Gas stoves have had a reputation of being inefficient, expensive and unattractive, however over the years this has changed dramatically. They have now become a stylish and modern convenience. You can now easily have a stunning focal point with less effort and less mess, compared to a multifuel stove.
At the push of button you receive instant heat, which can be easily controlled. Gas stoves are very reliable, as the flame and heat remains constant. It will not die out, like multifuel stoves, until you turn the appliance off. As there is no need for fuel, you do not have to worry about running out of logs or coal. Also, if there is an electric outage, unlike an electric stove, a gas stove will remain lit. In addition, gas stoves feature a real flame, unlike an electric stove.
The thermostatic operation optimises fuel consumption, this makes gas stoves very efficient. This would make operational costs lower than a multifuel stove. The installation costs would also be less. You do not need a chimney, gas stoves can be fitted using a balanced flue. This flue, has two pipes, one inside the other. The fumes are vented directly to the outside through the inner pipe. The outer pipe draws in air from the outside to fuel the fire.
Gas fires have zero particle emissions, this makes them suitable for smoke controlled areas. As there is no particles or fumes released, gas stoves are safer than their multifuel equivalent. In addition, there is an absence of sparks, again this is an added safety feature of gas stoves compared to multifuel.
There is no dirt, smoke or soot build up when using a gas stove, this makes them low maintenance. A gas stove is an affordable way of owning a multifuel stove, as it is reminiscent of the real thing. You will achieve the same mesmerising flames, with the added convenience of instant heat and controllability.