Fireplaces & Wood Stoves

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Can a sealed fireplace promote mold growth?

Sealing a fireplace can mean different things. It could involve the reduction of air flow in and out of the fireplace chimney through the use of insulation, foam board, weatherstripping, new fireplace doors or a special inflatable chimney balloon. Or it could mean entirely sealing off the masonry opening

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How to Install Outdoor Furnace Piping

Installing an outdoor furnace is a convenient and practical way for you to provide warmth to your home. The furnace is usually located outside your home and is powered by wood or coal. Moreover, the outdoor furnace is also a great way to avoid the mess that is usually caused by burning wood and is convenient

Add a Wood Stove to an Existing Fireplace Flue

A wood stove is a great way of warming a room, and if you have a fireplace flue already, then installing a wood stove onto this flue is not very difficult.

Give Your Nonfunctioning Fireplace a Makeover

Don't give up on the hope of a cozy winter.

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Choosing Your Fireplace Insert

If you use an old fireplace to help heat your home, you can quite likely save yourself some money on