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Electric fireplaces come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles. Some are more contemporary and hang on a wall, while others sit on the floor and require a surround or mantle to properly finish the unit. Popular options such as the colours of glass or types of rocks for the “burner tray” allow electric fireplaces to be customized to better fit with your decor or personal preferences.

Electric fireplaces can be a good alternative for a home or room which only requires supplemental heating but where it is not possible or economical to vent a gas or wood unit. A majority of the electric units require little to no secondary construction and come fully operational straight from the manufacturer. Many times someone who is renting a home and is not able to engage in adaptations or structural changes to the living space can still enjoy the heat and ambiance of a fireplace but without changing any of the original integrity of that home. Installation can typically be completed by the homeowner offering the opportunity to save money on any installation work. Electric fireplaces often have very little (sometimes zero) clearances to combustible materials, so there is a wider range of opportunities to add an electric fireplace to a room which has limited space by utilizing any inside wall, vent free!

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Ask the Experts

Should I leave my pilot light running when I am not using the stove/fireplace?

During the fall and winter months when the fireplace is most in demand, even though electronic ignition systems allow for the turn off/on of the pilot with ease, in our climate it can be very risky to let the unit sit stagnant in regards to cold weather and increased moisture which enter through the fresh air portion of the venting at all times. Don't forget, without your pilot light the inside of your unit is the same temperature as the outside! Over exposure to these temperatures can cause the pilot to seize and fail when you really need it the most.