Choosing the perfect fire for your home…

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When the time comes to choose which Evonic fire is the best option for you, we understand it can be a difficult decision. With our huge range of sizes and styles, deciding on the right fireplace for your particular installation, and more importantly, a fire that suits your budget, can be a time-consuming task.

In this article we would like to answer some of the common questions you may ask before deciding on which fireplace is right for your home…

  • The styles we offer
  • E-smart or Evoflame®?
  • Control options
  • How easy is an Evonic fire to install?

The styles we offer

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Our Insets range all come in at 75mm deep, and comfortably fit a standard 16 x 22-inch opening. Each Evonic Inset model comes with a bespoke log or fuel set, tailored to perfectly complement your flame effect.

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Featuring Evonic Fires’ evoflame® and e-smart flame effects, along with a range of styles and finish options, the suite collection from Evonic Fires offers a heating solution to suit any living space. With wall mounted and floor-based options also available, our suites offer a far greater scope when deciding on the perfect installation for your home.



With a variety of styles and sizes, our stoves offer incredible choice when choosing the right model for you, and the ease of installation makes for a stress-free process. Influenced by Scandinavian design, our stove models are perfectly suited to a contemporary interior.

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With sizes ranging from 500mm up to 2400mm, as well as two-or-three-sided glass models, our built-in models come with a bespoke log set, tailored to perfectly compliment your flame effect. Incorporating our innovative evoflame® and e-smart flame effects, our built-in models are suited to any household, traditional or contemporary.

E-Smart or Evoflame®?

One of the most common questions we are asked is the difference between our e-smart and evoflame® models, and which is best suited to a particular installation. The honest answer is, it is completely up to the customer and what features they would prefer from their fireplace. Here are the key differences between the two ranges.

  • Six animations to choose from
  • Six solid colour effects
  • Amber and clear glass fuel bed decoration
  • Woodland or silver birch split log set
  • Compatible with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple Watch
  • Operated using the Evonic e-smart cloud app
  • Anti-reflective glass on all GF models
  • Stand-alone flame effect
  • Solid steel fuel bed
  • Slate chipping decoration
  • Woodland or silver birch log set
  • Operated using the Evonic e-touch app
  • Clear float glass on all evoflame® models
  • Anti-reflective glass on all evoflame ultra HD® models

Control Options

At present, our suites, stoves, and built-ins can be operated using either the Evonic e-touch or e-smart cloud app. These are both simple and user-friendly interfaces that allow seamless control and access to the features your fireplace has to offer. The e-smart cloud app is connected to your fireplace via wi-fi connection and pairing up to your home router, whilst the e-touch is a simple Bluetooth pairing process. Our inset models are available with a choice of three control options: Manual switches, a remote control, or the e-touch app, depending on your preference.

How easy is an Evonic fire to install?

One of the huge advantages of choosing electric over gas or solid fuel fireplaces is the ease of installation. Not only is the process to install an Evonic fire stress-free, but it also won't add a hefty extra cost to your project.

Our insets and stoves are ready to be plugged in straight out of the box, and all a customer needs to do is situate the fire in place.

Our suite models require a bracket to be fixed to the wall at the appropriate height, then the fire can be hung off the bracket by lining up the slots at the back of the fire to match the bracket. 


The process to install one of our built-in models starts exactly the same as the suites, using the fixing bracket to hang the fire off the wall. Then once the fire is situated in place, you can begin to build your chimney breast or media wall using studwork or timber framing.

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The chimney breast or media wall can then be plastered and skimmed, ready for decorating to finish off the installation.


Posted by James Robertson

Marketing Manager

James Robertson