Frequently asked questions about electric fireplaces

DRU's electric fires can be simply connected to the existing electricity in your house.
On this page we answer any questions you might have about electric fireplaces.
If not all your questions have been answered yet, you can always contact one of our dealers.

Frequently asked questions about electric fireplaces

The preference of a specific fire depends very much on the situation and needs of the user. If gas is available, do you value the advantages and authenticity of a gas fire? Do you think a variety of styles is important?  Then a gas fire is the obvious choice.
If gas is not available, but having a pleasant atmosphere in the home is still very important, an electric fire is probably the best choice. Even if gas is available, an electric fire can be a good choice, as shown in the advantages of an electric fire above.
A simple answer: no. The electricity used by a DRU electric fire is almost negligible and the heat generated remains in the room. In addition, of course, an electric fire does not use expensive wood and maintenance costs are limited.
No, an electric fire has no real flames. DRU electric fires use an advanced projection method that is obviously based on real flames. As a result, the flame image is almost indistinguishable from the real thing.
The projection in a DRU electric fire is based on real flames, which makes them very realistic. The chaotic flickering of a flame image is almost perfectly imitated and a pattern is not recognisable.
Yes, DRU's electric fires can be used as heating. An electric fire generally has a small heat output, but DRU electric fires certainly have a heating element that can easily be switched on and off.
No, the DRU Virtuo does not use water vapour. A DRU Virtuo gives a 3D Video effect of flames on real logs. This creates a realistic representation of DRU flame images.

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