Modern Fireplace / July 19, 2018 / Leia Burnette.
Many people love the warmth and beauty of a fireplace. With rising heating costs, homeowners are constantly looking for ways to reduce the cost of heating their home. This is especially prevalent in old large homes and farmhouses. One problem that homeowners noticed with their old fireplace was that it just did not heat the entire room or home. Fireplace blowers are a relatively inexpensive way to help reduce those costs.
A modern fireplace can be categorized as such because of the latest technology that facilitates its operation. A natural wood burning fireplace can be converted into a modern type ignited by natural gas, propane or electricity. There are also modern eco-friendly ventless fireplaces fueled by bio-ethanol which do not have any smoke emission. Bio-ethanol combustion produces heat together with a tiny amount of water vapor and steam. This method eliminates the need for a chimney or flue. Technologically advanced features and futuristic design make up a modern fireplace.
Modern fireplace is known for its energy-efficiency. They use a recyclable and environmental-friendly fuel usually from wood scraps compressed using pressure and biomass gasses. They burn clean also therefore helping in the improvement of the quality of air. They produce less volume of ash decreasing the amount of waste. In addition, they can be operated easily by pressing a button or the thermostat, a device used for controlling and regulating the temperature of a system. Moreover, this model occupies less space compared to other fireplace technologies. It also uses ventilation which is less expensive than that of the chimneys.
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.