Electric fireplaces are a good option for supplemental heating. Compared to traditional wood-burning fireplaces, they emit none of the smoke byproducts that can be harmful to respiratory health, and require much less cleaning. And unlike gas fireplaces, they require no gas lines and eliminate the danger of gas leaks.
An electric fireplace surround gives the unit a traditional classic look, enabling it to blend better into the room. In this article, we discuss electric fireplace surround ideas to give your fireplace a seamless homey look.
Gas fireplaces are a great supplemental heating choice in the winter. They require none of the intensive cleaning of wood-burning fireplaces, and eliminate smoke byproducts that can be harmful to health.
A gas fireplace mantel allows the unit to blend tastefully with the room and evoke the look of a traditional fireplace with none of the risks and cleaning hassle.
If part of your garage is a workshop or hobby space, you want it to stay warm and cozy no matter what time of the year it is. However, that’s easier said than done, since insulating the whole space is expensive. At the same time, piping in heat from the home’s central heating is not cost-effective, for a space you don’t occupy all the time.
This is where propane garage heaters come in.
In this guide, we discuss what propane heaters are, their pros and cons over electric and natural gas heaters, and how to choose the right one for your garage.
The garage is one of the few areas of the house that is not as well-insulated as the rest of the interior. Garage heating may be important if you have a workshop, storage space, or simply want a more comfortable environment when getting into and out of your vehicle.
In this article, we explore natural gas garage heaters, and what to look for when choosing one for your garage.
Casement windows are a nice touch for any home, especially in kitchens and bathrooms. However, for rooms lacking traditional windows, it can be a challenge to cool them with a regular window air conditioner.