Fireplace. Saturday , January 20th , 2018 - 23:49:55 PM
Fireplace design ideas are plentiful. A fireplace can really make the room, so careful planning and consideration are important. Having a typical or traditional fireplace is not as suitable as one might think now days. Once that plain old style fireplace is in your home, you might begin doubting your decorating ability. You should take some time to ponder the idea of designing a very nice and complimenting fireplace. It will become a centralized area of interest for your guests as well as your family members. You will most likely want your fireplace to become a great conversation piece, or maybe it can become the one thing that wraps up the look of the whole room!
They come in an assortment of sizes, colors, styles and designs to fit any type of home interior decorating theme anyone could want. They also eliminate the need for installing or maintaining chimney flues, gas piping or venting duct work. They provide a cool to the touch feature that eliminates the worry or pain from being burned unlike a real flame burning fireplace. You can enjoy the dance and crackle of flames, while providing a wonderful cozy warm area in your home in the winter. In the summer you can turn off the heat and still enjoy the dance of the realistic flames.
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.
Any content, trademark/s, or other material that might be found on this site that is not this site property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does ~JUST FIREPLACE~ claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.