Enjoy The Warmth Of Your Fires

In the freezing winters of Canada, every family craves for a warm and snug living room, where one can have a nice hot cup of chocolate and enjoy the snow. In the 17th n 18th century, it was the fine masonry masterpiece fireplaces which gave warmth. Those fireplaces are today being replaced by new modern ones. The new fireplace can also bring a cozy, decorative element to a corner, as they are available in many colors and styles. The old world charm is still there, only technology is catching up with them.
The general fireplace has a firepit, a chimney and an exhaust. The fire is contained in a firebox or firepit; the chimney or other flue directs gas and particulate exhaust to escape. Types of fireplaces include Masonry (brick or stone) fireplaces and chimneys or manufactured (“prefab”) fireplaces with sheet metal fire boxes. Prefabricated fireplaces are popular because of their lower construction cost and some considered them to be safer and more reliable. Brick or stone fireplaces can be designed to meet exact specifications for opening size, depth, and facing material. The open brick or stone fireplaces can cost more to build and usually require regular cleaning or maintenance.