There are different types of Fireplaces Adelaide. They all have their pros and cons, depending on what you're looking for in a fireplace. Here is a list of the most common types of wood-burning fireplaces available:

The Hearth Fireplace

Hearth fireplaces are the oldest type of fireplace. They were used in homes before central heating and electricity were commonplace, so they’re often found in older homes. These open hearths feature a large opening for the fire to burn, which allows it to heat up faster than other types of fire spots (like gas or wood burning).

The downside of open hearths is that they’re less efficient than other types of fireplaces. They also require more maintenance, since you have to stoke them regularly and keep the ashes cleaned out.

Grate fireplaces are the most common type of fireplace. They have a chimney and flue that connects to a central heating system, so you don’t need to use them for heating purposes (although they can be used for that purpose).

Grate fireplaces are similar to open hearths in that they have an opening for the fire to burn, but these openings are covered by metal grates. This makes them more efficient than open hearths because it allows more airflow during combustion.

The Wood Pellet Fireplace

The wood pellet fireplace is a very popular option for those who want to heat their room with a little bit of heat, but don't want to deal with the hassle of making firewood. The cast iron design makes it easy to clean, as well as is ideal for small spaces.

Wood Pellet Fireplace

This particular model comes complete with a remote control that allows you to adjust the temperature and timer settings from afar. It also has an opening window that allows airflow into your home while still providing some privacy from outside noises (although we'd recommend closing this door when entertaining guests).

It also comes with a safety feature that will shut off the unit if it overheats. This is especially important for those who have children or pets that might try to play with the fireplace.

The Electric Fireplace

The electric fireplace is a safe, clean and efficient way to heat your home. It can be used in any room of the house and it doesn’t require any maintenance.

Electric fireplaces are also easy to use. You just plug them in and turn on the switch, then set your desired temperature before you go about your day!

Finally, electric Fireplaces Adelaide can be used all year round thanks to their state-of-the-art heating system which keeps the room at exactly what you want it to be without having to worry about fluctuating temperatures or drafts making them uncomfortable when sitting around talking with friends over coffee after work.


The fireplace is a great addition to any home, but it can make all the difference in how comfortable you feel when you’re there. With so many different types of fireplaces available on the market today, it’s easy for anyone to find one that fits their needs.

We hope this guide has given you some insight into what each type of fireplace might offer—and maybe even inspired you to upgrade your home!