Hole in the Wall

A rare example of a ‘hole in the wall’ design using our rectangular burner.

This had the ‘longer connections’ between the burner and control box, to allow the controls to be positioned on the side of the structure, rather than the front. 

The area above the fire is hollow to allow the heat and fumes to escape through the chimney at the top. It also has a flue liner to protect the structure from the heat

It looked like they’d installed two burners, until I noticed the mirror at the back. Nice touch. This would help to reflect the heat out of the front, and make the flames look even more amazing.  The mirror is made from heat proof glass so it can stand up to the heat.

If you are planning a ‘hole in the wall’ design, see attached sketch showing the basic concept.   Just remember, this type of design is less effective than a typical firepit that you sit around, as it’s radiating heat just in one direction.  

Back to list