If you burn wood in a fireplace, you know the damper should be open before you get a fire going. But is halfway open good enough? Less heat will be lost up the chimney, right?
Glass doors are an important component of your wood burning fireplace, stove or insert. It’s important that you have an appropriate door. Here’s why.
Is your fireplace causing your allergies? In this article, you’ll find logical explanations on the subject, as well as various ways you can remedy to it.
Many gas fireplaces, stoves and inserts operate with a standing pilot light. What does a pilot light actually do?
You want to update your fireplace, but don’t know how to go about doing it? Here are eight interesting and creative suggestions for all budgets.
A wood fireplace needs tools to facilitate its use and cleaning. Here are the nine tools you need to keep your device working.
When starting a fireplace, many experience condensation or fog on the glass for the first few moments. This shouldn’t cause any concern as it is part of the normal process of condensation that occurs when water vapor condenses onto a cool surface. Here is what you need to know.
Do you have a house with a wood burning fireplace that doesn’t provide any heat to your home? What can be done to provide more heat to your family room? Let’s discuss why a fireplace insert is a terrific way to update that old, inefficient outdated fireplace.
Learn how to reduce the risk of fire in your home, and see which preventive measures should be taken in order to keep your family safe.