Wood Fireplaces – Elegance® 36
The Ambiance Elegance® Wood Fireplaces are the best there is. The Elegance® 36 offers an exclusive combination of aesthetics and technology. For instance, Soapstone has no equal for heat management. It absorbs 15% more heat than firebrick and radiates heat 5 times more than firebrick. This increased efficiency is also the most beautiful to look at inside the firebox. It feels and looks rich!
EPA certified at 1.7g/hr with an automatic variable air control system.
This fireplace is among the safest and easiest to operate.
You have 4 options for looks:
OPTIONAL HEAT MANAGEMENT EQUIPMENT
The Elegance® 36 Wood Fireplace produces heat in a generous way! You may want to take advantage of it by sending heat to other parts of your home. There are three options.
The Forced Air Kit forces heat to travel to another room, further away from the fireplace. It requires electricity to work. This powerful fan can even push heat down to a basement. This is the most efficient way to use the heat generated by your fireplace. It comes with a manual variable speed control knob.
Interest Articles About Fireplaces
There are a few reasons for considering removing a fireplace. Can it be done? How practical would it be to do so? Is it expensive? Are there any cost effective alternatives? Let’s try to help you determine if removing a fireplace is a project you should be contemplating.
You burn wood in a fireplace, stove or insert. And you want to use the best wood you can for keeping your family comfortable. Different wood species are found in different areas of the country. Everyone knows that hardwoods are best for burning, right? Or . . . . are they?
There are many homeowners who choose to clean their own chimneys. You burn wood and know the importance of cleaning the chimney. But how often should I clean it?
This is a good question and one that deserves discussion and planning. Lots of people are installing big screen TV’s above their fireplace. It’s a great use of space, but will the TV be damaged if the fireplace in operating? Is there anything that can be done to protect the TV? If you’re building or remodeling, are there techniques that can be incorporated into the project to shield the TV from heat?
If you burn wood in a fireplace, you know the damper should be open before you get a fire going. But is halfway open good enough? Less heat will be lost up the chimney, right?