Pretty much anyone who has a fire product has it going during the winter. Either you’re not ready to give up your patio evenings so you stoke the flames of your outdoor fireplace, or it’s cold inside and the perfect time to get a wood fire going. Regardless of why or where you’re going to enjoy the fire, there are a few things that need to be done first. Brush up on what you need to do to get your fire products ready for the cold season!
Our fireplace technicians have compiled the top 5 tips on how to best prevent a chimney fire when using your fireplace this winter. We'll help you out with these tips and some more safety information.
As the last few dog days of summer dwindle down, and the children rush off to school, the leaves will start to turn colors, and the temperatures will start to drop. When the crisp scent of Autumn pervades your senses, you might start to think about using your fireplace soon. Fireplace Doors Online will help you to make sure your fireplace is ready for the winter season, by learning about your gas valve and how you can replace it if needed.
The heating season is winding down and you’re giving your wood or pellet stove its last thorough cleaning when – uh oh! You notice a small crack on the exterior housing. While this may seem alarming at first, it may not be as some of us may think. Take a deep breath and let’s evaluate the situation together.
A beautiful fireplace is a great addition to any home or business. The warmth of the flickering flames makes the atmosphere both cozy and inviting. However, when not properly cared for, it is easy for any fireplace to become safety hazard. Plus, if you don’t deal with fireplaces often, the safety concerns are hard to spot and often go unnoticed. Here are a few tips to help you determine if your fireplace is safe.
Before Jack Frost stops by to nip at your nose, there are a few things you must do around the house to prepare for winter. This complete list covers both indoor and outdoor tasks that will help you save money and stay warm until the warm weather returns. Do these 8 things to prepare your home for winter: