A fireplace is a perfect way to heat your home. A wood-burning or gas fireplace will allow you to control how much heat is in your house depending on what time of year it is and whether everyone in the household has come down with a cold. Of course, having a high-end traditional fireplace may not be practical for every homeowner due to space constraints but there are several options available that still offer good heating capabilities if they are properly maintained which means regular cleaning and inspections by an expert. If you have just purchased one new then here are some tips on how to install it successfully so that you get the most out of this beautiful addition to any room.
– Have your fireplace installed by an expert. – Consider the size of the chimney and how it will affect drafts in that room. – Set up a regular maintenance schedule to clear out any creosote buildup inside of the flue, clean off soot on the walls, inspect all connections for damage. This can be done once per year if you use your fireplace frequently or perhaps every other year depending upon whether you only use it during certain seasons when there is less risk from sparks flying outside of the box itself. It’s important to note that having a professional come into take care of these things not only ensures that everything is working properly but also reduces fire hazards which could result in serious consequences especially when dealing with gas line hookups as well.