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Even though furnaces have been around since the 19th century, homes are still frequently built with a fireplace. Why? Well, humans have had a relationship with fire for as long as we’ve been around. Throughout history we’ve used it to cook food, remain warm during winter and as a social gathering spot.  The only thing that has changed with the modern era is that we no longer need it to survive, but we still want fire in our lives.

Sometimes a home isn’t built with a fireplace because it isn’t needed anymore. But, with the cost of oil and electricity, it’s an attractive alternative to running the furnace in the middle of winter. Plus, having a gorgeous fireplace will increase a home’s value.

There are a lot of options to choose from when you’re shopping for your fire appliance, so let us help you decide what you need to make your home more cozy and a little less expensive to keep warm in the winter! 

This article serves as a comprehensive guide to understanding gas line sizing for fire features, such as fireplaces, gas logs, and fire pits. It addresses common questions and provides crucial considerations for optimal design performance and safety. Through this Tech Talk, readers will gain insight into the factors affecting gas line sizing and learn how to make informed decisions regarding their gas appliances, ensuring both efficiency and reliability in their installations.

If you're wondering how to measure for gas logs or how to choose the gas log set that best fits your home, then check out this helpful article complete with a gas log sizing chart! 

Is choosing the right type of gas logs for your fireplace leaving you confused and frustrated? To help you find the types of logs you need, here are the differences between vented and ventless gas logs for your fireplace. 

Can it be done? Yes, you can convert your wood-burning fireplace to a gas fireplace!

There are several benefits to adding a fireplace to your home. Check out just a few of them here!

Fireplaces are for more than aesthetics! It's good to know how to use your fireplace for heating or food just in case you can't use the kitchen.

We want to help you reduce your carbon footprint and bring your fireplace green! We will go over information, tips, and how-tos, to help bring your fireplace to an eco-friendly status! 

This is a great introduction to fireplace inserts for deciding if it's the right purchase for you!

Getting a blower for your fireplace is a great way to make your fireplace more efficient and save money!

Before you order and install a new ventless gas log set or coal basket into your home, you may want to go through this checklist to make sure you’re purchasing the right log set for your fireplace.

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!

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.

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