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Fireplace Buying Checklist for First-time Shoppers

Once installed, a fireplace will occupy an important place in the house, so you need to keep this in mind when you start shopping for it. There are many reasons that can convince you to buy a fireplace: Enhancing the aspect of the room Heating the room Reducing...

Keeping Your Lakewood Patio Furniture in Great Condition

There are some simple rules that you have to respect for the maintenance of your outdoor furniture. They are not very complicated, but maintenance operations must be properly performed, at the right time. According to well informed outdoor patio furniture sets...

How Often Should You Clean Your Fireplace?

Even if they are rather perceived as a decorative element that creates a special environment, providing that sense of comfort and elegance, we must also see the practical aspect of a fireplace. It can successfully represent a secondary source of heating in the room...

How to Tell if Your Fireplace is Properly Vented

Fireplaces are beautiful additions to a home that also add extra heat during the winter. However, should it not be venting properly, and you may get problems instead of comfort. When you have a fireplace in your home, you must know how it works and be able to notice...

How to Keep Your Outdoor Kitchen Safe During Winter

Now that cold season has arrived, your outdoor kitchens in Denver must be winterized to prevent damage caused by the weather. Some kitchen appliances and tools, as well as the plumbing can freeze and become damaged by water and cold air. Adding an awning is not...

Best Wood to Burn in Your Colorado Fireplace

People in Colorado use various wood types to burn in their fireplaces. Hardwoods that have a considerably higher heating value per cubic meter than conifers are the best option, but in Colorado, they are imported in bulk and their price is higher than the price of...

Tips for Protecting Your Patio Furniture During Winter

Your patio is probably one of your favorite places in the house – the comfortable outdoor area where you can sip your coffee in the morning and relax after work, where you can entertain friends or enjoy a meal with your family. A precious space deserves its owner’s...

The Difference Between Fireplaces and Fire Place Inserts

The term fireplace is used to refer to an opening in the wall of a building that is connected to a flue and to a chimney, while fireplace inserts are chambers built from non-combusting material and inserted into the fireplace to increase the efficiency of the burning...

How Fireplace Inserts Can Help Lower Your Heating Bill

A fireplace insert is a chamber made from non-combusting material installed into already existing, masonry fireplaces or are part of modern, factory-made fireplaces. Installing gas fireplace inserts into classic, large, wood-burning fireplaces is one of the...

Signs A Modern Fireplace Is Right for Your Home

Fireplaces are either designed and built along with the house or they are inserted afterwards – if your home does not have a fireplace and you are currently on the fence whether you should or shouldn’t get one, here are a few things that tell you a modern fireplace...

Is Using A Fireplace Better Than Using A Furnace?

“Better” means a different thing to each of us and both fireplaces and furnaces have their own, very specific fortes, so here are a few features that makes a fireplace a better choice and a few others that make furnaces stand out: Efficiency – both solutions are...

What Are Ventless Fireplaces?

Ventless fireplaces are self-contained heat sources that don’t need a chimney or a flue to exhaust the gases generated during the heating process. They are powered either with natural gas, alcohol-based gel products, propane or electricity and they have some great...

Tips for Decorating Your Outdoor Area This November

Gardens and front yard vegetation still have beautiful fall colors, but the outdoor areas around homes will soon become gray and leafless. However, with the holiday season approaching quickly, more and more homeowners are looking for ways to replace natural decoration...

How to Snow-Proof Your Outdoor Furniture

If you have an outdoor furniture set that you want to protect against the damage that can be caused by freezing weather and snow, here are a few great tips for you: - Clean and treat wood pieces – if you have wooden furniture, use some sandpaper to remove any paint...

What Are Fireplace Inserts?

A fireplace insert is a device that is inserted into a built structure, such as stone or masonry fireplace. Made from cast iron or steel, most of them featuring self-cleaning glass doors, fireplace inserts are usually categorized by the type of fuel they use for...

Getting You Patio and Your Outdoor Furniture Ready for Fall

The end of the summer comes not only with milder weather and beautiful colors, but with lots of work around the house as well. The entire home needs to be prepared for the fall. It is a great time to schedule gas fireplace inserts inspection and maintenance. Your...

Why Autumn Is the Best Season for Fire Pits

Outdoor spaces need just as much care and design as your indoor space and just like home interiors, most homeowners are looking for ways to create the perfect setting that features all the right components. This can mean enjoying an outdoor fireplace with heat...

The Best Fireplaces to Keep You Warm This October

Fireplaces serve not only aesthetic purposes – they are also there to keep you warm. If you are currently planning a remodeling project that involves the installation of a fireplace, here are the most common types: - Wood burning types – these are the most traditional...

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