The arch fireplace is possibly the quintessential Victorian fireplace.
The rounded arch making a statement that is neither fussy nor flamboyant reflecting the Victorian attitude of the time.
Most small to medium size homes would have used this type of fireplace for burning solid fuel.
Larger homes would also have had an arch insert although they used to have marble surrounds fitted reflecting the grander viewpoint of the very wealthy.
Being used as the main source of heat for each room they were a very important part of daily life.
Cleaning the fireplace was a ritual that most people today don’t have to do due to the evolution of the fireplace from solid fuel to gas.
Today’s arch fireplaces are clean and efficient using gas as a fuel gives the effect of a traditional fireplace with flickering flames rising from a bed of coals.
This gives you the ambiance and warmth of a traditional fireplace at the press of a button.
The arch fireplace is our best-selling fireplace proving its popularity over many years with a universal following these fireplaces have proved both functional and cost effective to run.