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Cerastone fireplace damage to mantle piece after decorating,tryed to remove dryed emulsion paint caused two damaged areas thus spoiling the shelf is there any firms in county durham dl15 that can repair it for us.

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Electric fireplace or wood burning fireplace. Which is better ?


Source: The Good And Bad Of Electric Fireplaces
You are able to save money by using electric fireplaces because they are significantly cheaper and more efficient to run. As opposed to turning on the heat for the entire home, you only have to actively heat one area although this is the same case for traditional fireplaces. Still, using an electric fireplace eliminates the need for buying wood, starting and maintaining a flame, and cleaning/servicing a fireplace with a chimney. Moreover, you are able to use an electric fireplace for an extended period of time. Wood-burning stoves are limited by the supply of wood. Gas burning fireplaces don't have that restriction, but require costly installment and creation of gas-line access. A foundational benefit of electric fireplaces is not causing any harmful particle emissions, which are a major side-product of traditional fireplaces, and one of the causes of their degradation.
How To Care For An Electric Fireplace


electric-fireplace-luqhqtew4twq4g4srgxhyj11-3-0.jpg Given the clear advantages that electric fireplaces have over traditional fireplaces, even die-hard fireplace lovers can justify making the switch to electric. Still, it is important to be apprised of the precautions and maintenance requirements before committing to a purchase. The most likely "repair" will be to change out bulbs as they die, typically about every two years. Models with LED bulbs will likely never need replacement. If you have a fireplace with conventional bulbs, replacing them is simple and straightforward. It is done by unplugging the fireplace, allowing it to completely cool if it was in use, and then accessing the rear panel of the unit. The panel can be unscrewed easily with a screwdriver. With the back panel removed, you should look for the bulb housing. This may differ from model to model, so consult the user guide before continuing (making sure to note what type of bulb is required). When you have the replacement, remove the old, and replace it with the new bulb. Some fireplaces require halogen bulbs which should not be handled by hand as this could compromise the longevity and quality of the bulb, in which case you should wear gloves to handle the bulb. With the new bulb in, you can screw back the rear panela and use the fireplace normally.

Electric fireplaces contain fans that are instrumental in providing heat to the room. The fan, as well as the other components, are usually pre-lubricated. However, if the fan is halting or not moving smoothly, it may indicate that cleaning is required. As with any other maintenance, make sure the unit is turned off and unplugged. You can use your vacuum's brush and wand attachments to clean the fan. Begin by taking off the grate and lightly cleaning to remove dust and grime. When finished, you can retrace with the wand attachment to pick up any remaining dirt. Replace the grate when you're finished.

The exterior mantle requires nothing more than occasional dusting and wiping. You should avoid the use of harsh chemical sprays, and instead, opt for mild soapy water and a lint-free cloth. Cleaning the glass display and mantle will make a big difference in the appearance of the unit. Be sure to dry the unit completely to avoid streaks and water marks.

Jun 21, 2017 | Home

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How to put the mantel and flue parts back on in the fireplace


Fireplace and Chimney Parts: Diagram and Anatomy

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Nov 30, 2011 - A chimney is made up of up to 22 parts. ... Mantle - Also known asmantel piece or mantel shelf, this piece of hardware is more than a .... I have an old Blaze King Fireplace Insert that was purchased back in the mid 1980's.

How to install a wood burning fireplace insert - Hearth.com

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A Heatform is a metal firebox which is built into a full masonry chimney. ... The distance to the adjacent wood trim and the mantle. ... All the way back in the fireplace, or out on the hearth? ... Rockford Chimney Supply - We are the best source forChimney liners and Stainless steel chimney liner kits to install your insert or ...

Dec 20, 2015 | Heating & Cooling

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How to remove grease splashes from emulsion painted wall


Basically you can't without affecting the Paint underneath ((
If only light splashes then a conventional kitchen cleaner will do BUT only put the cleaner on the cloth, work a small area at a time.
After doing getting it off and allowing it to dry, then use a lint free cloth, soaked in warm water to "scrub" paint from surrounding areas into damaged area but not too hard otherwise will go through the paint levels. Then allow to dry naturally ))

Nov 05, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Suggest me ideas to Change the look of my Room.


The best option is to paint the room and properly arrange the all objects. You can use the decorative items in the room, it will help in improving the room decor. Get here more room decorating ideas: http://www.fenesta.com/interior-design/rooms.html

Dec 19, 2013 | Scotch 600 Film Tape,upvc,clear,3/4 In. X...

