- Fire Types
An open flamed fire designed to fit most chimneys and class 2 flues. The Paragon One has been designed to give you the big picture. A huge realistic fuel bed available with either coal or pebbles. The Paragon One is even suitable for hole-in-the-wall installation.
High efficiency fire. The warmth and comfort of an open-flame gas fire at an affordable price. The P1 gives an extra wide and deep fuel bed to give probably the most realistic flame effect in its class.
Our most versatile fire. It is designed specifically for chimneys or pre-cast flues and is suitable for either hearth or wall mounting. Nothing is more welcoming as a “living flame” fire and with the 2000 Plus range you can find a model to fit every home, making a comfort statement in any room.
An efficient open-flame gas fire suitable for hearth or wall mounting. The 2000 Extra gives practical efficiency, coupled with design and style. Choose from a wide range of fascia and trim options to make a real statement, either contemporary or traditional.
With a power flue, everyone can enjoy an open, living flame fire. If you do not have a chimney or flue but have a suitable outside wall, then a power flue fire can remove the fumes horizontally through the wall with the aid of a fan.
All the features and benefits of the Paragon 2000 Plus with a reduced-height fire box to fit into 20″ openings. Like the 2000 Plus, the 2000 low lintel is designed to fit most chimneys or pre-cast flues and has the added benefit of fitting under lintels that are 20 inches off the hearth.
Slim, elegant and the perfect fire for virtually any chimney or flue. With its remarkably slim profile, the Slimline 3 is especially designed for pre-cast flues but will fit almost any flue, from conventional chimneys to pre-fabricated flues.
We have a wide range of glass fronted Paragon gas fires, which cover the popular Focus range to the P4 to P9 series. With Paragon’s range of glass fronted fires you are spoilt for choice, with options ranging from contemporary hole-in-wall fascias, traditional cast-iron fascias and a choice of styles and designs.