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Henriette Fireplace February 10th, 2018 - 12:58:16
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The best reason I have saved for last and that is, your fireplace is costing you heat loss all day and night even when your not using it. The reason is that your damper in your fireplace is not airtight they are made that way to maintain a certain amount of clearance even when they are closed. So If you have a fireplace that does not have a glass-door you are wasting energy, up and out the chimney. In this article its easy to see how you can get more heat out of your fireplace with just a few small changes, that will let you burn outside air instead of the air that you already paid to heat, and by installing glass-doors to stop heat loss.
So when you think about the fireplace insert when you think about new fireplace construction, you have possibilities that literally will never end. I have written reports, DIYs, articles and plenty of blog posts about most of the possibilities. Its hard not to mention such unique areas as in the bathroom, bedroom, office, and dining room. Those are rooms that traditionally dont have fireplaces even though a more contemporary trend has been to build certain types in these rooms. But, we can stretch our imaginations for some fireplace ideas that transcend even those.
The Corner Fireplace Traditionally, fireplaces go in the center of the wall. But, we have evolved into forward thinking visionaries. We are no longer limited by the way things have always been. We put fireplaces in the corner. With a fireplace insert and some building supplies, you can have a fireplace that is more unique than the one your best friend has. You can either learn how to do it yourself, because it is completely safe when you use a fireplace insert with gel fuel, or you can ask a friend of yours to help you. Its that easy. Middle of the Room Why have it along the wall? Why have it in the corner, even though that is a great idea? Why not put a fireplace in the middle of the room? You hardly need any supplies from the hardware store. Build a simple brick or rock structure for your fireplace insert and you have the neatest indoor fireplace you have ever seen.