If you’re in the process of updating your fireplace this summer in advance of cooler Fall temperatures, then we have a few tips for you when shopping for new fireplace doors.
Do you have a fireplace? Do you have doors on it?
Because if you don’t, even if you have never used your fireplace, you are increasing your energy bills by 14% every single month! So if you pay a $250 dollar electric and power bill, $35 dollars every month is being wasted. That’s a yearly expenditure of $420 bucks!
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!
Glass Doors for fireplaces were invented as a convenience to stop the drafts that come down a chimney after a fire goes out. They have evolved into a functional decorative accessory for any home or room. The good news is that they are fairly simple DIY project and only take about 30 minutes or so to install.
OK – you are looking to replace a broken pane in your fireplace glass doors. The big question is will the cost with your labor be a better deal than just getting a new set of glass doors? If you decide to just replace the pane of glass, will it match the other panes of glass or will it stand out like a sore thumb?