Having your chimney swept and your fireplace inspected are activities that many associate as being necessities for wood-burning fireplaces. But if you have a gas fireplace in your home, you need to make sure to have it inspected as well.
Lately we have discussed electric fireplaces vs. wood burning fireplaces, and why electric fireplaces are a nice choice for people who rent, and don’t have their own fireplace but still want to enjoy the ambiance of a fire.
Ahhh….there’s nothing better than the relaxing warm glow from a fireplace at the end of a long day. The flames calm and comfort you no matter how stressed out you are.
I’m always a little sorry for people who don’t have a fireplace in their home, especially when they live in an area with super cold winters. But there’s hope! I ran across this blog post recently on the Heat&Glo website, www.heatnglo.com, and I thought I’d share it with you. The writer did a fantastic job of spelling out why installing a gas fireplace in your home is a great idea.
“According to the National Center for Real Estate Research, fireplaces can increase the value of your home by 6 to 12%!”-Heat&Glo Blog
Check out the Heat&Glo blog to learn all of the “Top 10” reasons why you should consider adding a gas fireplace to your home. Enjoy!