Store Your Grill The Right Way

Do not fret if you are the type of person who does not prefer to grill year-round. This is the time, however, to get your grill all packed away & safe for the winter season before it’s too late & it’s covered in our St. Louis snow & ice. If you’re able to store it […]

By |November 17th, 2014|Forshaw Blog, Gas, Gas Grills, Grilling, Outdoor Kitchen|Comments Off on Store Your Grill The Right Way

Keep Your Gas Grill Clean for Years of Hassle-Free Cooking

The sound of lilting laughter, the clink of ice cubes and the scent of roasting meat wafting through the neighborhood – it’s grilling season. Are you ready?

If so, take off the cover and bust out the wire brush, because before you put another shrimp on that Barbie, it could probably use a little scrub down. […]

By |July 15th, 2014|Forshaw Blog, Gas, Gas Grills, Outdoor Kitchen|Comments Off on Keep Your Gas Grill Clean for Years of Hassle-Free Cooking

Residential Furniture

All Hail the Home

They say a home is your castle, and be it ever so humble (or not) there’s really no place like it. For most of us, home is where we want to be. Yeah, sure, a luxury vacation to a far-off resort is, well, excellent, but why not live a little larger every […]

By |April 25th, 2014|All, Fireplace Gallery, Fireplaces, Forshaw Blog, Furniture, Gas, Gas Grills, Grilling, Home Decor, Outdoor Kitchen, Outdoor Living, Patio Furniture|Comments Off on Residential Furniture

Gensun Casual Launches New Gas Firepits

Gensun Casual outdoor furniture is celebrated for its comfort, sophistication and durability. Now the relaxation can last long into the night with the introduction of our new gas powered firepits.

A mark of true craftsmanship, the new firepits have been created using the Paradise solid cast-aluminum design, promising long-lasting performance and an irresistible inviting glow.

Each beautiful […]

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Before Firing Up…

Before Firing Up…

Originally Posted by Heat & Glo
Gas fireplaces are a wonderful addition to any home. They offer convenience, warmth and comfort at the flip of a switch or remote control. Because they are so reliable and easy, sometimes we tend to overlook them when it comes to things that aren’t as fun, like general […]

By |October 23rd, 2012|Fireplaces, Forshaw Blog, Gas, Gas Fireplaces, Gas Logs, Mantels|0 Comments

LIGHTING THE PILOT ON VENTED GAS LOG SETS

**THESE SUGGESTIONS APPLY ONLY TO PRODUCTS SOLD BY US. DUE TO THE WIDE VARIETY OF GAS DEVICES ON THE MARKET, WE CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT THESE SUGGESTIONS WILL APPLY TO YOUR SITUATION. IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING PROBLEMS WITH YOUR GAS APPLIANCE, PLEASE CONTACT THE COMPANY THAT SOLD IT TO YOU.**

LIGHTING THE PILOT ON VENTED GAS LOG […]

By |September 28th, 2012|Fireplaces, Forshaw Blog, Gas, Gas Fireplaces, Gas Logs|3 Comments

Why buy a fireplace insert instead of a gas log?

Wednesday, July 11th 2012
Gas logs are realistic and provide some warmth to a room. but if you are really interested in lowering your utility bill, an airtight gas insert is the way to go. Inserts burn only about 30% of what gas logs do, and they put out much more heat. they are 70 – […]

By |August 30th, 2012|Fireplaces, Forshaw Blog, Gas|0 Comments

Gas Starters for Woodburning Fireplaces

Monday, August 6th 2012
Yes, they are available. Essentially, a starter is just a cast iron pipe with holes in it. The gas is turned on with a keyed valve that is typically located near the fireplace, and lit with a match. The key is removable for safety purposes. Gas starters do not come with safety […]

By |August 28th, 2012|Fireplaces, Forshaw Blog, Gas|0 Comments

WHY ARE MY GAS LOGS COVERED WITH BLACK SOOT?

Monday, July 30th 2012
Soot on vented gas logs is nothing to worry about. It is a natural occurrence when the yellowish flames of a gas log impinge on a rough surface. Some people like the look, some don’t. If you don’t, we suggest that you VERY CAREFULLY take the logs outside and brush the soot […]

By |August 28th, 2012|Forshaw Blog, Gas, Gas Logs|Comments Off on WHY ARE MY GAS LOGS COVERED WITH BLACK SOOT?