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Warming Kiwi Homes for 45 Years

With trusted dealers NZ-wide, the Jayline team is here to help you find your fire place and enjoy
warm and cosy living for years to come.

Find the Right Fireplace for Your Home

1

Is your property less than 2 hectares?

2

What size area do you need to heat?

3

Do you need a freestanding or insert/inbuilt fire?

1

Is your property less than
2 hectares?

2

What size area do you
need to heat?

3

Do you need a freestanding or insert/inbuilt fire?

In most parts of NZ, properties less than 2 hectares require a ‘clean air’ wood fire. Some locations have stricter regulations that require an ultra low emission wood burner. If you’re on 2 hectares or more, you may be able to install a ‘rural’ wood fire.

A rough guide is to allow 1kW of heat output for every 10 metres squared you need to heat. If your home has features that cause heat loss, consider a higher output and a radiant fire.

Insert fires are installed into a masonry cavity. If the cavity is combustible, a fire proof kit must be installed. This is referred to as an inbuilt fireplace.

Find the Right Fireplace for
Your Home

1

Is your property less than 2 hectares?

In most parts of NZ, properties less than 2 hectares require a ‘clean air’ wood fire. Some locations have stricter regulations that require an ultra low emission wood burner. If you’re on 2 hectares or more, you may be able to install a ‘rural’ wood fire.

2

What size area do you need to heat?

A rough guide is to allow 1kW of heat output for every 10 metres squared you need to heat. If your home has features that cause heat loss, consider a higher output and a radiant fire.

3

Do you need a freestanding or insert/inbuilt fire?

Insert fires are installed into a masonry cavity. If the cavity is combustible, a fire proof kit must be installed. This is referred to as an inbuilt fireplace.

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With trusted dealers NZ-wide, the Jayline team is here to help you find your fire place and enjoy
warm and cosy living for years to come.