A memorable part of our history in the United States during the Great Depression was President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s “fireside chats,” weekly radio addresses in which he made use of the family gathering time to state his views.
Many homes no longer have open fireplaces; they are often replaced by what is considered to be more efficient ways of heating, such as central heating, or electric heaters. Some fireplaces have been closed off, preventing use but reducing draughts. Some have been made unable to be used by feeding a telephone, television antenna, cable TV or satellite TV wire down them.
A new fireplace is a natural gathering place for sharing gifts, stories and heart-felt family traditions.
For home-owners that want the ambiance of a fireplace Carpenter Beach can help you discover the warmth of a beautiful new fireplace. There is a feeling of family, warmth and home that is created when family and friends are gathered together around a crackling fire. You will love the important moments shared with loved ones in front of a traditional or contemporary fireplace.