Fireplace Safety Services, Mountain Man Fireplace and Chimney, and All-Ways Warm Stove and Chimney provide wood-burning fireplace installation services. MIG Building Systems also provides wood-burning fireplace installat... More »

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The process of building a fireplace involves selecting a location, cutting a hole in the existing wall, constructing the surrounding structure and either constructing a chimney or installing electric or gas lines for non... More »

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Convert a wood burning fireplace to gas by installing a gas insert. Install the required gas lines, electrical wires and vents required for the unit. Finish the project by installing the surrounds to trim out the insert. More »

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Convert a wood burning fireplace to gas by installing a gas insert. Install the required gas lines, electrical wires and vents required for the unit. Finish the project by installing the surrounds to trim out the insert. More »

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Fireplace inserts don't make homes safer, but they can prevent burning material from exiting the structure, potentially preventing fires. If they're installed incorrectly, however, they can pose safety risks. More »

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Fireplace coal is available for sale from companies such as Lazzari Fuel Company in Brisbane, California, and Buck Ice and Coal Company in Columbus, Georgia, as of 2015. Both companies sell 50-pound bags of bituminous co... More »

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Fireplace inserts improve efficiency by creating an airtight combustion chamber that allows the user to control the amount of oxygen that reaches the fuel. The typical open fireplace removes 300 cubic feet of air from th... More »

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