Skip the Pollution, Ethanol Fireplaces Are the Solution
People love fireplaces, and for good reason. They provide warmth, sure, but they do a lot more than that, too. Fireplaces help create the atmosphere. They set the mood, and if they are done right they look great in the home. They can add to the appeal, as well as to the home’s value. But not all fireplaces are created equal, and the kind you have may help determine the air quality in your home.
It’s been known for years that traditional wood-burning fireplaces can be detrimental to indoor air quality. In other words, they create a lot of pollution, especially when it comes to putting fine particle pollution (ash) into the air. Much of it you can’t even see, but it still enters your lungs and can lead to long tissue or respiratory problems. The good news is there is a solution, and it’s one millions of people around the world have been turning to in recent years.
Ethanol fireplaces are the answer to the pollution problem. They are environmentally friendly and do not create indoor air pollution. They are easy to install and take care of, and burn simply on liquid ethanol fuel, which is readily found in many grocery and convenience stores, as well as gas stations. The fuel is biodegradable in water, and its emissions consist of steam, water, and carbon dioxide (what humans exhale).
Replacing a wood-burning fireplace with an ethanol one is simple, which is why so many people around, from New York to Miami, and from Paris to Perth, are making the switch to Bio Flame ethanol fireplaces. They can increase their home’s value, keep warm, add ambiance, and reduce indoor air pollution all at the same time. That’s a solution that just can’t be beat!
About The Bio Flame
Since 2007 The Bio Flame has been creating unique, eco-friendly, ethanol fireplaces. Bio Flame designers and engineers have continued to set the highest standards of bio ethanol burning fireplaces in the industry with custom designs and record breaking innovations. The Bio Flame has gained great popularity amongst homebuilders, hotels/resorts and designers.
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