Our selection of gas fires ranges from traditional styles to cutting-edge contemporary fireplace designs and our range of wall mounted electric fires are ideal for rooms where no chimney is present, we cater to every budget and taste. Whether you simply need a replacement gas fire and know exactly what you’re looking for, or are renovating a room and want to install a hole in the wall as a centrepiece, we’re here to help. We specialise in fireplaces and fire surrounds, stocking a huge range of products both traditional and modern in marble, granite and wood.
A new fireplace is an exciting addition to any home. We believe that everyone should have the fireplace they love, for a price that they love too. We’re confident that we have something that you’ll love. We have a wide range of fireplaces that are attractive and varied in style that will add class, character, sophistication and style to any home
If you don’t know where to begin, if you are bit confused which to go for, that’s where we come in below is a small guide to buying the right fireplace for you home.
Gas Fires
Gas fires can be fitted into most existing fireplaces, while a new hole-in-the-wall style fireplace can give a really modern look. Moving a fire up off the floor creates a contemporary style statement and can work well in a period property. There are gas fires available for all kinds of flues. Remember, too, that all gas fires should be fitted by a CORGI-registered installer.
Electric Fires
Electric fires have really moved on in recent years. They are now great value for money and have all the benefits of a decorative gas fire. They´re also a great way to incorporate a fire into a room without a flue and are really easy to install. A world away from old-fashioned bar models, modern electric fires look good, but heat output can be limited.
Flueless Fires
A relatively recent innovation, flueless fires don´t require a chimney as they use a catalytic converter to remove fumes. Flueless fires are an expanding market. The great thing is that none of the heat is lost up a chimney, so they´re 100 per cent energy efficient, and they only use 25 per cent of the gas consumed by other decorative models. Flueless fires require a minimum room size and additional ventilation into the room.
Once the preserve of country cottages, stoves are appearing in modern homes, thanks to new, sleek, contemporary designs. Most use wood, a renewable source of energy and an eco-friendly option, but some models can also be fuelled by coal, gas or even electricity. There is a trend towards wood-burning stoves, In terms of the size and output of your stove. As with other fires, get your flue checked to see whether it´s the right size and in good condition. If it isn´t, you can get a liner fitted. An appliance is only as good as the flue it´s connected to.
Select your surround
Granite, Marble, Sandstone, limestone, Victorian or cast iron; wall-mounted, traditional or contemporary. The fireplace you choose is very much down to personal taste, but do take into consideration the style and period of your home when making your decision. Scale and proportion are everything, make sure you go for a surround that sits well in the room, to ensure your scheme doesn´t feel unbalanced. It´s like investing in the best-quality tailoring, but for your fireplace!

To compliment your new kitchen, you need a range of appliances that will withstand the test of time. Appliances are long term investments, so it’s important you choose the ones that are perfect for your style, from top brands such as NEFF, Bosch and Belling that will provide valuable use for years to come.
From free standing cookers, to built-in wall ovens and separate cooktops, there is so much choice when it comes to your culinary essentials. A range cooker is a fantastic selection for a traditional kitchen and is often referred to as the heart of the home. Choose from cast iron, stainless steel and even budget models that offer a classic country look for a fraction of the price.
If you’re looking for something more contemporary, there are an abundance of ovens on the market with new technologies that aim to improve the cooking experience. Double ovens, wall ovens and separate cooktops give you much more flexibility in the kitchen.
It’s important to choose the right extractor fan that will not only work with your cook space, but will also fit in with your kitchen theme. We offer some of the most innovative extractor fans available, that can seamlessly blend into your design. This includes decorative cooker hoods to make a statement, and downdraft extractors that are hidden away under your work surface for a minimalist look.
Another key appliance in the kitchen is the refrigerator. When deciding upon which style is right for you, be sure to think about the space it will use and how many people will be using it. For example, if you have a large family, an American style fridge-freezer would be the perfect addition as they offer ample storage. As with many appliances, you can have your fridge integrated into your cabinetry for a streamlined design.
A microwave, dishwasher, hot tap, built-in coffee machine and even a wine cooler are all additional finishing touches you may consider for your kitchen. These extras help to build a kitchen you can enjoy, whether you’re simply relaxing with a coffee, entertaining friends or cleaning with ease after cooking a hearty meal.
We offer hundreds of appliances from brands including NEFF, Stove, CDA, Bosch, Baumatic, Candy, Belling and more. Our designers have a vast amount of knowledge on each product and can advise you on the perfect appliances to suit your taste and kitchen style. Come and speak to one of our designers in our showroom,
For more information or if you would like a free home visit, please either call 01274 545 729 or email: or book online by clicking here

Lighting is a fundamental part of the home, especially when it comes to the kitchen. It can be used to evoke different moods and can completely transform your space, highlighting key areas of the kitchen. From overhead lights to spotlights and LED countertop lights – there’s something to suit every style.
1. One of the first things to consider when buying a new kitchen is where you will need the most light. Overhead lights are fantastic for being your main power source of light, but it’s also a good idea to highlight your cook space so you can see exactly what you’re preparing. Under-cabinet lighting is great for this as it will cast minimal shadows whilst giving extra light to the areas that need it the most.
2. LED lights are a fantastic way to pick out key design features of the kitchen. They can bring a modern twist to any style and are available in a variety of forms and colours to compliment your home.
3. Create the perfect atmosphere in your kitchen with mood lighting that can be easily adjusted. Whether you want a bright, awakening look or something more relaxed and calm, dimmer lights can help you achieve the ideal setting.
We offer a variety of lighting solutions at ECO Bradford that can help bring your home to life. Our experienced designers can advise and help you every step of the way. Visit our showroom to find out more or call us on 01274 545729