Make Your Coastal Home Awesome With An Atmosphere Fireplace. Matched with the sea salt in the air, a cozy fire to sit by is a surefire heartwarming experience for any coastal suburb home. With Atmosphere’s wide variety of Slow Combustion Heaters and Open Wood, Gas, and Electric Fires, we are almost sure to have what you’re looking for!
Atmosphere indoor & outdoor have over 30 years experience in heating solutions for homes along the Mornington Peninsula and surrounds:
The snap, crackle, and dancing flames of a wood fire is a welcome source of entertainment for cold times, especially when it’s burning in one of our stainless steel open wood fireplaces.
These fireplaces look best with a backdrop of the coast or sea, making them very popular for the coastal suburbs. We offer only the best Jetmaster Open Wood Fireplaces.
Want all the fun of a dancing flame with far less mess and a fast start time? A gas fireplace is a popular choice for homeowners looking for a mess-free fireplace.
Although you may not get the crackle and pop of burning wood, gas fireplaces still output bright, dancing flames that are a source of great warmth and entertainment.
Popular models include the Heat and Glo 130-X, 5X, SLR-X, and the Quadra-Fire 31LE.
Slow combustion heaters provide increased wood efficiency, which equates to about 30% of savings in fuel costs compared to open wood fireplaces.
We offer a variety of freestanding models as well as an insert for a space-saving option. These models radiate an amazing amount of heat and are sure to warm up even the coldest nights with ease, with the Vision Line Taurus being our most popular slow combustion heater.
Offering the most efficient use of energy, electric fireplaces look good, output efficient heat, and do not require flues or chimneys.
If your home has limited space or can’t be renovated much to include a chimney or flue, some of our popular models may be what you’re looking for!
If you’d like to see what we can do for you, give us a call at 0428 189 978 or visit our showroom in Carrum Downs.