Prevent Soot From Gas Logs
The change of season is coming and that means getting our fireplaces in shape. For some of us that means cleaning the lint and dust off our gas logs that have collected over the past months. This is a great idea as they may become much more dirty than we would expect. Not only can airborne debris from our animals, an open door or window or natural dust in the air land on our logs and build up but when the logs are burning it creates a natural draft because of the demand for oxygen and creates a magnet for these debris. They slowly clog the fresh air intake port making the flame week and yellow instead of blue eventually leading to the pilot not staying lit.