HOW TO CLEAN A FIREPLACE
Cleaning your fireplace can be a messy job if not done correctly. The ashes left behind in your fireplace tend to be very fine, which can easily become airborne, potentially creating breathing hazards inside your house. Proper care is important to prevent struggling with the thick black build-up inside your fireplace, spreading ash throughout your living room and sending dust and soot throughout your home.
Additionally, if you don't have a top-sealing chimney damper on your chimney flue, there's a possibility of bird nests in your flue. This can result in a number of dangerous parasites and bacteria entering your home.
When in regular use, you should clean your wood-burning fireplace about once a week. Infrequent use should clean accordingly, once every month or two. Gas-burning fireplaces require annual cleaning.
How to Clean Wood-Burning Fireplaces
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