Add Warmth To Your Home With A Propane Fireplace
The holidays are fast approaching. It’s the time of year to enjoy the coziness that surrounds us, and that means we need to make our home just as cozy as the holidays make us feel. A propane fireplace is a great way to add extra warmth and ambience to your home. Not only is it clean and safe, but it’s also an efficient way to heat your home.
With more of us staying home more than usual these days, it’s a good idea to consider a propane fireplace. Whether you already have a fireplace, or want to upgrade your fireplace, fueling it with propane is the way to go. So go grab a peppermint hot mocha or maybe a warm cup of tea while we run down a few of the advantages of a propane fireplace.
When it comes to the convenience of propane fireplaces as an alternative to wood burning or electric fireplaces, there’s no competition. Not only do propane fireplaces give you instant heat at your fingertips, but you can control the flame intensity and heat output from the comfort of your own couch. Additionally, a propane fireplace will give off more heat and reach a larger area of your home than it’s heating counterparts.
No need to stick your hand near an open flame or worry about the risk of backdraft with a propane fireplace. You can also eliminate smoke and soot that release harmful particles and can cause health problems - especially to those who suffer from asthma, allergies or other breathing problems.
Unlike wood fireplaces, propane fireplaces don't require hauling wood or the constant need to add logs to keep a fire going. Not to mention, worrying about the messy cleanup of ash and soot after every use.
Burning wood may smell good, but it’s not good for you or the environment. In fact, a wood-burning fireplace can produce 4,000% more emissions than a propane unit. While an electric fireplace is powered through coal or nuclear power which is not helping keep the planet clean either. When you opt for a propane fireplace you also benefit from its environmental friendliness.
No matter how you decide to add warmth and coziness to your home this season, you can find a little more peace of mind knowing your home and appliances run on a safer and more efficient fuel. Contact us today about using propane for your house heating needs.