– Freestanding is a stand alone unit that is unattached or inserted into a wall. It requires clearances from other objects when heating.
– Inbuilt masonry is a heater that is built into a brick masonry structure ie: a brick chimney
– Inbuilt zero clearance this is an external box attached to a heating unit to minimise the clearance from a combustible surface ie: a building frame that is non masonry
– Open fireplaces is a unit (or an constructed masonry box) that has no door to contain the fire.
– Double sided is a heating unit with two sides to view or open to load. This come in the form of inbuilt or freestanding, as well as open or enclosed.
– Outdoor fireplaces is an outdoor only unit that is predominantly used to create a focal point in outdoor entertainment or alfresco area.
– Wood fire ovens is a heating/cooking appliance using wood as its fuel source
– Gas burner only Gas burners are normally placed inside an existing firebox, depending on the size, model and type, or they can be placed into an open fireplace