Real Flame Silverton Ventless Gel Fireplace - White

I was looking for a best fire pit for my new home and I found this best fire pit reviews on google. They are awesome reviewer and I convinced to purchase a gel fireplace instead of a fire pit.

I do not just like this fireplace, I absolutely love it! My house does not have an in-built wood- burning or gas fireplace and for a long time I thought the only long lasting solution was to install a gas fireplace worth $5000.I also couldn’t imagine having to tear my house apart to install a fireplace.

I was so happy when I heard about this Real Flame Silverton Ventless Gel Fireplace. Of course, at first I had my doubts about it just like you would for any item that you have never used and is being sold online.

However, today am really happy that I went ahead to purchase it.

The fireplace looks just exactly as pictured! To me this tops even all the beautiful electric fireplaces I have seen my neighbors with. It is far more stylish and it looks extremely nice and classy. My wife cannot stop talking about the complements she gets from our guests for having this fireplace as an added decoration to our living room.

It looks just like a built-in. It holds three cans of fuel but one is just enough for a beautiful fire. It gives off a wonderful amount of heat that keeps the house really warm. The three cans of fuel burn easily for about three hours. The only thing you should know is that the cans do not burn so well after being snuffed out. We, therefore, do not start a fire unless we have the intention of letting it burn for long enough.

Now here is my favorite part, it CRACKLES!! This adds to the realism of a fireplace with the advantage that there is no smoke and you do not have cleaning up to do. Am glad I got all these for less than $500.I did not have any problem with it from the word go. It arrived well-packaged and the installation process was very easy; I was able to put it together in less than an hour. Just as had been described, I can confirm to you that all the features are real:

1) It is made from solid wood and veneer MDF
2) It is white
3) It is safe
4) It has a powerful flame

purchase includes the hand painted cast-concrete logs and complete spark screen kit, Real Flame gel is an environmentally friendly, clean-burning gel that is toxic-free and leaves no ashes, smoke or even soot behind leaving you with no mess to cleanup.

I also love the fact that environmentally Friendly Real Flame clean-burning gel is safe and tested regularly by quite a number of independent labs. The established standards of (O.S.H.A); Occupational Safety and Health Administration are well put into consideration.

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