The inner workings of your gas fireplace probably seem too complicated to understand, and the thought of working on it overwhelming. Take heart – many of the problems you may experience are simple to troubleshoot and solve. Even if you choose to have a service technician repair your gas fireplace, it should cost less if you can direct him straight to the problem.
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It’s the focus of family gatherings and a great way to take the chill off the coldest winter nights. It’s also a danger to your house and family. A wood stove or fireplace that is improperly cared for may start a fire where you don’t want one. According to the National Fire Protection Association, the second leading cause of house fires is heating equipment, and two out of three heating equipment fires result from
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If you’re going to build an outdoor fireplace as a DIY project, there are a number of things to consider before you start clearing the area and buying materials. It’s important to take some time to think about the space you wish to create, how you will use it, and what materials to use. A little planning at the outset of your DIY project can save you headaches and regrets later.
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Wildfires are serious business – and so is protecting your home. Fire departments cannot individually respond to do a structural defense of every home in a threatened area. Because of resource limitations and logistical factors, they have to focus on the larger picture. Chances are very good that, in the event of a wildfire, your home will
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