Fireplace. Sunday , January 21st , 2018 - 22:19:54 PM
A gas fireplace design is one that is featured in a variety of different shapes and convenient sizes. This can help a great deal as a large number of homeowners simply do not have the large amount of space that are available in other homes. You will find several that are offered in natural gas options, and then there are numerous others that are available that will work with propane hookups. No matter what type of gas it is that you have in your home, there is a fireplace that will look perfect in your home. There are varieties that are available in gas fireplace design choices that offer the well known antique look that has become so popular today, Victorian styles are also offered, and then there are some unique styles that offer the contemporary and modern look of today.
Gas burning fireplaces are typically available with either natural gas or liquid propane as their fuel source. The beauty of a gas fireplace is that there is virtually no maintenance required once your installation is complete. With the flick of a switch or the push of a button you can enjoy a beautiful fire. Gas fireplaces offer a huge variety of different facing, lighting, and control options. The design possibilities are endless. Possible drawbacks may be the availability of natural gas or propane in your area as well as limitations to the heat the unit provides.
Similarly, electric fireplaces offer ease of installation, ease of use, and a variety of design options. But also like gas fireplaces, electric fireplaces do not provide a real wood burning fire. Another question that needs to be asked is where in your home do you want to position your fireplace? The best placement is near an outside wall with ample room for framing of a chimney chase to house the unit and venting components. For installation in Canada, the chase would need to be insulated, vapour barriered, and drywalled in order to meet building code requirements. Each fireplace comes with an installation manual that details the framing and installation requirements. Typically, a fireplace installer would require that the chase be framed and prepped prior to the installation of the fireplace.
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