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How to Inset or wall mount the Premium TruFlame wall mounted electric fires

25-04-2018
by Chris Eltham

How to Inset or wall mount the Premium TruFlame wall mounted electric fires:

Instructions on how to fit the wall mounted electric fire

The information below is in relation to the 36, 50 and 72 inch black large wall mounted electric fires.

Namely the three following wall mounted electric fireplaces: (Click on the image to go to the product page)

50 inch black inset large truflame wall mounted elecric fireplace

72 inch truflame inset large black wall mounted electric fire

36 inch black inset wall mounted electric fire with pebbles logs and crystals

The above fireplaces can be either wall mounted via the bracket provided or inset into a cavity space of a custom made MDF or equivalent framework.

With either method the effect is stunning and they look beautiful in any room, wall mounted the fire is obviously easier but if you want to inset the wall fire then it`s not too difficult.

Stud walls have cavity spaces in them, so proividing the hole is big enough then you can simply cut the hole out of the wall and then mount into the space. Alternatively you can get a custom made MDF pannel made, maybe to house the TV above or other items such as the sky box, dvd player or speakers, this effect in our opinion is stunning and not only looks great but is functional and saves space in the room as the TV etc is all hidden away.

We will now show some images below with the mounting information on them for the three electric fires above.

How to inset a wall mounted eletric fire

How to inset a wall hung electric fire

The next image will show how to wall mount the electric fire:

How to wall mount a wall mounted electric fire

Finally here are some images of the finished article (this is the 50 inch black inset wall mounted electric fire)

Inset wall mounted electric fire

Inset wall mounted electric fireplace

Inset wall mounted electric fire

Thanks,


Chris - MD

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