contains everything you may need for your fireplace operation and maintenance.
Fireplace mantelpieces are available for most applications but please check with us for current status.
Abbey Fireplaces also represent wood fired and electric cookers by Esse and Thermalux
All gas fires should be installed by an accredited tradesman in accordance with local codes if any or to ANSI Z223.1 - 1992 and NFPA 54(88) and the requirements listed in the owners manual.
All wood heater installations should be carried out by a licenced tradesman in accordance with AS 2918.