Can I Cover up a Gas Fire If I Leave Air Vents?

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Gas fires should not be covered up even if the air vents are kept open. This is to ensure that nothing at all goes wrong. The gas fire should also be kept free from dust. If the gas fire is not in use, it may be possible to cover it. Contact a professional for more information.
Q&A Related to "Can I Cover up a Gas Fire If I Leave Air Vents"
fire needs oxygen to burn. in a gas fire you need an air vent to start because once you've used up all the air surrounding where it's burning; its shape doesn't let it get more air,
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You should leave it open. I agree with the ventilation thingy. And you need to know all about chimney and related stuff. It's very essential for you to know about all such stuff.
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