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October brings to mind many familiar sights and sounds: showers of falling leaves, squirrels collecting acorns, Friday-night football contests, ghosts and goblins — and the welcome warmth and atmosphere of a fireplace or hearth. With that in mind, the…
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Exactly what is a gas fireplace? A persnickety reader might insist on calling it a gas-burning fireplace or a gas-fueled fireplace. That’s what it is: a fireplace that burns gas as its heating fuel. By gas, we mean natural gas or propane. What are some of…
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Truth be told, fire safety tips are fire safety tips. Whether the season is fall, winter, spring or summer, certain practices and habits are safer than others. Since fireplace usage is rare in summer, we default to seasonal needs. So, let’s talk about…
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We all know you can’t see electricity, but you can experience its benefits. One of the miracles, if you will, of modern technology is the electric fireplace. Imagine encountering the term at the dawn of its invention. Electric fireplace. What’s that? It…
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If you don’t want to risk a delay because of shipping or inventory, order a new wood insert today, in the days of summer. Once fall and winter are upon us, the demand is more urgent. Get ahead of the game. We said, “Order a new wood insert today.” What…
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Carbon monoxide, or CO, is odorless and colorless — and potentially deadly. That makes it a silent and stealthy threat. Despite being odorless and colorless, CO is detectable. CO monitors in homes offer some protection from the health risks associated…
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What’s that saying about changing the clocks? “Spring back, fall forward”? “Spring ahead, fall behind”? “Cartwheels in spring, yoga in fall”? It gets so confusing. Whatever it is, it got us thinking: summer is the time to schedule your fall maintenance…
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Everyone knows that summertime is the prime season to prepare for a safe and warm winter. Winter. You read that right. It sounds counter intuitive, but it makes perfect sense. Get things in order now, when the help is available and when you are not in a…
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 As the saying goes, “To everything there is a season.” That’s true for firewood, too. Even though summer is upon us, selecting and seasoning firewood now will bring benefits next fall and winter. Using seasoned firewood will improve the performance of…
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A wood stove provides practical benefits: heat and warmth when cold temperatures demand an energy response. Aside from these practical dividends wood stoves also deliver atmosphere. Think of the comforting glow and charming crackle of a fire that a wood…
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