Home is Where the Gas Stove is
Ever wonder what makes a house feel more like home? It’s that warm, cozy feeling you get even on a cold winter’s night. This can only be achieved if you put a little extra love into your house. Some say it’s the furniture, some say the interior design, but regardless of all these features there’s one thing that just quite does the trick – a gas stove. They are both stylish and functional. They keep the house warm without sacrificing the charm and creativity you sought to portray in your living space. These newer versions still pay homage to the good old-fashioned wood stoves, but they offer more convenience with the same kind of elegance.
Today, many models of gas stoves are out in the market – with fancy remote controls and buttons as an added bonus. How do you ever figure out which one suits your house? The best thing to do is learn about them first. Check out Bart Fireside for the best kinds of gas stoves to see which one will suit your home.
Regardless of the type, gas stoves come in a variety of classical and sophisticated designs that are rooted in the traditional wood stove look. They are very handy because they don’t need any electricity – they use LP or natural gas instead – and operate during black outs to keep you warm on a stormy night. There are two types offered: the direct-vent stove or the vent-free stove.
Direct-vent gas stoves provide a clean burning environment and are odor free. They are efficient and can be installed anywhere in the house because air for ignition is drawn from outside. Some models can have doors that open to bring you ever closer to an archetypal woodstove.
Vent-free gas stoves provide instant heat output. However, its sleek design comes at a price; it is not free of odor from burning because air for combustion is drawn from the room. Because of this it is also not suitable for smaller and confined spaces such as bedrooms. The vent-free models offered at Bart Fireside have fixed mesh screens for added protection and practicality.
When choosing a gas stove, consider the basics: type, size, location, venting, features, style, installation, maintenance, fuel requirements and cost. If you think through all these things, you’ll soon have a nifty piece of functional décor to spruce up your place and truly make your house into a home.