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Renee Bachelet Fireplace August 04, 2018 01:01:39
Wall mount, freestanding electric stoves and corner electric fireplaces can each seamlessly blend in to an existing room`s decor, as each come in various styles and sizes. Small electric fireplaces in a traditional style with rollers, commonly referred to as Amish fireplaces, are yet another option to consider. These are totally portable, so they can be moved from room to room if desired. No matter which type of fireplace, all types can be plugged into standard outlets, and can be operated with or without the heater for year-round usage. Over the past year or so, people have begun seeking smaller homes once again. Many singles, couples, and small families don`t feel the need for a lot of space, and enjoy their smaller, cozier homes. However, many people in the past have felt that they had to sacrifice having a fireplace for keeping their small home. There are several types of electric fireplaces that offer the look and feel of a real fireplace, and fit easily into smaller spaces.
Gas fireplace inserts utilize natural gas or liquid propane as the fuel source and consist of a gas log set installed into a steel or cast iron stove and are usually sealed on the front with glass. Most gas inserts have fans or blowers that automatically circulate the heat. Gas inserts are available with remote controls, wall switches or wall-mounted thermostats. Wood-burning fireplace inserts use firewood as the fuel source. Wood inserts come with fans or blowers that automatically circulate the heat. Wood burning inserts would typically include an operable glass door in the front to allow for loading of firewood and flame viewing. Wood inserts vary in size of flame viewing area (the bigger the better) and maximum log length that can be inserted into the stove for burning. Pellet fireplace inserts use wood pellets or other types of pellets (corn based, soy based, etc.) as the fuel source. Pellet fireplace inserts come with fans or blowers that automatically circulate the heat.