This room may appear to have a built-in fireplace. However, you are simply seeing Napoleon Allure wall-hanging electric fireplace.
Do You Hang this Fireplace on a Wall… or Recess it?
You can actually hang or recess this unit flat into a wall.
If you hang the fireplace, it only extends 5″ out from the wall. Therefore, you can easily build a frame or add molding around it to give it a “built-in” look without having to punch a big hole in your wall. In addition, it comes with a built-in mounting bracket.
Alternatively, you can recess the unit into a wall for a clean, sleek look. The fireplace’s simple and strategic design makes it really easy to install because the vents and touch screen control panel are located on the front.
You can just plug your fireplace into a standard 120V wall outlet, or you can hard wire it.
Note:The package includes a paintable cord cover. So, even if you hang your fireplace on the wall, you can easily conceal the cord out of sight!
Electric fireplaces can work virtually anywhere in a home. That said, they work especially well in apartments or offices where you can’t build a permanent unit.
Of course, they provide a low-cost, easy-installation fireplace option in rooms where you want additional heat or ambiance (or both!). Plus, once you switch to this low-maintenance and easy-to-use fireplace style – you may find that you enjoy having a fire much more often. =)
See also: How Much Does it Cost to Run an Electric Fireplace?
Napoleon Allure Electric Fireplace Specs:
- 6 Sizes: 32″, 42″, 50″, 60″, 72″, 100″
- Weight: 62 lbs
- 1,500 Watts
- Heat: 5,000 BTU’s
- Flame Colors: Blue, Orange or Combination of Both
- Ember Bed: Clear Cubes with High Intensity LED Lights
- Includes Remote Control (for flame size and color, heat, blower and timer)
- Model #: NEFL60FH, Spec Sheet, Product Manual
- Get it Here
One more thing… We’ve talked above about the Napoleon Allure fireplace above. However, The company also makes an Allure Phantom. Although both fireplaces essentially have the same features, this quick video explains the differences: