As the weather gets cooler, make sure your fireplace insert works as efficiently as possible! One of the best ways to do this is to make sure you have a high quality fireplace insert blower or fan. This will improve the air circulation and heat distribution greatly. So if you're looking for a way to improve the performance of your fireplace, consider the benefits of a fireplace insert with blower. Just remember that most fireplace insert blowers and fans are compatible with only particular models of fireplace inserts, so be sure to check your owner's manual. Check out the best selection at the lowest prices at eFireplaceStore!
I have an outdoor fireplace, but it doesn’t give off any heat. Do any of your blowers work in such a fireplace? Can I insert a blower in my fireplace so it will blow warm air out towards the seating area?
We do not offer any blowers that may be added to outdoor fireplaces.
My blower, when turned on, starts to turn and then stops and just hums. What should I do? Replace it or try to get it serviced?
I would recommend having it serviced first. One trick before you contact a service tech would be to try to blow out the blower chamber with a can of compressed air, as there may be a blockage causing the issue.
I was looking at your blowers, but I don't know what type of insert I have. I have no room underneath the fire place and I have a large metal tube in the middle of the top. I have a Lennox 3530CNM. Is there a blower I can use?
Do you have some kind of fan or blower to be used with a fireplace insert WHEN Electric power is down?
My daughter, in Rochester, NY, has an insert and had a winter power outage for 3 or 4 days. Although she had her insert running, little or no heated air was available to provide heat. I'm looking to help her solve this problem.
I live in Albany, NY. I have a gas log system and it is capable of heating very well since it is not enclosed like an insert.
Unfortunately, we do not offer any blowers that can operate in a power outage for an insert.