Fireplaces without Chimneys

Today, many people are purchasing both gas and electric portable fireplaces. They eliminate the need for expensive installation and construction of chimneys and can be moved around like a piece of furniture.

If you want to save money and enjoy the portability of a ventless fireplace, you’ll really appreciate reading this book. And if you want to remain safe and healthy while using them, you absolutely need to read this book.

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Fireplaces without Chimneys

Many of the new electric fireplaces and ventless gas fireplace models are wonderfully designed and avoid the need and cost of chimneys. They can be moved around a home like a piece of furniture. Because of their portability, they also make a nice option for people who rent.

Some electric fireplaces look very authentic, and with many ventless gas fireplace models, it is difficult to tell the difference between them and real wood-burning fireplaces.

Some of the new electric fireplaces look incredible. Many electric models are infrared fireplaces that provide comfortable and efficient heating as well. A ventless gas fireplace can provide a smaller amount of heat but tend to look more authentic because they use gas canisters that produce real flames.

Like with most things, portable fireplaces have advantages and disadvantages. My motivation for writing this book was because I discover them being used unsafely and I’ve had clients that became sick from improper use of portable fireplaces. Ventless fireplace reviews are largely unhelpful because they do not take health issues into consideration.

This book contains photographs showing you the different model options and will explain their advantages and disadvantages. It also shows you photos of some of the consequences of improper use and will make you aware of potential safety and health issues.

If you are looking into wood-burning stoves, gas fireplace inserts, or wood-burning fireplaces, I encourage you to read How to Buy and Safely Use Woodstoves and Safe and Healthy Fireplaces. These books go in depth on both of these topics but are written in an understandable way for homeowners. They are both available here at IndoorAir.com. 

And do you like free books? Being that indoor air quality is so important to our health, I recommend getting your complimentary copy of 6 Steps to Healthy Indoor Air which is available as a free download here at IndoorAir.com.

Now let’s see what’s in Fireplaces without Chimneys:

Table of Contents

Why trust the author? 3
Preface 4
Sharing this book 9
Chimney-free fireplaces—the good and bad 10
Ventless fuel fireplaces 10
      Where you should and should not use them 12
      Health issues with ventless fuel fireplaces 13
      Property damage from microscopic soot 16
Electric fireplaces 20
      First-generation electric fireplaces 20
      Electrical wiring concerns 22
      Modern electric fireplaces 23
Break-in period and toxic fumes 24
Possible abandoned chimneys 25
      Chimney top sealing 26
      Ash door bottom sealing 27
      Firebox damper sealing 28
Safety concerns 29
Chimney-free fireplaces as a heat source 29
Helping others 30

 

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