— Stunning two-sided radiant fireplace
— Perfect for new homes or major renovations
— Can be installed into timber framing
— Optional ducted heating system
— Heats up to 200 m2
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TIP: We have this heater on display as a working model! We fire it up most weekends in winter. Or give us a call and let us know you are heading in and we will happily start it up for you.
This see-through Regency Mansfield gives you twice the viewing area and twice the control. The Mansfield is designed to fit into a custom-built wall. It doesn’t need a brick fireplace or chimney. Make this beautiful fireplace the star of any room. Designed to not only meet but exceed the very latest Australian requirements for emissions and efficiency, this is the latest in heating technology.
A Regency wood fireplace combines the ageless love of natural fire, with today’s busy lifestyle, by including the latest in wood-burning technology. The Regency engineers have carefully designed the firebox to create airflow around the wood so that it provides a spectacular fire that burns wood so completely; it only produces efficient heat for your home and results in very little ash.
Regency is a wood and gas heating company founded in Vancouver, Canada in 1979. Initially, based in a small suburban garage, they have grown to be a leader in the design and manufacture of heating products. Regency products are sold in over 2000 retailers across North America, Europe, Japan, China, Australia and New Zealand.
All Regency products believe in the four cornerstones of great fireplace products: high quality, good value, clean burning efficiency, and beautiful aesthetics.
Based out of its head office in Dandenong South, Victoria, Regency Australia provides extensive after-sales support for all of its products, including a limited 15-year warranty on all wood heaters sold in Australia.
*Please note all pricing is for a base spec heater, with minimum trim, and standard flue. Price does not include delivery or installation, which must be priced based on job requirements.