Here, we present you picture Vent Free Fireplaces that you can use to warming your rooms.
In the past, fireplaces were always made with a chimney that provided an escape for the carbon monoxide and other toxins that are produced when burning wood or gas. These types of fireplaces are called vented fireplaces. Though vented fireplaces are still very popular, a new option is available. These options are called vent free fireplaces.
There are some things to consider before opting for vent free fireplaces, however.
Some carbon monoxide and other chemicals will still be released into the air inside the home. Though these levels have been determined to be safe, some people are more sensitive to gases and toxins and might find they are intolerant to even the low levels of fumes produced and suffer eye, nose, and throat irritation. A guide should be consulted for the specific vent free fireplace purchased to determine the amount of fresh air required in the home to be used for combustion on all the appliances combined.
Vent Free Fireplaces are designed to burn a very clean, very hot flame that results in fewer chemicals released into the air that will be breathed in by anyone near the fireplace. This is a safe and economical alternative for people who do not already have a fireplace and chimney built into the home. Not only is a vent free fireplace an economical purchase for those without a chimney, it is an efficient method of heating even for those who currently use a vented fireplace.
To be safe, all homes should have carbon monoxide detectors installed. If there is a question as to whether or not enough fresh air is available, a window may be opened, or a permanent hole may be cut in a wall to provide adequate air for combustion without irritation. Vent Free Fireplaces should be installed by professionals who can assure home owners that adequate air is available in the home.