Fire Place : Safety and Maintanence

Fire Place : Safety and Maintanence

  Just like you would have your air ducts cleaned and air conditioner or water heater repaired or inspected, your fireplace also needs some attention and care from a professional to make sure it’s working properly and most importantly, safely, for you and your family to enjoy any time of the year.     Gas Fireplace Maintenance and Safety Tips   A gas fireplace can be a very attractive, ambience enhancing and useful addition to your home and while they are certainly more low maintenance compared to a wood burning fireplace, they do require a proper inspection and cleaning at least once a year to ensure it is operating safely and efficiently.   Gas fire places have the advantage of burning cleaner than traditional fireplaces and don’t produce the kind of smoke, soot and ash debris as the wood-burning kind. That being said, it’s particularly important that you get a trained profession to do a regular inspection of your gas fireplace for a number of reasons. For instance, a white film that can appear on the glass enclosure of your fireplace isn’t dust build up, it can actually be a sign of improper combustion which happens when there is an improper ratio of gas to air being burned. The usual culprit for that is none other than dirty gas burners inside the fireplace.   A professional analysis will also include a multi-point inspection test that will cover off things like checking the ignition and ventilation systems, surveying the log set and adding embers if they are needed. A properly trained inspector can also answer any questions you may have...
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