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Things Are Heating Up At Jetmaster Newcastle

Winter is here, and although temperatures have yet to hit rock-bottom, it does not mean that we need to freeze until they do.

Jetmaster Newcastle is well known for their extensive range of fireplace products, and has been providing Newcastle and its surrounding regions with the highest quality fireplace products for over ten years. Their showroom at Adamstown is continuously updated and hosts the regions premier display of gas and log-burning fireplaces.

Whether you’re looking to add a fireplace that oozes contemporary style or perhaps a period fireplace to suit the heritage of your home, you’re sure to find exactly what you are looking for at the Adamstown display centre.

Designers increasingly include fireplaces into interior designs and Robin Hastings, the owner of Jetmaster Newcastle, says that they are seeing a real trend towards homeowners returning to having a fireplace as a central feature of their living environment.

“At Jetmaster, we offer both gas and log burning fires. Our gas range is perfect for those who prefer the cleanliness of gas and convenience of touch button while our log burning fires are for those who love the beautiful natural heat and effect that only a log burning fire can provide,” says Robin.

“In our showroom, customers can view the Heat & Glo range of balanced flue gas fires. This range is available in many configurations. In addition to the health benefits of the sealed unit and flue system, the design allows for flexibility in installation and location within your home. There are not many places you can’t fit a Heat & Glo gas fire. The range-topping Mezzo Series from Heat & Glo is certainly a favourite with architects and in some of the finest homes in Newcastle,” he said.

“We also have our range of contemporary Horizon and traditional Jetmaster naturally drafted (open) gas fires. These fires are aesthetically stunning and provide brilliant, radiant heat, reliability of operation and a myriad of accessories so you can achieve just the look you’re after.”

For those who love a real wood fire ( and who doesn’t), then you will find that Jetmaster Newcastle have you covered there too! Open fires are where it all began for Jetmaster. Over 50 years ago the Jetmaster firebox design was patented, and since that time the name "Jetmaster" has become synonymous with simply the best open fire you can buy. With a smokeless design, a wide range of sizes and a convection system providing up to five times more heat than a conventional open fire there really is only one choice.

The friendly team at Jetmaster can also help you plan your installation. For new fires going into existing homes, they provide a full, obligation-free home consultation. They come to your home at a time that suits you and fully assess your options in regards to fire selection, installation and finishes.

They can also organise your installation from start to finish, so all you have to do is sit back and enjoy. For new home builders and renovators, they will liaise directly with your builder and other site trades to take the fuss out of any purchase and install.

Jetmaster Newcastle is also the regions largest supplier of period architectural hardware. Meticulously crafted reproductions from authentic originals collected from around Australia include door and window hardware, locks and latches, cabinet hardware, electrical switches, tiles, pressed tin panels and so much more.

For architects, interior designers, builders, developers and commercial proprietors, Jetmaster Newcastle offers the services of a dedicated commercial division. With over 20 years of experience in commercial and government contract works the team truly understand the way to ‘make things happen’ – on time, on budget, fuss-free and fully compliant from start to finish.

Offering the full start to finish service, Jetmaster Newcastle is your one-stop solution for Winter warming fires and period restorations. For more information visit


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