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End of another Bank Holiday!

07-05-2018
by Chris Eltham

Wall Mounted Electric Fire Blog Post

End of another Bank Holiday!

Well another scorching hot bank holiday weekend has come to an end. The UK has seen record breaking temperatures, reaching 28.7C recorded at RAF Northholt in west London by the Met Office.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-44026544

For a lot of people it`s been time to relax and do some gardening, or take it easy with a BBQ and a few refreshments!

For others they have been hard at work revamping their living rooms or other areas of the home and installing our TruFlame wall mounted electric fires. A simple, cost effective purchase which can quite simply transform the room with a modern, contemporary look.

Whether you go for the standard TruFlame wall mounted electric fires which hang on the wall via the bracket provided or plug for one of our Premium large inset wall fires which can be inserted into a cavity space of false wall the results can be stunning and if you checkout our feedback you will see what other people think of the wall hung electric fires.

We should have some more news over the next two weeks concerning several new products which we are hoping to bring to the UK electric fire market on an exclusivity basis from our supplier - these will be of the Premium TruFlame wall mounted fire range.

In other non electric fire news the football season is coming to a close, congratulations to Wolves and Cardiff on their promotions to the Premier League, my team Stoke City has epcially failed this season and has been relegated which is sad for all concerned (and the butt of some jokes for others!)

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Sir Alex Ferguson who has undergone surgery this weekend on a brain condition - we hope he makes a full recovers, in my view the best football manager of the recent era by a long way.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/44029224

The normal week starts again tomorrow for most with temperatures dropping this week down to a forecast more normal level by Wednesday/Thursday and into next week.

Many Thanks,

Chris - MD



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