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Fireplace Blowers and Fans

You may not be operating your fireplace or heater at its greatest capacity if you don't have the proper Fireplace Blower or Fan in place. These easy additions to many heating appliance create effective, efficient distribution of heated air to make air circulation better and to more evenly heat almost any room. Many different types of fireplaces from all sorts of manufacturers have the capacity to accommodate this useful accessory, so pick out the Fireplace Blower or Fan designed for your model and enjoy the consistent heat and air distribution it can provide for your home.
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By Lisa from Texas on February 11, 2013
We had an outdoor fireplace built. We didn't realize until after the project was complete that the "hole" to the damper was too small for the large opening at the front. Is there something that I can purchase to help draw the smoke out?
By Collin on February 12, 2013

Answer:
A chimney draft fan could be installed to create an artificial draft. The size of the fan would be determined by the dimensions of the chimney flue. Another option would be to use a metal smoke shelf to make the opening of the fireplace smaller.

By Michael Cheng from Centreville, VA on December 31, 2012
Can a blower be added to a gas fireplace?
By Customer Service on December 31, 2012

Answer:
Most models do allow for a later installation of a blower. However, in some cases this can be a hassle. To avoid potential costly re-framing expenses, it is recommended to get the blower with the fireplace at the time of purchase.

By Gary from Patrick, SC on January 7, 2013
I want to put a blower on my gas log fireplace but can't find the brand name of the unit, will most blowers work?
By Chris on January 7, 2013

Answer:
The blowers that we offer are designed to work with specific fireplaces. You may try locating the data plate of your fireplace just above the brick liners closest to the front of the unit behind the mesh screen,