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Greener Heating With Style

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At this point, almost every man woman and child across the globe is aware of the fact that there’s a lot of pollution in our air and it’s not good for us. While it’s a great thing that more and more people are starting to become environmentally aware, we’re all missing something – pollution isn’t necessarily just outdoors. Yes, just like there’s smoke polluting the air outside of your home, there might be certain things making the air inside go bad as well.

There can be many factors effecting indoor pollution but a traditional wood burning fireplace or stove is definitely one of them. Think about all the smoke, ash and soot burning wood produces and ask yourself if you still think your air is as clean and healthy as you initially thought. Fret not though, his doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to stop using wood burning heaters in your room; you can enjoy sitting by a more environmentally friendlier fire from a bio ethanol fireplace instead.

You can check out Bio Ethanol Fires For You to find out about all the different kinds of bio ethanol fireplaces you could have for your place and yes, you can have more than one where ever you like. They’re gorgeous and ridiculously easy to install as well. These fireplaces use bio ethanol as their fuel; for those who don’t know, this fuel is a renewable fuel that’s produced from sources such as sugar canes and even potatoes. The bio ethanol flame leaves behind no ashes or produces any smoke but it does produce a steady amount of heating, which can keep you warm on the coldest of winter days without filling your air with any harmful pollutants at all.