There’s something unforgettable about a wood burning fireplace. Others are beautiful, and they can even have the same crackle and snap of a wood burning fireplace, but it isn’t the same as smelling warm cedar as you sip hot cocoa, or using your poker to push a log aside and watching the fire burst to life again. Nothing quite compares to a wood burning fireplace.
And, you need to know all about yours. Out of all of the features of your home that you need to have a good grasp of, the fireplace is definitely the biggest one. This section is all about wood burning fireplaces. Everything you from what’s what to how to start a fire easier is featured here. So, take a look and see what you can learn about that big, beautiful fireplace!
Getting a blower for your fireplace is a great way to make your fireplace more efficient and save money!
Sometimes getting your fire started can be tricky. We'd love to help you get it going with some tips and tricks!
As a fireplace expert who has been in the business for many years, we've heard almost all fireplace myths in the book. And today...
Keep your wood burning fireplace in tip-top shape with these simple and easy maintenance tips.
Fireplace Doors Online has explained the differences between Masonry and Zero Clearance fireplaces in the past, but today we explore a little more in depth, the components that make a Masonry Fireplace.
Fireplace Doors Online gives you a breakdown of the best ways to start a fire in your wood burning fireplace.
Have you been wondering what the purpose of a fireplace hearth is? Why do some fireplaces have hearths and others don't? Fireplace Doors Online answers your questions, and a few more in part one of our Fireplace Hearth series!
Cold weather is coming and do you know what that means? The events you hold at home will transition from your outdoor living space to the indoors, so you’ll want the inside of your home to be every bit as inviting as the outdoors! While you might have a great fire pit or outdoor fireplace outside, it can sometimes be easy to neglect the inside of your home. This can be especially true for your fireplace!