Ventless Propane Fireplace

Kerosene Heater Safety

Natural Gas Fireplace Insert Buying Tips

Pellet Stove Vent Basics

Repairing a Natural Gas Line to a BBQ

Setting Up and Using a Halogen Heater

The Benefits of Direct Vent Gas Fireplaces

Troubleshooting Halogen Heaters

Vent Damper Installation

What Is a Gas Fireplace Thermocouple?

What Is a Ventless Propane Fireplace?

Installing a Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Insert



Steam Furnace Maintenance

A steam furnace utilizes a boiler to produce steam; it is composed of several parts. The furnace is the part of the steam furnace that produces the heat; it does this by burning fuel such as oil or natural gas. The boiler utilizes the heat produced by the furnace to convert water to steam. The steam produced by a steam boiler furnace... read more >>

Selecting Portable Heaters for Different Spaces

Find the right kind of portable heater to ensure that your home is protected against cold. A portable heater is a convenient and simple way to warm a room. These devices do not have a complex mechanism and are easy to maintain. The portable heater is also easily moved from room to room, meaning that one heater can be used to warm... read more >>

Setting Up and Using a Halogen Heater

A halogen heater is an efficient alternative to the traditional space heater because halogen heaters do not omit hazardous fumes. They can also be connected to an electrical power socket and run on electricity, like other heaters, even though they do not depend on gas. In addition, because halogen heaters do not produce poisonous fumes... read more >>

Should You Buy an Electric or Propane Outdoor Fireplace?

If you plan to purchase a new electric or a propane outdoor fireplace, there are several aspects you should look at. These two machines will have different benefits that may or may not be right for you and learning about those things will help you make the right decision in which fireplace to purchase.

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Small Vented and Unvented Combustion Space Heaters

Space heaters are typically used when the main heating system is inadequate or too costly to install or operate. In some cases, small space heaters can be less expensive to use if you only want to heat a small part of a building. Space heater capacities generally range between 10,000 Btu to 40,000 Btu per hour. Common fuels... read more >>