Tag Archives: antique fireplace

Make Your Fireplace A Feature In Summer

It’s all well and good having a wonderful working fireplace in the winter months when you can light a fire and get cosy, but how do you make your antique fireplace stand out once the warmer weather arrives? Once you’ve cleared out the grate and disposed of all your ash from your winter fires, you […]


Making Your Fireplace The Focal Point

If you’re lucky enough to have a fireplace in your living room, you will no doubt want to make this a focal point of the space. But with big TV screens and other furniture, it can sometimes be hard to know how to create that impact and make the fireplace stand out.   There are […]


Homeowners Reminded Of Chimney Fire Dangers

Firefighters in Surrey have urged homeowners to be cautious when lighting fires in their hearths, and to be aware of the dangers of chimney fires.   The Surrey Mirror reported on the advice after a couple were forced to flee their home when one of their rooms filled with smoke.   Once they were outside […]


How Can You Open An Old Fireplace?

If you’ve recently bought a new property, or perhaps have been living in one with a boarded up fireplace for a while, and want to bring it back to life, there are a few things you’ll need to do.   Firstly, move as much furniture out of the room as possible, and cover everything you […]


Get Your House Ready For Winter Snap

The weather has been relatively mild so far this winter, but this is all set to change over the coming weeks. That is why experts have advised homeowners to begin to get their property winter-ready to protect it against weather damage.   As well as making good use of your antique fireplace and keeping your […]

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