18" RV Electric Fireplace with Flame Color Settings
Fireplaces. In ancient homes, they were a vital component that kept the inhabitants warm during cold weather. With the advent of woodburning stoves and then furnaces, the fireplace became less of a vital component to the home and more a mark of the affluent. A stone repository to hold fire inside of your flammable home lets people know you had money and renter's insurance. While it may be an extravagance in a "sticks-and-bricks" home, in your RV, it can be a vital element for keeping your rig warm.
RVs come in all shapes, sizes, and levels of quality. If you have a large rig with a low-quality furnace or heating appliance, all you’re going to do is spend your time plugging heaters in, overworking the existing heater, draining your power reserves, and still find you and yours suffering in the frigid air. An easy way to get a hold of the cold and make warm the norm is to get a new and stylish fireplace from RecPro.
If you're ready to get your blaze on and gaze on some beautiful fire-accurate LED lighting, make a pact with RecPro. A Covenant, if you will. An agreement that you send us the purchase price and we'll send you one of the best RV fireplaces on the market. With these contemporary stunners, you get a ton of amenities. Multiple temperatures, color, and fire intensity settings as well as deep functionality at the face panel or with a convenient (and user-friendly) remote control. You can't lose when you order a fireplace from RecPro.
- Overall dimensions: 24" H x 18" W x 6 1/2" D
- Cut out (rough-in) dimensions: 22 1/2" H x 14 1/2" W x 6 1/2" D
- Plugs into a standard outlet
- Three color settings: Orange, Orange Blue, Blue
- Six flame intensity settings
- Automatic temperature settings
- Fahrenheit or Celsius settings
- Continuous or 1 hr. to 8 hr. timed settings
- Remote control
- Removable glass panel for cleaning
- 120 Volt
- 1500 Watts
- 15 Amp
*If you are hearing a sound like crackling wood, it is because a panel shifted in shipping and needs adjusted. Remove the back panel and push the inner panel in so that it doesn’t touch the silver rotator*