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A gas fireplace eliminates all the soot lining your home that’s associated with burning wood logs, as well as the creosote that develops inside your chimney, one of the leading causes for chimney fires. It also eliminates the debris of dirt, bark, and sawdust from log piles inside and outside your home.
Wood burning fireplaces are lovely, but they can be a lot of work. Between buying and stacking the logs, hauling them inside on chilly nights, waiting for damp logs to dry out, constantly cleaning all the messy debris from logs and ashes, and that’s not even saying anything about building and maintaining the fire yet! Let’s be honest, unless you have a boy scout merit badge in campfire building, some days it seems like that fire is never going to take off. And just when it gets to that perfect state with the
Gas fireplaces are more economical to install than a wood-burning fireplace. Besides the cost and effort of buying and storing firewood each year, gas is typically inexpensive and is more efficient per BTU. It also burns much cleaner than traditional wood, producing fewer emissions. Gas fireplaces also significantly reduce the risk of chimney fires.