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Need Advice Service for Gas Fireplace

Discussion in 'Homeowners Corner' started by Sesame, Dec 6, 2010.

  1. Sesame

    Sesame New Member

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    Where can I call to find someone to come out and service our gas fireplace? I clipped an add for Amazing Flame this summer and naturally forgot to call and now they are booked till mid January. Awesome.

    Thanks! :)
     
  2. afgm

    afgm Ashburn Farm Resident

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    Search the forum on this subject. I lot has been discussed.
     
  3. DanAngie

    DanAngie New Member

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    Dynamic Plumbing, Heating and AC at 703-421-5322. They also advertise in the HOA newsletter. Website is www.dynamicnow.com.
     
  4. Sesame

    Sesame New Member

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    thanks!
     
  5. Brassy

    Brassy Hiyah

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    We've lived in our house 7 and a blip years. only serviced it once. guy that did it said it's not necessary to do this every year for gas fireplaces.
     
  6. Sesame

    Sesame New Member

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    thanks - our issue is that its flickering on and off so something is askew!
     
  7. afgm

    afgm Ashburn Farm Resident

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    Must likely dust. Turn it off and use a can of air on it. Spray out the holes and dust off the main parts.
     
  8. Sesame

    Sesame New Member

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    so, (warning, dumb question but i have two small children and they have eaten my brain) - there's a glass front on this - i use the air spray where?

    and, thanks!
     
  9. mdfiji

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    Eternal Flame out of Winchester worked on ours and good prices!
     
  10. PDILLM

    PDILLM Well-Known Member

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    I have a follow on question!

    Our gas fireplace looks nice and all, but our old house had a blower on the fireplace that actually took the heat that we enkoy looking at and blew it into the room. Has anyone done this? Wasn't sure if this was an option the original owners didn't get or was an expensive retrofit. Thanks!
     
  11. afgm

    afgm Ashburn Farm Resident

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    You'll need to open or remove the glass front. Then use the air on the little wholes that the flames come out of and around the entire appliance. You might have to remove some of the fake rocks to get to it, but they can easily be placed back. Just remember were they go.

     
  12. Sesame

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    thanks again!
     

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