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Ironstrike Introduces the Bellevue 27

Friday, September 1, 2017

IronStrike introduces a new addition to the Bellevue family of gas fireplace inserts with the Bellevue 27.

Transforming a wood burning fireplace to a gas appliance, the Bellevue 27 is an ideal solution to upgrade the hearth without the cost of a complete fireplace overhaul. A large, unobstructed view of the flame provides the look and feel of a traditional wood fire with the convenience of gas. The sleek black interior highlights the yellow dancing flames from the five hand-painted and detailed oak timber logs.

Ceramic glass and a circulating blower provide heat for up to 1,625 square feet.

The Bellevue 27 offers homeowners the ability to customize the look of their new gas fireplace to match any décor. In addition to the standard decorative trim, homeowners can pick from the optional Frontier, Highliner and Iron Rail trim kits (each sold separately).

Warmth and flame are just a touch-of-a-button away with easy to reach side controls. Wireless technology allows for the Bellevue 27 to be paired with an optional wireless wall-mounted control or hand-held remote control (each item sold separately).

The Bellevue 27 is available from authorized IronStrike distributors in the United States and Canada.

For more details and product specifications, visit : http://ironstrike.us.com/products/bellevue-27

IronStrike Stoves is the preferred retail brand for wood, gas and pellet stoves and inserts in modern and traditional styles. IronStrike Stoves is a division of Innovative Hearth Products.

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