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All About Proper Ash Removal

All About Proper Ash Removal

When you have a wood-burning fireplace or stove, it is a fact of life that you will always have ashy remains after a fire. However, not everyone knows how to properly remove ashes. At Bart Fireside, our customers repeatedly ask us questions concerning proper ash removal. As the fall season and its cooler temperatures approach, […]

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Fire Pit Safety

Fire Pit Safety

If you love your fireplace and dread the end of the colder months because you won’t be able to enjoy the aura it creates until late next fall at the earliest, fear not. There is an alternative. Fire pits have become increasingly popular in recent years—they’re the #1 requested backyard design feature according to the […]

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The Right Accessories

The Right Accessories

How the Right Fireplace Accessories Can Make Your Life Easier You’ve got the warm and beautiful fireplace you always wanted. Now you just need the tools to make it easier to maintain and enjoy. Funnily enough, we find that many of our customers in and around Columbia, South Carolina, end up using various odds and […]

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Maintaining Your Prefabricated Fireplace

Maintaining Your Prefabricated Fireplace

Optimize Safety & Efficiency In any home with a chimney, there is either a masonry fireplace or a prefabricated fireplace. The difference is that a prefabricated fireplace is built in a factory and intended to be assembled in the home. Here are Bart Fireside, we offer many models that are also energy -efficiency. Homeowners believe […]

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Fire Up the Grill Safely

Fire Up the Grill Safely

Entertaining Safely Outdoors Every fall people start firing up the grills and smokers for tailgate parties across the United States. For most this is a time to relax and unwind but for the host it might not be such a picnic (no pun intended). There can be a lot of considerations when you are responsible […]

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