Electric Fireplace Log Set
How many times have you used your fireplace in the last year? Is it just too much trouble to haul wood in for your wood burning unit? You may have beautiful gas logs, but if all you can think about while in front of the fire is the dollar bills flying up your chimney then it may be time for a change! And for that change, more often than not, the Premium Electric Log set by Dimplex is the perfect solution.
The weather is starting to break and temperatures are on the rise. You’re torn because it’s getting too warm to enjoy your fireplace, and yet you love the relaxing quality of watching the dancing flames flicker in a dimly lit room. If this is you, and you don’t have an Electric Fireplace in your home, then perhaps it’s time you joined the masses and considered it.
This post focuses on two major types of electric fireplace designs, electric fireplace inserts and wall mounted electric fireplaces. It will compare both the benefits of these units along with some of their drawbacks in the hopes of providing consumers with a better understanding of these units and which type may be best suited to fit their interior design and installation goals. To begin, it is important to differentiate the three subcategories of electric fireplace inserts that exist on the market today.
When consumers decide to replace old fireplace inserts the process can sometimes seem complicated and arduous. Fortunately for consumers his post will layout some simple instruction that can make replacing a fireplace insert a very painless process. The first step is recognizing the appropriate category of unit that you need. For most consumers who are looking to replace electric fireplace inserts this will mean searching in the plug-in electric fireplace category. This is the category where consumers can find units designed to slide directly into per-existing mantel packages. The other category that consumers may need to search through is the built-in electric fireplace category. This category includes fireplace inserts that are designed to be recessed into a wall. Regardless of which type of unit you are looking for there are several key steps consumers can take which will help simplify the process of replacing their insert.
For many consumers considering an electric fireplace, confusion can arise when researching the various types of fireplaces availiable. Built-in electric fireplaces are suitable for both new construction and retro-fit applications and fireplace inserts can be permanently built in and hard wired within a wall as well as plugged into an existing socket.
Electric fireplaces are beginning to take the heating industry by storm but many consumers have been left wondering about how these units work and why they are becoming so popular. This list is intended to answer some basic questions about electric fireplaces and how they work so that consumers can make informed decisions about electric heat.
Create a strong focal point through enhancing a fireplace by inserting an electric fireplace into the firebox.
Avoid using an extension cord with an electric fireplace.