Before winter sets upon us we are considering repairing or cleaning the chimneys, or at least looking at all that needs to be done to have a safe fireplace. A lot of people who don’t have a fireplace are considering whether they should add one, whether the cost of construction might be worth it considering the ever present increases on heating costs.

This article will please people who are thinking that the cost of repairs to a fireplace or chimney are too expensive, people who think they would like a fireplace but do not want the construction costs or mess, and people who live in apartments without a fireplace and would like one. I am going to look a little closer at ethanol fireplaces.

There is a lot of information online about bio-ethanol fireplaces but much of it is in a jungle of information with large disparities of prices ranging from less than a hundred dollars to several thousands. This article proposes to resume the information you need to make an intelligent decision about buying an ethanol fireplace. Far from being exhaustive this article is intended to compile the most important facts about what is available on the market.

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