Part of owning well, anything, means some general upkeep. For example, you probably wash the undercarriage of your car to prevent rust, especially in winter or after a trip to the beach. You’re doing general maintenance to ensure that you’re investment doesn’t cost you later. It’s the same thing with your fireplace or stove. This whole section is dedicated to providing you the knowledge you need to keep everything in good working order. Read up on what you can do now to save yourself a headache and big expense later!
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Fireplace, chimney, and wood stove maintenance is essential not just to the safety of your home, but your family as well. Don't skimp on maintenance as it could be deadly. These tips can help you not only properly maintain your fireplace or chimney, but guide you in the proper direction to finding the right professional to help you with any repair needs.
It’s not uncommon during the shipping process for the screws in the door rails of the Nightwell to become loose, causing the doors to misalign and appear crooked when installed. Luckily, this is a simple fix that does not require a service professional and can be done right at home.
During the shipping process, it is not uncommon for the fireplace door rails to misalign and become crooked as the package gets jostled around. This is an easy fix that can be done at home in 2 simple steps.
Suspect a gas leak? Questioning if your ball valve needs to be replaced? If you have a gas burning feature, now is the time to be proactive with some routine maintenance. Before the summer begins, it's a good idea to check for problems and get them taken care of. We have some helpful information on how you can detect a gas leak and when it's time to replace your quarter-turn ball valve!
Fireplace Doors Online has some easy tips to help you with the proper cleaning and care of your gas log lighter! When the bonfire season has come to an end for your backyard fire pit, it is wise to make sure that ash buildup and soot is removed from your log starter. This ensures a well-running device that will continue to be safe to operate in your home!
Have you been considering getting a log lighter for your wood burning fireplace? We've compiled a list of the pros and cons to having a fire starter pipe in your fireplace to help you make your decision!