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What are the features and advantages of Gas fireplace

Whenever we think of fireplace, the first thing that conjures up in our mind is that traditional wood fireplace leaving a sort of pleasant aroma around.  Nothing is more satisfying than sitting in front of a glowing fireplace with your family or heartthrob on a breezy winter evening.  With so much pleasure, the unparalleled wood fireplace comes at a cost.  It requires that you source adequate wood before hand, get them adequately dried for smoke-free operations and constantly monitor the fire, fluepipe and creosote buildup over time.

Gas fireplace seeks to eliminate most of these discomfitures.  Master Fireplace (https://masterfireplaces.in) is home to both types of these fireplaces and would not like to push our personal preferences over customer choice.  On the other hand, we would like to assist customers to get their own preferred fireplace installed in their homes.  Time and again in our articles and blogs, we have spelt out as to why the wood fireplace still remains the preferred choice for most customers.  But here let us see some of the advantages (and also features of modern gas fireplaces).   The following advantages of gas fireplace will help you choose between the two.  Read our blog “Safety Tips for Gas Fireplace” to know about the advantages of wood fireplace.

1. Simplicity

Gas fireplace are as simple as electric fireplaces venting out heat at the touch of a button.  Accurate temperature control, instant and effortless heating and zonal heating without messing up the place are the other advantages.  Now there is no need to worry about buying and storing different kinds of logs, drying them or felling of trees.  The ash-free and smoke-free gas fireplaces are easy to clean and maintain.

2. Cost effective

Gas fireplaces are energy efficient and inexpensive when compared to piling up stocks of logs.  It is also more suitable for zonal heating and therefore could save you big on your energy bills, as you need not heat the entire house (or room) for enjoying heat at a particular place/zone. All the fireplace models manufactured at Master Fireplaces are known for their stringent safety control.  Nevertheless, gas fireplaces notch up a few points above conventional fireplace in terms of safety.  Safety of gas fireplace is also enhanced by the fact that they leave no ash or creosote buildup behind.

3. Less maintenance and cleaning schedules

Due to production of ash, the wood fireplace requires emptying and cleaning of the hearth at frequent intervals.  The accumulation of creosote in the flue pipe and glass door also requires cleaning at regular intervals.  In many households, the fireplaces are used only during winter after being unattended for several days or months.  It would be prudent to check the hearth, flue pipe and chimney before operating the fireplace.  Some of the maintenance schedules and cleaning procedures are required for gas fireplaces too, but they are no more than a routine, customary checkup.

4. Design flexibility

Most households have piped supply of natural gas (CNG or LPG) obviating the need to store fuel.  Gas fireplaces can accommodate long flue pipes with any number of bends.  This offers the flexibility of positioning your fireplace virtually in any part of the house.

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