Many homeowners are now choosing electric fireplaces over traditional wood-burning fireplaces. The following two reports explore the electric fireplace market and where it's headed.
An electric fireplace is an electronic device that emits heat while mimicking the appearance of an actual fireplace. They typically plug into an electrical outlet, consuming around 1.4 to 1.6 kW of electricity. While heating power varies depending on the size and type, most are capable of warming a 400-square foot room.
It's important to note that electric fireplaces generally have several settings, one of which is flame only. When the electric fireplace is set to flame only, it doesn't produce heat but instead produces the visual display of a flame. The heating mode, on the other hand, produces both the visual electronic flame as well as heat.
What makes an electric fireplace such a popular alternative to a traditional fireplace. For starters, they can be used in homes and places where actual flames cannot be used. Electric fireplaces are also portable; do not require remodeling to install; safer to use than traditional fireplace; do not require wood or fuel; and they are more economical than their traditional counterpart. These are just a few reasons why they are preferred.
The Global Electric Fireplaces Industry 2016 report by QY Market Research offers an in-depth look into the global electric fireplace market. It begins with a basic overview of the industry, complete with definitions, classifications, applications and chain structure. Next, the report explores development policies and plans, manufacturing processes and cost structure. The report further provides detailed information on the electric fireplace market's import/export, supply and consumption, cost, price, revenue, gross margins, and more. The market is segmented based on various criteria, one of which is geographic. The geographic regions covered in this report include United States, EU, China and Japan.
The 2017 Top 5 Electric Fireplace Manu…e East and Africa report by Orbis Research is a comprehensive study on the electric fireplace market. Featuring 128 pages, it covers the entire global electric fireplace market, focusing specifically on the regions of North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa. Of course, there are different types of electric fireplaces, each of which is scrutinized in detail in this report. Some of the most common types of electric fireplaces include wall-mounted, built-in, and freestanding. The report also segments the market by use, such as house use, hotel use, and "other places."
Some of the key electric fireplace vendors profiled in this report include GLEN DIMPLEX, SEI, Buck Stove, Twin-Star International, Allen, Napoleon, Kent Fireplace, Adam, Jetmaster, Fuerjia, Rui Dressing, GHP Group Inc., BTB, Boge Technology, RICHEN, Saintec, Hubei Ruolin, Paite, Andong, and Ruitian Industry.
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