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History Lesson Number One!

The lesson today concerns Heat and very topical since winter and cold air has arrived in several states and people will be getting logs and turning the fireplace on to worm homes. Speaking of fireplaces you might be interested in knowing that the electric fireplace was devised in 1912 and made a comeback in popularity in the 1950s. In case you missed the memo techniques for what is called electric "flame effects" have just been around since 1981; then commercial electric fireplace techniques were released in 1988. Fireplaces are great, especially if your home is in a region that many months has cold winter weather. No doubt about it, folks, nothing is far better than being able to toss some dry logs in to your fireplace and feel the heat.

Advantages and Pitfalls Of An Electric Fireplace


Likely, the best Advantages an electric fireplace has over the typical traditional fireplace are:

* You do not have a chimney To clean

* You do not have to cut a Bunch of logs and pay money for them, then find a dry place to store logs

* Electric fireplaces are Usually mobile

* Electric fireplaces are More economical, safer to use and more suitable

* You eliminate Maintenance that's required when you've got a traditional fireplace.


* Electric fireplaces may Never be exposed to inclement weather (think outside)

* Electric fireplaces are Not as realistic as the real flames out of a true wood or gas fireplace

* Are not as efficient as The real fireplace concerning producing heat and will cost more to buy

Note: Electric fireplaces Are lightweight for easy movement that is something you can not do with a real fireplace. You might be concerned about the amount of heat produced by this Type of fireplace, although for many people, heat would not be a issue. As seen on [ electric fireplace shop].