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Natural Gas Fireplace Operational Safety Tips

Following are few tips and tricks to operate your natural gas fireplace safely:


  • NEVER leave your natural gas fireplace unattended when operational
  • Keep children away from natural gas fireplace. Children can be severely injured.
  • Read and follow manufacturer instruction carefully when trying to turn on natural gas fireplace for the first time. Operational instructions are located under the fireplaces gas valve.
  • Never try to light your natural gas fireplace with BBQ lighter or matches.
  • If your natural gas fireplace fails to turn on call your local Heating Contractor for assistance.
  • If you happen to smell natural gas in the vicinity of the fireplace, turn off the quick "Shut Off Valve" to the fireplace and call Enbridge®  Gas Distribution or your local Heating Contractor.
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