Earth's Flame

Less Chance of House Fires

There is less creosote build up in chimneys using the Earth’s Flame technology

Hotter, More Efficient Wood Combustion Produced by the Natural Gas-Assisted Fire Produces Less Creosote

There is a reduction in creosote accumulation and the lessened potential for creosote-started house fires through the use if the Earth’s Flame retrofit in fireplaces. In 2005 – 2009 the leading factor contributing to home heating fires (26%) was failure to clean, principally creosote from solid fueled heating equipment, primarily chimneys. Creosote is combustible. When the creosote deposits inside the flue burn, the resulting fire is called a chimney fire or a creosote fire. There is less creosote build up in chimneys using the Earth’s Flame technology. So, safer for families and their communities.

Home Fireplace, Chimney, or Chimney Connector Fires, by Type of Fuel or Power

Annual Average of 2003-07 Structure Fires Reported to U.S. Fire Department
(including fires reported as confined fires).

Fuel or Power Fires Civilian Deaths Civilian Injuries Direct Property Damage
(in millions)
Solid-fueled 22,490 (94%) 33 (100%) 101 (84%) $174 (83%)
Gas-fueled 840 (4%) 0 (0%) 8 (7%) $29 (14%)
Electric-powered 290 (1%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) $3 (2%)
Liquid-fueled 230 (1%) 0 (0%) 13 (10%) $2 (1%)
Total 23,870 33 (100%) 122 (100%) $209 (100%)

Make Sure it Fits

Earth's Flame is designed to fit most 36"-42" fireplaces. Download our Sizing Guide to ensure Earth's Flame will fit inside your prefab or masonry fireplace.

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Installation & Operation Instructions

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