We love fire.
We must, it’s a part of our company name! And, we love talking about it. That’s why we have blog posts on fireplaces, grills, fire pits and yes, fire bowls and fire fixtures! Because we are just a little obsessed, we’ve written a lot of articles on what’s right for your project as well as care and maintenance of your fire product.
It’d be great if you shopped with us, but we want to be sure that you get exactly what you want and need with your first purchase. So, check out our posts on everything concerning your outdoor fire fixtures. If you have a question, just ask!
Gas. It burns cleaner and hotter than wood. But what is the difference between propane and natural gas? Whew, do I have news for you! Take a peek and find out some awesome facts about your gas burning options!
Let's talk about stainless steel baby. We want you to be prepared for what stainless steel can do when inside or outside. So...we put together all this knowledge in one place just for you! Check it out!
The decorative gas valve key is an essential part of your valve assembly. We have a variety of beautiful Dante valve keys, available in different finishes and sizes. But what exactly does a gas valve key do? Read this informative article to find out more!
Ever wonder what an escutcheon is? What many people are not aware of is that this device appears in many areas all over your home, and don't necessarily have to be gas fire feature related! Let us explain all about what an escutcheon is and how it is utilized!
If you are planning on installing an outdoor fire feature, or perhaps converting your wood-burning fire pit to a gas-fueled option, you'll need to decide if you want to use natural gas or propane. What many people don't know is that there is a big difference between the two. So much, in fact, that additional ventilation and an air mixer are required in order to ensure that your propane accent is operating properly. Fireplace Doors Online is here to explain the difference between the two gasses, and why it is so important for propane to be properly aerated!