What is the difference between a fireplace combination and a fireplace insert? Simply put, a fireplace combination is supplied with a shelf and finished edges so that an additional surround is not required. Fireplace combinations tend to be smaller than other fireplaces and are ideally suited for smaller rooms and bedrooms.
Our cast iron combination fireplaces come in varying styles to suit most periods from original Georgian through Victorian to Art Deco . A combination fireplace is a complete, discrete unit and requires no fire surround or cast iron insert. Each of these is manufactured from high quality cast iron, guaranteed and quality checked.
Fireplace combinations are complete with shelf and finished edges, requiring no additional surround. This distinguishes them from fireplace inserts, which need backing panels and surrounds to complete the piece. Therefore combinations save you the hassle of mixing, matching and installing.
We offer a vast array of fireplace products, including fireplace packages, suites, fires, hearths, surrounds, beams, tile sets and much, much more. If the selection is too broad for your needs, try using our filters to narrow your search criteria at the side of this page, so you can find the fireplace product that’s right for you.
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