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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.

The warm glow of a fireplace is one of nature's simple gifts. To keep things simple and safe, clean the fireplace regularly and know that it is well built. It's also a good idea to have a professional initially inspect the fireplace and chimney even if you plan to clean and maintain it yourself, according to Ken Robinson, of the Chimney Safety Institute of America.

There are all different models and types of Napoleon fireplaces available for your home. You can look at traditional wood fireplaces, gas fireplaces and electric fireplaces. Each of these types offers you a wide selection of choices, like zero clearance fireplaces.

There are benefits to installing a direct vent fireplace in your home over other types of fireplaces. One advantage over other fireplaces is that direct vent units do not require a complicated chimney installation, which makes installation much simpler.

Natural gas does not smell naturally, so energy companies add a smell to it when processing the natural gas, which gives it a rotten egg smell.

Selecting the right type of fireplace for your home depends upon what type of fuel you prefer to burn.

Operating gas fireplaces is slightly different from using wood burning fireplaces. Unlike wood burning, there is normally no flue which you need to open prior to starting a fire.

When you hear someone talking about a direct vent fireplace, like the models available on our website here at New Energy Distributing, you should know that they are referring to a particular style of gas fireplace.

As winter comes to a close we all need to be careful with our fireplaces and chimneys. With that in mind more than one-third of Americans use fireplaces, wood stoves and other fuel-fired appliances as primary heat sources in their homes. Unfortunately, many people are unaware of the fire risks when heating with wood and solid fuels.

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