Fireplaces are traditionally thought to burn wood, but there is now an alternative to this. Gas fireplaces have become common over the years. These fireplaces do not burn wood. Instead, they burn natural gas. This makes it possible for the fireplace to keep burning and burning, without you adding more fuel to the fire. Also, gas fireplaces are better for chimneys.
Woodstoves are often a more efficient way to heat your home than traditional fireplaces. Many wood stoves can even provide warmth for more than one room. Yet, more than 4,000 residential fires each year are started by woodstoves. To keep your wood stove operating safely, consider these tips:
The holidays are coming which means it’s time to transform your fireplace mantel into a beautiful focal point. Here are some tips that you can use year-round to create gorgeous displays that complement your style and show off your passions.
The history of the hearth dates back to long before The Energy House or any other manufacturer of residential gas burning fireplaces. Fast forward to 2016 and the purpose of the fireplace has transformed from survival, to a dream home. The fireplace may not be a new invention, but some innovative changes in 2016 will have you looking at the hearth in a whole new form.
Smart Home Integration
The contemporary home is only getting smarter and many leading manufacturers, like Heat & Glo, now seamlessly integrate with smart home systems and applications. Modern interior design ideas revolve around working with you, and the fireplace is no exception. Purpose and fashion are the new expectations of home features. Read more
Many individuals enjoy the comfort of a relaxing fire in their home during the freezing winter time. A roaring fire not only creates the comfort of warmth in your home but also provides ambiance and value. With several options to choose from in today’s market the choice can be very confusing. As a consumer you are torn between trying to balance finding a source of heat that provides efficiency as well as a welcoming comfort to the home. It is becoming more evident in our modern world today that consumers are striving for a heat source that does not provide negative effects on the environment over time but still will be a highly efficient heating source in the home.