Linear gas fireplaces continue to be extremely popular. They’re high-performance, low-maintenance, and they enhance practically any type of home décor.
In this article, we’ll introduce you to Avalon’s 864™ family of linear gas fireplaces, manufactured by our friends at Travis Industries in Mukilteo, WA.
Ideal for heating two separate rooms at once, the See-Thru fireplace offers two sides of fire viewing. Each side of the fireplace can also be personalized with faces to accommodate the room, and have been designed to offer a different log set appearance into each room.
The 864 See-Thru features Comfort Control, allowing you to adjust the heat output so you can enjoy the ambiance of the fire all year-round.
Ideal for small-to-mid-sized homes or for zone heating in bedrooms, living rooms, and outdoor spaces, this fireplace combines convective heat and radiant heat.
A standard accent light adds glow when the fireplace is on or off, a nice feature that showcases the fireplace in every setting.
864 High Output
The ultimate high-performance gas fireplace combines a beautiful flame with the greatest heat output of the 864 family of fireplaces.
You can choose from three burners:
The high-performance Ember-Fyre burner with the choice of ceramic brick or stone liners:
The entry level Dancing-Fyre burner with black painted interior:
The contemporary Diamond-Fyre burner with the choice of black painted, stainless steel or black enamel liners.
Accent lights and a convection fan are standard features on the 864 High Output fireplace.
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Visit Rich’s five showrooms in Lynnwood, Bellevue, Tacoma, Tukwila and Silverdale, WA and ask to see our full line of Avalon fireplaces. For more details about our products and for directions to our showrooms, visit richshome.com.
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