Patrice Bonnaud Fireplace August 04, 2018 00:59:42
Renters are usually prohibited from making extreme structural changes to their apartments or condos. For this reason, electric fireplaces are the ideal solution for renters looking to add the heat or ambiance of a fireplace to their home. A fireplace that runs on electricity doesn`t require venting, chimneys, or the structural changes that would come with installing a traditional or gas fireplace. Corner electric fireplaces simply plug in to standard outlets. Plus, they are much safer and cleaner than wood-burning or gas fireplaces. Electricity-based fireplaces are a way for people to have a fireplace in their small space, and not lose their security deposit. There are no ashes, soot nor risk of sparks flying out and ruining the carpet. Fireplaces that run on electricity can heat a room up to 400 square feet, and are very cost-efficient. They are a great source of supplemental heat in the winter, and can be run without the heater for warmth and ambiance all year round. Those who live in a smaller space don`t have to go without a fireplace any longer - smaller and corner electric fireplaces are the perfect space-saving solution for any small living space.
An alternative to using a fireplace brush to get the rest of the ash out would be to use a vacuum. Make sure you use a vacuum that has a good filter on it, as ash has very tiny particles. Ash vacuums are specially designed with extra fine filters, so this would be a great option. It is not as messy as sweeping up all that ash, either! Another advantage to using ash vacuums is that you do not have to wait until your ashes and embers are completely cooled before vacuuming them up. Make sure you carefully read all labels and instructions on your specific ash vacuum. If you really want to do a deep cleaning, you can use a damp rag and wipe down the walls and floor of your firebox. This is completely optional and only for those who like that "white glove" test. The next step is to clean those well-used fireplace tools and fireplace grate. Black soot and resin can easily build up on your tools and can make them unsightly and grungy-looking. Here are a few simple steps to help bring back their original luster and shine.