A fireplace is a natural focal point of a living area and hanging televisions, family portraits or other artwork above the mantle is common in homes today. While it makes for a great visual, it is important to keep in mind that heat (and soot if you have a wood burning unit) from the fireplace can damage anything hanging above it—particularly sensitive electronics and artwork.
Winter is coming and the time for hot soups and warm fires is drawing near. Whether you already own a fireplace or you’re looking into getting one, there are some important things to consider before firing up. Fireplace maintenance is often neglected and leads to thousands of fires each year.
Fire pits have become a popular backyard trend recently. They’re beautiful, functional, fit just about any space and people love gathering around captivating dancing flames.
There was a time when fireplaces were common features in every home. If your modern home lacks one of these beautiful and functional features, it doesn’t mean you have to go without. Whether you’re looking for gas, electric, wood-burning or custom, there are many fireplace options on the market today that can fit just about any need, space, budget, and design aesthetic.
If you want your home to stand out as the popular get-together spot in the neighborhood this summer, a Primo Ceramic Grill should be on your list of outdoor patio accessories. While others struggle to grill their meats and veggies at the same time, you’ll have the precision and timing down to an art, thanks to the grill’s two-zone cooking capabilities. You’ll no longer have to choose between serving cold or charred veggies with your perfectly grilled meats.
Grilling food in the summer is an American pastime, on par with baseball, apple pie, and getting Popsicle juice all over your shirt. So this month, let’s celebrate the grill and its place in Americana by getting creative and thinking outside-the-dome.