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Ezee Glow Celestial Built-in Electric Fire and Media Wall Installation Photos

The new range of Ezee Glow Celestial Built-In Electric Fires have gone down a storm so far… and it’s easy to see why.

The one, two or three glass-sided built-in electric fire is already proving to be hugely popular with our customers who are looking for a stylish, contemporary fire. It’s a sophisticated finish with an affordable price tag in comparison to similar appliances.

And with the Celestial available in 36″, 50″, 60″ and 72″ versions, there’s a fire to suit all rooms.

More often that not, the new Celestial fires are being included within stud wall false chimney breasts as part of eye-catching media walls. One such example of this is shown in a selection of photos from our customer Rach, who kindly shared with us a series of images documenting the installation process.

She told us: “Thank you for my fire! We absolutely love it.”

And we love what Rach has done with it, which you can see in the photos below.

The first step was the construction of a timber frame to create the false chimney breast, support the cladding that forms the stud wall and house the appliances.

The next step was to test the positioning and fit of the Ezee Glow Celestial built-in electric fire…

… before cladding the frame to complete the construction of the false chimney breast and line the recesses.

With the construction complete, it’s time to get on with the finishing touches. Painting, skirting and carpeting, not to mention getting the appliances up and running. In the case of the Ezee Glow Celestial, that means choosing from a range of 12 fuel bed colour options and three flame effects.

If you would like to create a similar look in your home with the Ezee Glow Celestial Built-In Electric Fire, take a look at the options here.

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