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SEI Fireplaces Give Your Room a Quick, Easy Makeover

Posted by Ivey on March 24th, 2011

Southern Enterprises Carrington FireplacesIs your living room or bedroom in desperate need of a facelift, but you don’t have the time or resources to invest in a total renovation? Adding an electric fireplace to your room is a quick and easy way to spice up any décor. To spark your creativity, this week’s product spotlight is on three Southern Enterprises, Inc. (SEI) electric fireplaces.

SEI electric fireplaces are available in a wide variety of designs, sizes, finishes, and price points. Plus, many of this manufacturer’s fireplaces come with optional heat settings that allow you to enjoy the ambiance of realistic flickering flames year-round—with or without heat! Rest assured, when the heater function is turned on your SEI electric fireplace is completely safe because no combustion is required to create heat and the glass enclosure of the firebox remains cool to the touch. Since no emissions or pollutants are produced, these heaters are eco-friendly and energy efficient.
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Electric Fireplaces Provide Warmth and Ambiance

Posted by Ivey on November 13th, 2009

Southern Enterprises Marquis Electric FireplaceFor many of us, the chill of winter makes us long for the snap, crackle, and pop of a cozy fire. However, installing a fireplace in our homes isn’t always an option due to financial reasons or property constraints (i.e., condos and apartments). Luckily, Sylvane has the next best thing (which, in some cases, may be even better). This week, we added a group of stylish and economical electric fireplaces to our extensive collection of portable heaters.

Electric fireplaces, like those manufactured by Southern Enterprises, are quickly becoming safer, low-hassle alternatives to built-in fireplaces. With traditional fireplaces, you have to consider what type of fireplace and features you want, where it will fit in your home, who will install it (Will you install it yourself or hire contractors?)—plus, you may need a building permit, which could take weeks to get!
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