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I stupidly applied second coat of matt emulsion paint to interior wall above a radiator whilst radiator was still warm. Paint went thick and difficult to spread, and dried almost immediately. This left an...


My thought would be to hide it if you can with a reflective piece of polished stainless or aluminum to reflect the heat. I have run into your problem and no easy solution.

May 04, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a valve on the wall with a Hearthmaster key. In the fireplace is a long tube with slits cut every 5". Is this a gas fireplace or what?


From what you described, it sounds like a homemade gas log lighter for a masonry, wood burning fireplace. The Key in the wall is to turn the gas on and off. With that said, no it's not a gas fireplace per se. It's used to light firewood. However, if you don't want to burn wood (with all the fuss, muss & dust. You may be able to install a 99.9% efficient, Vent-free Gas Log Set, by using the existing gas line.

However, it's not a case of one size fits all. You will need to know the following concerning the interior of your firebox: Width, Height, Depth (from the center of the opening to the rear wall of the firebox, on the floor of the firebox) and the Width at the back. And the final dimension (if you have a wood mantle) The distance from the top of the opening of the firebox to the bottom of the mantle shelf. If it's less than 18", Code requires a heat deflector hood to be installed to the top of the opening of the firebox, to direct the heat down and away from the mantle.

Generally speaking, I do not recommend this as a DIY project, If you decide to pursue this, contact a professional in your area that sells and installs Vent-free Gas Log Sets. That way, you'll be able to determine which BTU Output is suitable for your application. They're usually in the Yellow Pages under Fireplaces.

Two pieces of advice:

1. When it comes to BTU Output more is not better. Gas is a warm moist heat, that you'll feel very quickly and it's very comfortable. You actually can do more with less.

2. Avoid Ceramic Fiber Logs. They are very fragile and do not hold heat and radiate it back into the room. Stick with Refractory Concrete Logs. They are heavy and very durable. They get hot hold heat and radiate back into to the room, even after the burner is turned off.

Everything I have told you is based on by 15 years in the hearth business.

Feb 02, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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Painter has left small line of white vinyl matt emulsion (from ceiling -no masking tape used ) along the top left hand edge of the new stainless steel cooker hood - out of eye line but visible. how can I...


Luckily, vinyl matt emulsion paint is water based and is fairly easy to remove. Use half a wooden garden washing line peg or similar piece of softwood with s mild solution of washing up liquid. The wood will rub the paint off the metalwork and the washing liqid will lubricate without the metalwork so not to damage it.
Hope this helps.

Nov 25, 2010 | Microwave Ovens

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I want to mount my 42" LCD TV above the fireplace mantle. Will the heat from the fireplace damage the TV. How far should it be recessed?


it's not a good idea to mount any tv above a fireplace mantle. Anytype of excessive heat added to the tv besides what it generates itself can cause distortion and loss of use in the tv by saudering or melting of connections that you cant see. If in doubt, is there a place where youve seen a tv mounted above the fireplace mantle, and ask them about any issues they may have come across, or are they also restricted to keeping the fire very low.

Aug 24, 2009 | Sony Bravia KDL-46V4100 46 in. LCD HDTV

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Paint damaged in side microwave oven


1) How is the cavity damaged? Is it just peeling paint, or is it rust? If it's rust then the microwave could be dangerous.

2) The antenna cap usually has a small hole in the centre, but if there are any other holes in it the magnetron itself could be damaged, and holes caused by the magnetrin arcing.

Mar 25, 2009 | Sharp R-820B Convection/Microwave Oven

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I'm trying to hang my flatscreen tv above fireplace and need help


Wendy,
When attaching your wall mount to the brick you should use a metal lag shield designed for masonry. These can be found at the local hardware store but i would carry the mounting bracket with you so that you can ensure that you get the appropriate size of fastener that will pass through the bracket. As far as the heat goes, it really depends on the amount of heat the system will be subject to. Some fireplaces are more for decoration and produce very little heat above the mantle area. Others that have blowers on them or are left with the doors open genrate considerable heat.
I would not advise the mounting of the tv above the fireplace in my professional opinion. The cooler you can keep electronics - to a point- will greatly increase the service life of the appliance.I hope this is of assistance to you and thanks for using Fix Ya. Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.
Jim

Nov 13, 2008 | Sony BRAVIA KDL-46S2000 46 in. LCD HDTV

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