Wood Burning Fireplace Insert Blower - A fireplace glass door is installed on a fireplace to keep the area warm when the flames die down. Whether a wood-burning fireplace or a gas burning fireplace, warmth radiated to the room escapes. While the fireplace is burning brightly, mainly because of the heat from the flames that radiates to the room, one does not notice this.
When the fire begins to die down, the fireside becomes chilly rapidly as the heat escapes through the fireplace opening. To stop this from happening, a fireplace glass doors blocks the opening, from leaving the area, keeping the warm air.
Aside from keeping the warm air from escaping, the doors act to keep the fireside clean just as a fireplace screen I did so in the olden times. Using the doors closed, embers and ashes do not scatter about the room, maintaining the carpet or rug clean and scorch -free. The doors also have created in products that divert air to the base of the hearth.