Is a bio-fireplace safe?
A modern bio-fireplace is an interesting alternative everywhere the installation of a traditional fireplace is not possible. This is particularly true of blocks of flats. This modern interior fireplace has got a lot of advantages, yet is it safe? Below you will find the answer to this question. Its greatest asset is its possibility to be installed anywhere a traditional fireplace with a water jacket insert or a cast-iron fireplace cannot be mounted. A bio-fireplace will not only heat our room but it will also complement our living space in a very original way.
Is every bio-fireplace safe?
A bio-fireplace does not emit any dangerous fumes and it is easy on the eye. The fuel used to heat this type of a fireplace is combusted almost 100%. The combustion residues are composed solely of water vapour and trace amounts of carbon dioxide. However, it is recommended to ventilate the space with a bio-fireplace on a regular basis.
A bio-fireplace can be left on all night, without any fear something can catch fire. Additionally, owing to modern technological solutions applied, there is no need for a chimney.
A bio-fireplace construction adds to its safety. Firstly, fireplaces are made of high quality materials, which guarantee that the biofuel is blocked in case the fireplace tilts or kneels over. These are flameproof and wear-proof materials, owing to which a bio-fireplace can serve us for many years. Moreover, we do not have to worry about the uncontrolled spreading of flames, because biofuel is transported through ducts.
A modern bio-fireplace is a fully safe solution recommended to every interior. So, if we cannot afford a traditional fireplace chimney installation, why not opt for equally functional and decorative alternative, in other words for a bio-fireplace.