A fireplace is a brick, stone or metal structure designed to contain a fire.
Fireplaces are used for the relaxing atmosphere they create and for the heating of a room. Modern fireplaces vary in terms of heat efficiency, depending on the design.
Historically they have been used to heat a home, cooking and heating water for laundry and domestic uses. A fire is contained in a fireplace or other chimney allows the drain to escape. A fireplace can have the following: a foundation, a heart , a hearth , a fireplace ; a chimney crane (used in the kitchen and laundry fireplaces), a grill, an lintel , an architrave bar, a shutter , a smoke chamber, the throat, and a chimney.
Outside v' is often a brick wreath, in which the protruding brick courses act as dripping course to keep the rainwater flowing along the outer walls. A hood, hood, or ring serves to keep rainwater off outside the fireplace; Some chimneys have a parascintille embedded in the crown or motifs.Latest arrivals