You should make sure that you have a power source close by your fireplace in order to plug in any fireplace blowers you decide to run. Usually, you can expect a blower to require one hundred and ten volts of power. You may need to have an electrical outlet installed so you do not end up with an extension cord running across the floor.
In order to spread warmth throughout a room, these electric fireplaces use a "fan forced heater". Large metal coils are heated within the fireplace, using electricity. A fan is then used to direct heat from the coils outwards, thereby heating the room. These fan forced heaters are silent and very energetic and efficient, allowing the heat to spread over a large area. As soon as an electric fireplace is turned on, the heat is provided instantly with no delay for heating elements to warm up.