Duraflame Electric Fireplace

Duraflame is the top fire log manufacturer in the U.S. and the brand has expanded to include several electric fireplace models. Whether consumers are looking for a small, emissions-free fire stove that costs under $100 or a large infrared fireplace that retails for close to $400, they can find it in the Duraflame product line. These units are sold online and in stores, making it possible for anyone to own one.

For the low price of $80, you can purchase the cute Duraflame vent-free electric heater stove. This 1,350-watt stove has a 400 square-foot heating capacity. Plug it into a standard 120-volt outlet to enjoy emissions-free heat without venting or gas lines. This product comes in traditional black, is sold pre-assembled, and weighs under 20 pounds. Heat and flame may be controlled separately and heat settings range from 70 to 90 degrees.

Quartz heating is the newest trend in electric fireplace technology. Copper heat exchangers combine heat with the humidity present in the room. The result is moist, soft, safe heat that does not reduce humidity or oxygen levels. Heat is distributed quickly and evenly, keeping the difference in floor and ceiling temperature to within two or three degrees. The fireplace can be used for zone heating, delivering energy savings while keeping users warm.

The $164 Colby quartz heater from Duraflame does not feature faux logs but it sure can heat up a 1,000 square-foot room. Remotely control the thermostat to achieve a temperature between 55 and 97 degrees and breathe the purified air created by the onboard air filter. Do not worry about energy costs because this model includes a timer that automatically cycles the unit off on a regular basis. The compact wood shell has an attractive cherry finish.

The 1,500-watt, $249 Duraflame Livingston uses quartz heat to warm up to 1,000 square-feet. Temperature delivered by this model ranges from 55 to 97 degrees. A thermostat controls room temperature automatically and users can activate the auto timing feature to control length of heat delivery. A lifetime high-efficiency filter purifies the air and is easy to clean. The glowing ember bed and logs appear realistic and the included remote control makes flame and heat adjustment convenient.

Quartz heat technology is also used in the 1,500-watt Duraflame infrared mantel stove. This electric fireplace retails for as low as $400 and is capable of heating a 1,000 square-foot room. A solid oak and wood veneer mantel finished with a protective lacquer give it a rich, classic look. Blue Spectrafire flame effects add to the realism and concealed casters turn this 90-pound fireplace into a portable unit. Automatic temperature control is delivered by the integrated thermostat and the lifetime filter purifies the air for more comfortable breathing.