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Marco fireplace blower

Updated on September 2, 2011

Find a blower for your Marco fireplace

A fireplace blower is a great way to slash your heating costs. The downfall with fireplaces is that they heat your house unevenly. While a small area is warmed up most of your house does not receive any of that heat. This is a huge waste because your house's heating bills could be greatly reduced if only you could take advantage of all this extra energy.

That's where a fireplace blower comes in handy. Fireplace blowers that can fit your Marco fireplace are easy to purchase and can pay for themselves in energy savings in a matter of months.A fireplace blower, also referred to as a hearth heater, works by blowing all the energy from your fire out into your home. Installation is a snap too, you only need to take a few easy notes to get started.

How Fireplace Blowers Save You Money

A fireplace blower functions to increase the efficiency of your fireplace by forcing the heat it makes out into the room where the fireplace is. A fan less fireplace only warms you up in the small area around it while most of the warmth travels up the chimney. A fireplace blower solves this problem by blowing all of this lost heat out into your room. Once this heat is pushed out into your home it will then work its way all over all over the house, creating you an extremely cheap and easy source of warmth. Imagine slashing your winter heating bills in half by just adding a fan!

Finding the Right Blower

Find Your Nearest Power Outlet
The first decision in choosing your new Marco hearth heater depends on where you have a power source located. Figure out whether your electrical outlet is on the left or right side of the fireplace and then measure from the electrical outlet to the fireplace. If your electrical outlet is located on the right side of your fireplace you will need a "right handed model." Otherwise you will need to get a "left handed model." This refers to where the motor is located on your hearth heater so the electrical cord will not get in the way of your fire.

Measuring the Size of Your brick hearth Interior
The next step is to measure the size of your hearth interior. This will help you pick a fireplace heater that will fit properly in your fireplace. Measure across the width of the front of the fireplace opening and then measure from the front of the brick hearth interior to the back to get the depth. Picking a properly sized hearth blower will make sure that you get the most for your money and if you have a set of Marco fireplace doors the fireplace fan will fit snugly behind them.

Benefits of the Marco Fireplace Blower
One of the best features of a Marco fireplace blower is its ability to shut itself on and off automatically without fumbling with any switches. The blower automatically comes on when your fireplace reaches 110 degrees, pushing all that extra heat into your home. When the fireplace cools down below 90 degrees the blower shuts off by itself, keeping you from having to shut it off yourself.

Marco Blowers by Model

Fireplace blowers are available for all Marco model numbers listed below:

792794

792795

792796

792797

792870

792871

792872

A41MC

A41MTR

A41MTU

B36CF (792774/E)

B36HCI (792776/E)

B41CF (792851/62)

B41HC(792847/63)

B41HCI (792857/64)

BM36HC(792777)

BM36HCD (792778)

C36CF (792856)

C36HC(792759)

C36HCI (792850)8

C41CF (792848)

C41HC(792849)

C41HCD(792850)

CM36HC (7927782)

CM36HCD (792783)

D36CF(792807)

D36CFI (792808)

D36HC (792809)

D36HCI (792810)

D36TCF(792805)

D36TCFI (792806)

D36THC (792811)

D36THCI (792812)

D41CF

D41CFI

D41HC

D41HCL

Other Marco Fireplace Products

If you are looking for a great way to save money on bills you may also be interested in a set of fireplace doors to fit your Marco fireplace. A set of Marco fireplace doors is an inexpensive way to save a bunch of money by using the energy your fireplace is already making. Why not see what a set of fireplace doors could do for your home as well? Find a local fireplace door retailer by entering your city and state at My Fireplace Doors.com to see all of your local options.


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