Published at Saturday, September 15th, 2018 - 21:41:22 PM. Fireplace. By Chiara Bleich.
For instance, a homeowner decides to build a marble mantle seven feet wide and four feet high. The budget takes into account the marble tile to finish the design and the firebox, structural materials to build the fireplace and labor. Most people do not look at a chimney and think "Wow, that is a great looking chimney" so we do not always account for the ventilation when we design our perfect outdoor accent. The ventilation cannot be skipped just because there is plenty of ventilation outdoors. The proper flue will "pull" the fumes and smoke up and away from the fireplace. Without the vent gas fumes will flow from the front of the fireplace and the area usually reserved for sitting in front of the fire will be hot and smelly. The homeowner contacts a contractor who explains the chimney, flue and roof termination will double the budget.
One of the obvious reasons is that there is no need to clean a fireplace when an electric fireplace insert is used. After all, there is no burning wood and there are no ashes or embers. Of course, in addition to the cleaning required for a traditional fireplace there is also a need for purchasing firewood and other items. Of course, with an electric fireplace insert there is no need to shell out money for these additional, ancillary items. As such, electric fireplace inserts can prove to be very cost effective. So, there is no reason to ignore the value of electric fireplace inserts if you already own a traditional fireplace.
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