New Accessories for the PowerSmith Ash Vacuum
After two years of waiting the manufacturers of PowerSmith ash vacuums, Richpower Industries, have at last released new accessories for their ash vacuum cleaner. The first is a set of cleaning tools comprising of a hose adapter, nozzle brush, crevice cleaning tool and clear pellet stove hose all contained in a handy storage bag which keeps everything together and easily stored and all for less than $25. read more

Stove Fan
Having a warm house especially in the winter season can be something of a necessity in any home. A rather palatable solution to such freezing conditions is the use of a stove fans for room heating. The pros that can come along with the use of this equipment are absolutely massive particularly when it comes to uniformity in heat distribution in a room. This type of fan is not only limited to use with a stove in that it can also be used together with any heating device one has at home. read more

American and Chinese Ash Vacuums
The current state of the American market for ash-cleaning technology shows an influx in Chinese imports that include everything from cleaning devices to replacement parts and accessories. The predominant factor seems to be low prices. People look for what they can afford, and consumers like to save money. Marketing strategies reflect this pattern. read more

Ash Separator (ash can filter)
The current market has two options for cleaning ash: the ash vacuum and the ash can filter also called "ash separator". These two are not the same, but both guarantee impressive results. read more

HEPA explained
To qualify as HEPA by US government standards, an air filter must remove 99.97% of particles that have a size of 0.3 microns. Soot and ash from burning wood can range from 2 to 3 microns or larger. Currently the most efficient way to eliminate particles of this size is the use of a HEPA filtration system. read more

Before You Buy
Ash vacuums are used for cleaning ash out of fireplaces, outdoor grills and wood stoves. Any device that leaves behind warm or cooling ash can be cleaned out with an ash vacuum. They are specially made to resist the warmth of ash that might not be completely cooled. Regular vacuums cannot be used to clean up ash since they are not made for it, but some ash vacuums can be used as all-purpose shop vacuums. read more

Top 5 Chimney Cleaning Bloggers
The fall season is considered as the best time to conduct chimney cleaning as a part of the preparation for the upcoming winter season. Maintenance of chimney including its inspection and cleaning are all important regardless of the kind of fuel you are using for your fireplace. The purpose of chimney cleaning is to remove the blockage that can hinder the smoke to pass out while the chimney is in use. read more

Top 7 Fireplace Cleaning Blog Posts
Preparing a fireplace for a winter season is indeed a great thing to do. Now that the winter season is coming to a close, it is time to start thinking about cleaning the fireplace. It is being said that cleaning a fireplace is one of the dirtiest household jobs that almost all of the people can do on their own. The biggest Fireplace Cleaning Challenges that you can actually encounter are the pile of ashes in a firebox, smoky stains bricks, stones or marbles, and black soot on the glass. read more

PowerSmith ash vacuum important update
PowerSmith ash vacuum is becoming popular and many people choose to purchase this item as it offers convenience and efficiency.
As of now, there are more than 20 customers who reviewed PowerSmith ash vacuum on Amazon. All of them have given positive reviews to this product and have also given it high ratings except for one customer who gave it a mark of one star rating only. read more