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Archive for April 2012

If your fireplace firebrick is cracked or broken, you should replace the refractory brick before continuing the use the fireplace. Universal firebrick from Hargrove offers a simple and inexpensive method of replacing the fireplace firebrick.

Casual use open burning fireplaces are not efficient and require frequent fire tending.  The oversize fireplace flue sweeps the firebox heat up the flue. Even worse, the draft of the fireplace gathers up the heated room air as well.  A few hours of casual fireplace use can force your central heating system to work harder and cost you money!

Maryland to Give Rebates for Wood & Pellet Stoves

When purchasing a wood stove, it is important that you choose the appropriate size stove for your home. Most Wood Stoves will have a BTU rating which is the factor you will use to determine the proper size for your wood stove.

Have you ever wanted to have a fireplace you can take just about anywhere? With the new Bio Fuel Table Top Fireplace from Anywhere Fireplaces, that is now possible.

Lighting a fireplace, wood stove, campfire or bonfire can be a daunting task. Take all the work out of this process with our Burner Fire Starters.

Cast Iron Wood Stove

Cast Iron has been a popular choice in manufacturing wood stoves for many years. There are a number of advantages of using cast iron, some of those were even recognized many years ago when Ben Franklin built his first stoves.

Gas fireplaces are easier to maintain than traditional wood burning fireplaces. There are no ashes or other types of deposits, like creosote to have to clean up after using the fireplace. Starting a fire is also easier with gas units and in most cases, you just flip a switch and the fireplace ignites.

Chimney liners should be used in your wood burning fireplace chimney. Older chimneys were often built without a liner. The problem with these types of chimneys is that without a liner, your fireplace may end up drawing more air in from the inside, while allowing the heated air to go up and out the chimney.

When you are looking at Napoleon wood stoves for installing in your home, you will also need to consider your venting requirements. You will need some sort of chimney to vent the wood stove. You can choose to run your chimney along an exterior wall or up an interior wall.

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