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So you can relax to that oh-so-nice crackling sound
Don’t forget the chimney when spring cleaning each year
What to ask to get a fireplace that lasts
Stay warm this season by choosing a cool fireplace
Even if the weather outside isn’t so frightful, your fireplace will always be delightful
Hear that? It’s the calming crackle of a safe fireplace.
So your budget doesn’t go up in flames
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Fire up your fireplace's style by making it a year-round focal point of your bedroom
If your fireplace looks outdated, consider a new fireplace design to brighten up your home.
Yes, you can have a fireplace without a chimney in your home—as long as you choose the right type
Question by ray rob: how much would it cost to tear down and rebuild a 18ft chimney? chimney has pulled away from the house by about 3 inches and is in need of several brick that fell out
Compare fireplace and mantel refinishing options and materials for different design styles.
Hire a chimney sweep for an inspection and cleaning at least once every 12 months, preferably before lighting the first fire of the year
Chimney scammers often target new homeowners and the elderly, or anyone unwilling to climb on top of the roof.
Before lighting the first fire of the season, check to ensure your outdoor fireplace is working properly.
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Keeping your fireplace clean and maintained will help you reduce the risk of fire and save on energy costs. Get tips on hiring a chimney sweep.
See how these homeowners upgraded their fireplaces by refacing or remodeling. Granite, stacked stone and travertine tiles are popular options.
By paying yearly attention to your chimney crown to catch issues early, you can save yourself costly chimney repairs and extend the life of your chimney.
There's nothing better than an evening by the fire, but have you ever wondered what's hiding in your chimney?
Highly rated experts recommend inspections to keep wood burning fireplaces in proper working order.