There's nothing like a real wood-burning fireplace in the chilly fall and winter months. The greatest pleasure is found in a fireplace's crackling sound and dancing flames. Fireplaces that burn wood are the real deal. However, unlike gas fireplaces, you have to pay for that great experience with routine upkeep.
If you have had your fireplace installation in Dubuque done already, remember to keep it in good condition with these maintenance tips.
1 - Clear the chimney: Wood-burning fireplaces produce great heat and smoke, in contrast to gas- and gel-powered fires. Creosote and other flammable particles are removed from your flue during a chimney cleaning. The ashes in the firebox are also cleaned, along with the chimney from top to bottom.
2 – Use quality firewood: The quality of your fireplace depends on the wood you burn in it. The interior of the fireplace becomes quickly dirty when the wrong kind of wood is burned, necessitating more frequent cleaning.
3 - Rebuild, repair, or beautify the mantel: If your fireplace's mantel has been there for a while, it may be deteriorating. Or perhaps you're just sick of it. Either way, you may create a brand-new fireplace mantel out of walnut stock or live-edge wood.
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About the company
All Seasons has been operating in the Tri-State region since 1985. They serve thousands of clientele, including local businesses and homeowners, and offer services such as installing and maintaining water heaters, fireplaces, heating and cooling equipment, assistance in Radon mitigation, etc.
Address: 798 Cedar Cross Rd, Dubuque, IA 52003
Phone: (563) 582-8884