Winter brings festivals and holidays. Everything looks amazing when blanketed by the snow. However, in peak winters, chills and less than 0-degree temperature don’t let people go outside and they have to stay at home. It leads to depression and anxiety. So, this winter keep warm your home by the flame of Kingsman fireplaces! Get to know about the various types of fireplaces as well as various assembly solutions.
Types of Fireplaces & Stoves
- Electric Fireplace
The appearances of wood-burning fireplaces have been replaced by electric fireplaces. In this fireplace, the heat is produced by heating coils and it is distributed uniformly by a fan.
- Fuel Fireplace
As fuel burning doesn’t produce any smoke, so these fireplaces don’t need ventilation. This is a great option for condo residents!
- Electric Stove
Create a traditional sensation with modern convenience. When your home is heated via electric coils, electric stoves offer a rustic look.
- Pellet Stove
Pellet stove is a more traditional heating source that can create a rustic charm in your space. They are supplied with pellets and must be regularly cleaned.
Room Placement Options
- Built-In Insert
In existing cabinets or fireplaces, built-in fireplaces can be installed. It comes in hardwired or plug-in styles and is the best solution for those who wish to make a wood-burning fireplace into a gas fireplace.
- TV Stand
TV-stand or media centers are placed lower to the floor, after that freestanding fireplace is placed adjoining to the storage and cabinet areas, and a flat top is set for your TV screen.
These fireplaces are commonly used in outdoor spaces like patios. It is usually an attractive point to get together.
- Wall Mounted
Wall-mounted fireplaces are ideal for both indoor and outdoor spaces. The fireplace may be attached to a chimney and often comes with an extra mantel.
Freestanding fireplaces look like typical fireplaces and are available in several different shapes, sizes, and materials. This can be connected to a wall or totally can place independently.
Mantles lie over your fireplace directly. They not only give the illusion of a typical fireplace but also provide a perfect space for storage. Only electric or gas fireplaces can fit into the mantles.
- Fireplace Tools
There are a lot of resources required to keep your fireplace working smoothly, ranging from gel fuel to fireplace.
- Chimney Pipe
For wood-burning stoves, a chimney pipe is required and can be mounted in the ventilation system of your home.
Burning hardwood pellets heat pellets. They come in various aromas and are usually used in pellet grills during the summertime.