The Eden Elite CF (conventional flue) gas fire by Michael Miller is a slim hole-in-the-wall, British made inset gas fire with up to 78.6% energy efficiency and an impressive 4.9kW heat output. It is operated by a thermostatic remote control system to perfectly control your comfort. The CF model is designed to be easily installed into almost any chimney, without compromising on the stunning log fuel bed and flame aesthetics. The Eden Elite has a black enamel finish, and a conventional flue with a non-reflective glass front that can be fitted with or without a trim, making it a versatile yet stylish addition to your home. The Eden Elite can be alternatively be fitted with a surround, such as the Emotion surround (sold separately).
- Height 63.9cm x Width 92.7cm x Depth 25.3cm
- Black enamel finish
- Non-reflective glass front
- 4.9kW heat output
- Log effect fuel bed
- Flame supervision device
- Oxygen depletion sensor
- Remote control
- Sizes are approximate
- See in store for more information
Please note: Due to the fact most manufacturers of fireplaces, surrounds, hearths, inserts and back panels do not supply fitting Instructions, we would always recommend that you employ an experienced, qualified installer when fitting such products. Each installation will vary and specialist expertise is often required to conduct the building work required. Housing Units therefore bears no responsibility or liability for any poor workmanship or incorrectly installed fires and/or fireplaces.
It is a legal requirement that your gas fire is fitted by a Gas Safe Engineer, who is qualified to work safely and legally on gas appliances in the UK.
The sale of Gas fires is regulated by the Gas Appliances (Safety) Regulations 1995; by law all suppliers must ensure they supply only gas appliances and fittings that are safe when used normally. As a responsible retailer we will deliver your new fire to you in a sealed box.
If this box is opened we cannot accept the fire back if you return it to us, unless your Gas Safe Engineer states in writing that it is faulty.