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Gas fireplaces, like wood-burning fireplaces, gather dirt and debris over time. This can cause them to burn inefficiently, accumulate flammable materials, and even develop hazardous leaks.
Even though gas fireplaces and stoves are low-maintenance, they should be inspected regularly by registered gas log professionals. Licensed fireplace experts are trained to detect problems such as venting cracks or obstructions, corrosion, and firebox damage, all of which can start a fire.
Our qualified gas log service inspectors will inspect and clean all components of your gas fireplace, including the vent and the glass pane.
The cost of your annual gas fireplace inspection will vary depending on the type and condition of your unit and how it is vented. Because gas fireplaces do not produce additional soot or creosote, annual inspections and cleaning are usually less expensive than wood fireplaces.
What You Should Do:
The instruction manual for your gas fireplace explains how to use your gas unit and what you need to do to maintain it for it to run reliably. Knowing your duties now could help you save time and money later.
If you can’t find your gas log manual, go to your fireplace website online and get a copy. Check out the helpful gas fireplace service and maintenance videos if you’re unsure how to accomplish one of the maintenance activities recommended in your fireplace manual.
You should keep potentially flammable and combustible things such as dog toys, children’s dolls, and paper at least 3 feet away from fireplaces. A fireplace safety screen or glass safety barrier is an intelligent approach to keeping children and pets safe.
When was the last time you double-checked the operation of your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors? Each year, it’s critical to examine the functionality of each sensor and, if necessary, replace the batteries.
Carbon monoxide is odorless and colorless, and it’s essential to understand the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning, including dizziness, weakness, confusion, blurred vision, and migraine.
The best method to minimize accidental fires and carbon monoxide poisoning is to have your quality-crafted gas fireplace installed and inspected by a certified gas log service contractor and use your gas log fireplace according to the instructions in your fireplace manual.
Smoke alert is the most qualified, licensed gas fireplace service contractor in the region, call today!
Each year, replace the batteries in your gas log fireplace receiver while replacing the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. In the event of a power outage, a gas fireplace receiver is a battery-powered backup power supply that can light your gas fireplace with the push of a button.
Use a gas fireplace or gas insert with a receiver to keep your fireplace running normally throughout the storm season. If your fireplace has a remote control, remember to update the batteries in your remote!
Smoke Alert Fire Safety values your family’s sense of security and safety. Every repair requirement is unique, and correctly resolving gas fireplace issues necessitates an inspection by an experienced gas log professional. Call us if you’re having problems with your gas log fireplace.
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