Question about Heating & Cooling
All of the new gas fireplaces have oxygen sensers on them that will cut them off if they deplete the oxygen in the room...
No matter how big the room is you wan to make sure that you crack a window open when running the fire...this will keep enough O2 in the room....
I always reccomend getting a digital read out CO (carbon monoxide) detector also... this will protect you in case something happens and the flame goes bad and starts to give off the unseen and odorless CO that will just put you to sleep...forever...
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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