7 Important Wood Burning Stove Safety Tips

Written by Amberglow on June 16, 2016
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Although Summer is upon us… We all know there is nothing comfier than relaxing around a bright, warm fire with your family on a cold winter night. Many people love wood burning stoves for their excellent heat that keep their houses warm without increasing their heating bills. These stoves can also help you sell your home faster and at a significantly higher value. However, to continue enjoying the benefits of wood heat, there are certain preventative measures you must take

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Cleaning a Fireplace In The Summer

Written by Amberglow on May 13, 2016
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The majority of us forget about the fireplace as soon as the summer has arrived, but watch out, you will not want any unpleasant surprise when the hot sunny days are gone and the winter has come. During the summer, when the fireplace is not used, is always a good idea to check the status of the fireplace, for safety or to prevent performing reparation tasks during the cold season when it is needed and the conditions make harder the

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How to Extend the Life of a Wood Stove

Written by Amberglow on January 19, 2016
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Buying a wood stove for your household is not a small investment considering the cost of the stove along with the venting materials required. It is essential that you know the steps needed to make that investment last as long as achievable. There are easy things that can be done to extend the life of your wood stove as well as keep it warming your home for a lot of years to come. In this article we are going to

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Why You Should Have a Fireplace this Winter

Written by Amberglow on January 5, 2016
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In as much as you decorate your home for this winter season, you should also consider having a fireplace to help you warm yourself and your loved ones during the sometimes freezing moments of the otherwise joyous season. A fireplace is no doubt a favourite amenity that you should not only consider during the winter season, but also when buying your home.