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Each year thousands of Americans are injured while preparing food on backyard barbecue pits, gas grills and outdoor stoves.
See how these homeowners upgraded their fireplaces by refacing or remodeling. Granite, stacked stone and travertine tiles are popular options.
One highly rated provider explains the commonly overlooked causes for chimney leaks and how to diagnose them.
Carbon monoxide poisoning could be leading to flu-like symptoms for you and your family.
Highly rated experts recommend inspections to keep wood burning fireplaces in proper working order.
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.
Now that the weather is turning cold, many homeowners may be ready to light up their fireplaces.
There's nothing better than an evening by the fire, but have you ever wondered what's hiding in your chimney?
Do you want gas or charcoal? Does size really matter? What type of stainless steel grill is best? Find answers to these questions to choose the right grill.
Among outdoor grilling fans, no rivalry burns hotter.
Constructing and supervising your fire pit correctly can make it a safe and dramatic feature of your yard.
You should always opt for vented gas logs over ventless gas logs in a vented fireplace
If you're using a gas fireplace, here's how to maintain it for worry-free use.
Want to update your fireplace? Try something new like a hanging fireplace pod or a glass cutout fireplace.
Because they can’t all be Bert from “Mary Poppins”
A fireplace used to make home values hot, but desire is cooling off
Use a handful of chimney maintenance tips to ensure your fireplace is always in tip-top shape.
You can remove a fireplace without removing the chimney, as long as the chimney has proper support
Ventless fireplaces have ignited a debate among homeowners who worry about the risk of carbon monoxide exposure
Charlotte-area business says homeowners should consider the look, heat, efficiency in deciding to convert to gas logs.