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Get Ready for the Season: Proper Maintenance on Hearth Appliances

As the season approaches and you begin preparing your home for the cold, the same can be said of your hearth appliance. Investing some time to properly maintain it before beginning daily usage is important to ensure it performs safely and efficiently. Additionally, occasional and ongoing maintenance is needed to keep them working properly so please review the below safety tips, precautions and instructions for safe operation and comfort:


Gas-Burning Appliances:

Review and follow the instructions for the proper use and maintenance of your Xtrordinair gas-burning appliance provided during purchase, or download the operator’s manual for your specific unit below: (GS stands for GreenSmart).

Safety is a responsibility with your gas-burning appliance, so below are additional online resources with common safety precautions for gas-burning appliances.

Click here for gas safety precautions

Lastly, educate your family with this fire safety information to ensure warmth and comfort. For additional information on overall hearth product safety, visit the Hearth, Patio and Barbeque Association safety information page: www.hpba.org/safety-information.


Wood-Burning Appliances:

Review and follow the instructions for the proper use and maintenance of your Xtrordinair wood-burning appliance provided during purchase, or download the operator’s manual for your specific unit below:

Safety is a responsibility with your wood-burning appliance, so below is a document filled with common safety precautions for wood-burning appliances.

Click here for wood safety precautions

The Hearth, Patio and Barbeque Association have created on online resource titled: "Responsible Wood Burning" filled with videos, fact sheets and FAQs about wood-burning appliances.

HPBA’s Responsible Wood Burning site: www.hpba.org/consumers/hearth/responsible-wood-burning

Lastly, educate your family with this fire safety information to ensure warmth and comfort. For additional information on overall hearth product safety, visit the Hearth, Patio and Barbeque Association safety information page: www.hpba.org/safety-information.

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