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A Few Important Things About Fireplaces

With winter just around the corner, it’s time to prepare your home with the best fireplace that you can purchase in Toronto. There are several things that you need to consider before you select a fireplace for your home.

Fireplaces definitely add a warm and cozy touch to your home. However, these are modern times, and people prefer options that provide them with the warmth of a traditional fireplace without needing wood to operate it…Also, during an ice storm, just imaging having heat from your gas fireplace as a second option. That’s why gas fireplace inserts are popular with homeowners.

Here are some commonly asked questions that people want to know about fireplaces surrounding. Hopefully the answers will help you make an informed decision when choosing or installing a fireplace in your home.

  1- What Is a Fireplace Insert?

A fireplace insert is a type of fireproof box covered by steel with insulated safety glass covering the front. 

2- How Does a Fireplace Insert Work?

In a typical fireplace insert, air enters through the vents below and circulate in the chamber. 

3- Which Fireplace Insert Should I Buy?

There are three types of fireplace inserts based on the type of fuel used to operate them:

  1. Gas-burning fireplace inserts
  2. Pellet-burning fireplace inserts
  3. Wood burning fireplace inserts

All three types of fuels have advantages and disadvantages associated with them. 

  4- Are Fireplace Inserts Efficient?

Yes, gas fireplace inserts are much cost and energy efficient. They provide better zone heating than traditional wood fireplaces, and also help to reduce energy bills. 5- Are Fireplace Inserts Safe?

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Source: Cozy Comfort Plus

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