As nights get shorter and cooler, we’re drawn to our fireplace for warmth and companionship just like generations of people since our ancestors learned to create fires. Back then, as the fire died people threw another log on. But now, when our gas logs start to blacken we raise our eyebrows. What’s going on? Is that supposed to happen?
No. Gas logs are not supposed to get soot on them. If you’re noticing blackening on your logs, ask yourself these trouble-shooting questions.
Gas fireplaces can be an efficient and attractive part of your home, but for optimal safety and efficiency, ensure the proper maintenance. As with any gas appliance, the safest bet if you have any questions is to contact a professional at Metro Garage Doors.
In Atlanta, Metro Garage Doors is the perfect choice for your gas fireplace maintenance. Their knowledgeable staff will inspect and clean your logs and ports and make sure you’re set for a relaxing, worry-free evening around the fire. Contact us today to explore our products and services.