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Superior Fireplace Blower

Updated on July 5, 2011

Superior Fireplace Blowers

A fireplace blower is a great way to greatly reduce your heating costs. The issue with fireplaces is that they do not produce an even amount of heat. While a small area receives enough heat most of your houses area does not receive any of that heat. This is a huge waste because your house's heating bills could be drastically reduced if only you could harness all this extra energy.

That's where a fireplace blower comes in handy. Fireplace blowers that can fit your Superior fireplace are widely available and can pay for themselves in energy savings in a matter of months.A brick hearth blower, also referred to as a fireplace fan, works by pushing all the warmth from your fire out into your living area. Installation is a snap too, you only need to take a couple easy notes to get started. Lets take a look at how to get ready to install your new Superior fireplace blower.

How a Blower Saves You Money

A fireplace blower helps to maximize the useful of your fireplace by driving the heat it creates out into the room it is found in. A fanless fireplace only feels warm in the small area around it while most of the heat travels up the chimney. A fireplace blower cures this by pushing all of this lost heat out into your house. Once this useful heat is pushed out into your room it will then work its way all over all over the house, giving you an easy source of winter heat. Save tons on your heating bill by simply adding a fan to your fireplace!

The blower will fit any standard 110 volt outlet that is near your fireplace and does not use much power to work. The blower even has a sensor for when to shut itself off so it will not run up your electricity bill either.

Picking the Right Superior Blower

Find Your Nearest Power Outlet
The first choice in choosing your new Superior fireplace fan depends on where you have a power outlet located. Figure out whether your power outlet is on the left or right side of the fireplace and then measure from the electrical outlet to the fireplace. If your power source 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 fireplace heater so the electrical cord will not get in the way of your fire.

Measuring the Size of Your fireplace Interior
The next step is to measure the size of your fireplace interior. This will help you pick a hearth blower 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 fireplace interior to the back to get the depth. Picking a properly sized fireplace blower will make sure that you get the most for your money and if you have a set of Superior fireplace doors the fireplace fan will fit snugly behind them.

Benefits of the Superior Fireplace Blower
One of the best features of a Superior 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 inexpensive 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.

Superior Blowers by Model Number

Blowers are available for all of the current Superior fireplace models. Check the sticker on the inside of your fireplace to find your model number. If it is found in the list below then you will have no problem buying blowers or other accessories for your fireplace. If your model is not found you can still call your fireplace store to find out which products can accommodate your model.

1038
1043
B1038
B1043
B1238
B1243
B938
B943
BC-36
BC-42
BCF-36
BCF-42
BCF3885
BCF4385
BR-36
BR-42
BRF-36
BRF-42
BRF3875
BRF4375
CF3860
CF4360
CHD38
CHD43
CST38
EST-48
EST4800
FC3880
FR3870
G400
GHC-5500
GRD-5500
HC-36
HC-42
HC3320A
HC3820A
HC4320
HC4320a
HCE3550
HCE4050A
HCE4550A
KC38
KC38-2
KC38-3
KC43
KC43-2
KR38
KR38-2
KR38-3
KR43
LA41
LBC3824
LBC4324
LBR3824
LBR4324
RD-36
RD-42
RD3300A
RD3800
RD38001
RD4300
RD4300A
SH43
SHC38
ST3840
TM-4500
TMC-4500

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