You might not realize it, but Spring and Summer are the perfect seasons to upgrade your fireplace. When you take care of things in the off season it means that your fireplace will be ready to go when you need it most.
Innovation has brought efficiency and modern style to residential appliances, and there is no shortage in major advancements when it comes to gas fireplaces.
Napoleon Fireplaces is pleased to unveil the Altitude X Series, which offers competitive advancements in design and technology while keeping the traditional appeal of gas fireplaces. Developed with research and consumer feedback in mind, the line offers new adaptations for a user-friendly unit transition.
“Transitioning your fireplace to coincide with modern residential changes shouldn’t be compromised based on the style or set up of your space,” says Stephen Schroeter, Co-CEO of Napoleon Fireplaces. “Being able to adapt a modern unit to a dated space is a great benefit with modern gas fireplaces.”
The Altitude X Series offers many advantages when it comes time to changing the look and functionality of a gas fireplace. Flexible installation of any unit is possible due to the low enclosure height of the appliance, which is complimented by a spacious TV recess — a frame with combustibles that allows for a plywood backer to be installed for a TV mount. In addition, an adjustable finishing flange for various finishing materials is available along with zero clearance on the sides of the unit, making for an adaptable installation.
Technology is at the backbone of the series with the eFIRE Remote App, allowing users to control their fireplace functions from a mobile device. The fireplaces include a remote control, enclosures for electrical and a/v cables, a heat management option for comfort control and Napoleon’s NIGHT LIGHT for fireplace illumination while the unit is not in use.
Aside from current feature offerings, two Ultra HD log sets, two finishing trim colours, three decorative brick kits and three accent colours will soon be available.
To learn more about Napoleon Fireplaces and how to transition to a modern gas fireplace, please visit https://napoleon.com