Can Gel Fuel be used in a gas fireplace?

Answer Gel Fuel, designed for fireplaces, is an alcohol-based, non-toxic and smokeless fuel that can burn anywhere from two to three hours per canister. While it isn't necessary for gas fireplaces, it can... Read More »

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Can fireplace crystals be used in a wood-burning fireplace?

On One Hand: Fireplace Crystals Work With GasAccording to Firecrystals, fireplace crystals are made to "permanently replace the burning of wood or use of fake logs in open vented, natural gas and p... Read More »

How to Line a Gel Fuel Fireplace?

If you have a gel fuel fireplace, then you may be wondering what you can do to line the fireplace in order to add to the design aesthetic of your room. Because you are working with a flammable gel,... Read More »

What Is the Fan Used for in a Fireplace?

Many modern fireplaces have fans or blowers attached. They can be either built into ducting inside the fireplace itself or attached to a series of metal pipes inside the fireplace box. These pipes ... Read More »

What is used in front of a fireplace?

To reduce the chance of fire from materials rolling out of the fireplace, the floor in front of the fireplace should be a non-combustible material, such as brick, stone, concrete, slate, etc.