Do creasote fireplace logs work?

Answer On One Hand: Creosote Logs Are Safe for Home UseThe Chimney Safety Institute of America accepts and certifies creosote sweeping fireplace logs when used in the home as part of a comprehensive chimn... Read More »

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Do creosote cleaning logs for the fireplace work?

On One Hand: Reduces Chimney Build-upCreosote logs, also known as chimney sweeping logs, allow you to go longer between chimney-sweepings. The logs include a chemical that reacts to the creosote in... Read More »

How do I replace gas fireplace logs?

Remove the Old Log SetShut off the gas to the fireplace, and remove the artificial logs. Take out the grate, and remove the old gas line and the old burner. Clean out the firebox.New Installation a... Read More »

Are fireplace logs better than hardwood?

On One Hand: Nothing Matches a Hot, Crackling FireFor many, words like "cozy" and "hearth" are synonymous with a hot, crackling fire. No wax fireplace log, no matter how well made, is going to look... Read More »

When were gas fireplace logs invented?

Robert H. Peterson, an engineer, invented gas fireplace logs in 1947. This invention was started as a way to keep fireplace logs stoked and burning for longer amounts of time.References:Core77: Rea... Read More »