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Archive for November 2012

Credits offered for switching to cleaner burning appliances

Many people fall into the category of having no power after Hurricane Sandy swept through the state. And many turned to wood-burning fireplace for warmth and light.

With the heating and cooling of refractory on both masonry and factory-built fireplaces, you can expect some minor cracks to's just the nature of things. Small hairline cracks in the refractory will almost always be present after repeated firings. When these fine cracks occur, you can rest assured that the homeowner can enjoy the fireplace with absolutely no danger! In fact, there is metal behind the refractory on a factory-built fireplace; therefore, even if the cracks get larger, the fireplace will still operate safely.

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How to Prep Your Fireplace for the Cold Season

Before you spark up the logs, make a clean sweep using these seven crucial safety tips

Posted on Oct 25 2012 by Alex Wilson

You have to plug it in, but it's also possible to run it off a 12-volt car battery. Our Quadrafire pellet stove can operate even during a power outage.

As winters go, the North Jersey region lucked out last year, with no substantial snow and relatively mild temperatures. But if forecasters are correct, we may be in for a colder-than-normal season this time around, with above-average accumulations of the white stuff.

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