Winter is not over yet and the fire continues to be the star of an interior full of charm and appeal. With the approach of winter, after a day spent talking with clients, a fireplace is ideal for spending a relaxing evening. We begin a discussion of how it works and how it should be done by a fireplace.
The combustion is not perfect due to the formation of carbon monoxide (CO), a very toxic gas which tends to decrease with increasing thermal efficiency and disappear as the combustion tends to be complete, so it is necessary to provide an input Additional air (called secondary).
The air, combining with the carbon monoxide produced by the primary combustion, generating a second flame ignites more vibrant with extremely high temperatures and smoke more transparent, this technique called afterburner reduces toxic gases released into the environment, increases the thermal efficiency and provides an economic and energy savings.
Floors and shelves that complete it can become decorative elements themselves, as well as tools to accommodate the fire, furniture and decorative objects.
Even in classical or rustic, simple and minimal fireplace does not fail to give a touch of personality and energy. Item immediately associated with a feeling of comfort, a fireplace can give a statement of quality and elegance that characterizes the environment in which it is made.
The fireplace, in its most modern is capable of becoming the focal point of a room, either on or off is at the core perspective of great power. Indeed, in some cases, contemporary design and functional changes in the chimney piece of furniture perfectly integrated, which acts as a catalyst of the gaze.
Indeed, in some cases, contemporary design and functional changes in the chimney piece of furniture perfectly integrated, which acts as a catalyst of the gaze.
Even reworked support for the TV, can lead to a steel plate recessed below a chimney really minimal.