Installing Archer Heaters

How easy is it to install Archer heaters?Yes, installation is fairly simple. If you’ve got a chimney they’ll use single flue with a flexi the Flexi is there for in case the heater needs to be pulled out forward. It can’t be fixed because you can’t get to the back of the heater. So then […]

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The History of Archer Heaters

How did you get into heaters? What he got after we came back from overseas was working for Coonara and that’s where he learned about wood. And then he started his business with John Woodhouse, the original designer of the wood heater, the Conara. Originally was an Arrow wood stove from America, but called them

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Where are Archer Gas Log Fires Made?

Melbourne MadeArcher heaters are engineered, designed and manufactured right here in Melbourne, Australia. They’re also the world’s most efficient gas log fire. Archer gas log fires heat massive amounts of space and they use very little gas thanks to their heat exchanger and unique fluing system. They can heat between 100 square metres right up to

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Do Gas Log Fires Use a Lot of Gas?

Gas Heater Efficiency?Today, the gas energy rating of gas appliances and heaters is signified using a star rating scheme. We’ve all come across those stickers on appliances, but what do they actually mean? Star ratings for heaters basically compare gas heater efficiency or combustion efficiency by the amount of raw energy input consumed by the gas

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Are gas log fires really worth it?

Gas Log Fires vs Wood-Burning FireplacesThere are two options when choosing a fireplace to heat your home:a traditional wood-burning fireplacea gas log fireplaceIn general, gas log fires offer cleanliness and convenience while traditional wood-burning fireplaces have a nostalgic appeal.Is a gas log fireplace worth the investment?It’s an important question and one we can answer as

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