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3 Fire Pit Party Ideas – Simple Outdoor Living

Entertaining your company in the comfort of your own yard has never been easier and planning your outdoor get-togethers around a fire pit is equal parts fun and rewarding. To get you started, we've put together a list of enjoyable activities to try out with friends. So prepare your patio furniture, string up some lights, and get ready to make memories.

Read More What Are the Rules of Cooking Over a Fire Pit?

There's no denying that there's something satisfyingly primal about the idea of cooking over an open fire pit. It makes feels like you could totally hold your own as an extreme camper or on a season of Survivor. Of course, you can cook over an open flame even if you're not living in the wild or competing for a cash prize.

Read More 5 Reasons You Should Never Clean Your Own Chimney

Home maintenance is never easy, and in some cases, it can be quite costly. Fortunately, there are some things homeowners can do themselves, such as tending to their landscaping and even painting their home’s exterior. Chimney cleaning is not a DIY job, though, and there are several good reasons for this. Here are five reasons why you should never clean your own chimney.

Read More Pellet Stove Buyer's Guide

Many people have discovered the benefits of pellet stoves. Perhaps you’re considering the myriad of reasons? Let us simplify it. One of the most prominent reasons people install pellet stoves is to reduce heating costs – especially in homes with central heat sources fueled by propane, fuel oil or electricity. You can calculate your approximate savings using this pellet fuel savings calculator. And there are other benefits as well...

Read More Monmouth County Wood Stove Tips: How to Start a Fire

While we are all looking forward to spring, we still have some chilly weather ahead of us here in Monmouth County. The Wood Stove & Fireplace Center has some useful tips on starting a fire in a wood stove to warm up your home during these last months of winter.

Read More Aging In Place With An Updated Fireplace

Today's seniors want to age safely at home. Staying in our homes is becoming a top priority as we age. According to an AARP study, 90 percent of Baby Boomers hope or plan to stay in their homes instead of moving to senior residences, nursing homes, or assisted living. Here are some handy tips to make that transition successful.

Read More This Bestselling Fireplace Delivers on Air Quality

Novus by Heatilator is the most sold gas fireplace in the industry. In fact, thousands of owners have a Novus installed in their homes each year...

Read More Wood, Pellet Or Gas? How To Determine Which Stove Is Best For Your Needs

The Wood Stove & Fireplace Center Of Monmouth County Provides Its Customers Tips When Choosing Between A Wood, Pellet Or Gas Stove

Read More Preparing Your Fireplace For The Season

Whether you have a wood-burning or gas fireplace, it is important to properly prepare it for the fall and winter seasons to ensure both the fireplace's functionality and your safety. Accidents involving fireplaces can be a major cause of home fires, but most of these fires can be prevented.

Read More Backyard Fire Pits

Don’t get burnt with the wrong fire pit for your family. You can choose from a variety of styles, sizes and materials, but your choices should be based on your space and budget. New to the ’hood? Be sure to check out your local ordinances to prevent any unnecessary visits from law officials. The Wood Stove & Fireplace Center encourages its customers to take the right precautions prior to lighting the flame!

Read More Fireplace Designs for Summer

It’s likely you are going to want your fireplace design to match the look and feel of the rest of your home. The various looks described will help guide you so your fireplace is a perfect match (no pun intended). Consider the size and dimensions for your new log burner.

Read More Frequently Asked Questions About Wood-Burning Appliances and Wood Smoke

Learn all about the selection, installation and replacement of wood burning appliances: stoves, fireplaces, fireplace inserts, fuel options and accessories. View the most frequently asked questions and answers from the experts so you can make an educated and informed choice.

Read More Hottest Outdoor Trends

As more homeowners seek to bring the indoors to the outdoors, fireplaces and fire pits are becoming an even hotter commodity — literally and figuratively. Fire pits are one of the biggest trends in 2017 for homeowners wanting to upgrade their outdoor living spaces. Fire features such as fireplaces and fire pits not only add ambiance to an outdoor space but also provide heat and light, allowing you to use your deck later into the evening and into the year.

Read More Electrical Fireplace Advantage

What image do you think of when someone says "electric fireplace"? The cheesy one with fake-looking flames your grandma had next to the rocking chair in her living room? Think again! Electric fireplaces have come a long way since those days.

Read More Know All About Fireplace Safety

Fireplaces and other hearth products are beautiful, functional additions to any home, but they can pose a risk when not used and attended to with proper vigilance. Learn more about the importance of fireplace safety and the steps you can take to ensure safe fireplace operation in your home.

Read More Using Your Fireplace During A Power Outage

Few things can make you appreciate the convenience of modern living like losing power. With the severe winter weather expected to hit much of the East coast this week, losing power – and subsequently, heat -- may be a very real concern.

Read More Science Settles The Charcoal Vs. Gas Grilling Debate

WINTER IS FINALLY beginning to thaw into spring in some parts of the country, which means it will soon be time to start grilling outside. And this brings back the age-old argument over which type of grill is best to cook your steaks, hamburgers, chicken, salmon or eggplant: charcoal or gas.

Read More No Fireplace Add One To Your Home

So you may not be lighting up a roaring fire anytime soon, but that doesn't mean you have to ignore your fireplace until fall. As the heat draws you indoors for the summer,

Read More High-Efficiency Fireplace for Your Home

The classic fireplace, with a blazing fire open to the room, is a traditional symbol of comfort and security. Many people include a fireplace among their "must have" features when planning for their dream home. On a more practical level, an open fireplace is notoriously inefficient as a means of heating a room. Its appetite for air, to keep smoke from the fire going up the chimney instead of out into the room, is what causes the inefficiency.

Read More Choosing Wood Burning Appliances

When choosing your wood burning appliance, consider efficiency, emissions, and the size of the space you'll be heating. The cleanest wood-burning appliances are marked with EPA-certified and EPA-qualified labels. Your local hearth retailer can help you make the best choice and provide you with options to suit your needs and budget.

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