4 Reasons to Buy a Bioethanol Fireplace 0
You might have heard of bioethanol fireplaces, or ventless fireplaces, before. But on the other hand you might be sitting there thinking what are they? And why do they seem to be getting more and more popular?
Simply put, a bioethanol fireplace is a more eco-friendly version of the traditional log and coal fire.
Bioethanol itself is a fuel produced from plants such as maize or sugar cane and is already used as an alternative to petrol. Because it is a waste product, you are actually usin...
Give Your Garden a Unique Twist with a Bioethanol Fireplace 0
Sitting outside under the stars is a lovely way to spend the long summer evenings. But as the chill draws in, you can end up retreating indoors to escape the cold.
Make the most of your garden and extend the amount of time you can spend out there by getting a bioethanol fireplace.
Fire pits and open fires have been common in back yards for decades but they are not safe for families with small children or even pets. An open fire needs constant supervision which can stop you relaxing and e...
Keep Your Home Warm Without Heating Up the Planet 0
Do you want all the benefits of an open log fire without the extensive maintenance of sweeping a chimney or the concerns about polluting the atmosphere? A wood fire is expensive to fuel and even more difficult to maintain.
A bio ethanol fireplace not only gives you the heat and ambiance of an open fire but it can be put into any space with minimal effort or disruption.
What is bio ethanol?
Bio ethanol is a renewable, easily available fuel source which can be even be used to power cars in...
How to Clean and Care for Your Ethanol Fireplace 0
Maybe you already have one, or perhaps you’re considering purchasing a bio-ethanol fireplace. Regardless, I’m sure you’re wondering about how to keep it clean and maintain your investment so it lasts for years to come. While it’s true that ethanol burners produce far less mess than that of traditional wood burning ones, they still require a little bit of cleaning to maintain their appearance and functionality.
Step One: Remove the Burner
Make sure the fireplace has been off and cool for quit...
9 Ways to Make Your Home Greener 0
With the way the world is moving and the direction we’re trying to take towards a greener, healthier, and smarter planet, it’s only common sense to do what you can around your home to make it more eco-friendly and energy efficient. Not only does it help cut down our carbon footprint, but it can also save you money. Win, win!
It’s 2016, if you’re not recycling in your home by now then you really should be. Find a place in your home to store a few plastic bins and recycle your glas...