Marquis Integra Casting

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  • Marquis close
    Integra Marquis Casting
  • Marquis
    Castect Marquis Full Polished Casting
  • Arbeia stove
    5kW Stove to fit the Integra Range
  • Arbeia stove in situ
    Integra casting with Stove in Situ (Not Marquis Casting)
  • Integra electric fire
    2kW Electric Fire to Fit the Integra Range
  • Intgera electric
    Integra Casting with Electric fire in Situ (Not Marquis Casting)
  • Cast iron w electra engine inset assembly
    Electra Assembly
  • Marquis cutout
    Marquis full polished casting
  • Marquis close
  • Marquis
  • Arbeia stove
  • Arbeia stove in situ
  • Integra electric fire
  • Intgera electric
  • Cast iron w electra engine inset assembly
  • Marquis cutout

The Castec Marquis Integra is a plain Arched Insert with a stunning full polished finish. This creates a very contemporary feel and there’s no doubt that this model likes to be noticed, it comes complete with a gas, electric or solid fuel Stove.

There are a number of gas fire options to suit every requirement and flue applications including homes without a chimney, please see the drop down menu below..

Curently this casting is not available to buy online, please call for up-to-date prices and for any advice required.

Please make a choice from every section
Call us for pricing information: 01422 250 723

Casting Dimensions
A 941mm / 948mm
B 941mm / 948mm
C 722mm / 740mm
D 844mm / 860mm
E 55mm
Required Chamber Dimensions

The required chamber size is the minimum opening required to house a casting, excluding the rebate (E).

Castings can be used with solid fuel fires, there are also electric and gas fire inserts available. Visit our Gas and Electric Fires section.

Hearth Dimensions
Hearth only

E 48", 54" or 60"
F 2"
G 15" or 18"
Boxed or Lipped Hearths
Hearth only boxed
Boxed hearth
Hearth only lipped
Lipped hearth

All granite and Marble hearths come lipped, for an extra charge we can make them boxed.

Veneered hearths come boxed but can be lipped for a small extra charge.

Hearth Footprint

We would always suggest that you take delivery of your hearth before cutting your carpet. The sizes given are for the top of your hearth, the footprint is usually around 0.5" on both sides and front.

Bespoke Sizes

We can alter the size of your hearth, in both width and depth. Please call us for a quotation.

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All our fire surrounds can be upgraded to be used with an open fires, Solid Fuel Stoves or Gas HE Fires.

You must follow your manufacturers and Hetas guidelines as we do not make the surrounds fire proof. We are ensuring they won’t warp or peel if fitted correctly.

You should always ensure that your installer is registered with Hetas, and always ask your installer for identification; they will be able to produce a HETAS ID card with their registration competence on the reverse.

If you do not have an installer then visit the HETAS website ( and using their search, you will be able to find an installer in your location.

Please call a Hetas engineer for installation advice.

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Our surrounds can be used with any gas fire with an output of 4Kw or less. For greater output select the solid fuel upgrade

Gas fires must be fitted per distances from combustible materials, as specified in your instruction manual. Any HE or glass fronted fire must have the solid fuel upgrade. HE & glass fronted fires can only be used with Granite Hearth and Backs.

If you visit, you will find a list of engineers in your location.

You must use a Gas Safe Engineer if you are having a gas fire fitted, they can generally fit your entire fire surround and will supply you with a safety certificate.

Please call a Gas Safe engineer for installation advice.

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All our surrounds can be used with electric fires; you do not need a qualified electrician as they come fitted with standard plugs.

If you are fitting your fire surround against a wall without a hole, then you need to ensure that you have the correct surround rebate. If you have a chimney, this needs a cowel or to be sealed to stop the fire overheating and becoming noisy.

If you are moving a socket, then you need to use a qualified electrician. Once the work has been carried out, you will receive a Part P certificate from the electrician.

If you are looking for a qualified electrician, then a good website to visit is

Call us if you require help with rebates.