My spouse as well as I had left the house to go to get our chores done today, as well as decided to go out for a bite to eat.
We weren’t gone but a couple of hours, so the people I was with and I thought leaving the fireplace unattended would be great till the people I was with and I got home.
The wood was just slightly glowing as well as there was no full out burning in any of the fire logs. We wrongly assumed there would be no cause for alarm for more than one or three hours, but the people I was with and I were totally mistaken. The fireplace hadn’t quit burning, but it had started smoking. I sashayed myself into the house first as well as all I could say was ‘Holy Smoke!’. I started to hack and sneeze as well as I couldn’t stop. We had the ventilation fan in the bathroom, on its highest fan. The ventilation fan over the oven, was at its highest fan. The ceiling fans were twirling away as the people I was with and I had the windows open. It had become windy while the people I was with and I were out doing all our stuff. The wind had blown back through the chimney as well as caused the smoke to come into the chimney as well as out into the living room. Four hours later, I still have a headache from the smoke that was in the house. We only were even using the fireplace because the people I was with and I have a couple mornings where the weather demanded some sort of heating. Now I wish the people I was with and I had just used the furnace to hot up the house. My spouse insisted the fireplace would be a better idea as well as that the people I was with and I hadn’t used it much over the winter months and it is so nice. I’m positive our going away for a few hours hadn’t caused the smokiness, although he is feeling a bit guilty for our asthma attack.