A gas fireplace is a true investment into your home – and can often increase the value of your home by double the initial cost of the fireplace! Gas fireplaces are often installed with a tube vent rather than a full chimney – meaning less upkeep and maintenance for you – and lighting your fireplace can be as easy as flicking a switch.
More than simply creating a warm, cozy environment in any room, gas fireplaces can also help reduce your heating bill during the winter when you combine them with other heating sources, like your furnace. While your family enjoys time together in front of the warm fire, the furnace can usually be turned down elsewhere to save heating the unused areas of your home.
In a storm or blackout, most natural gas fireplaces will operate without a power source – a great way to keep your family safe and warm!
Looking for the soothing look and feel of a fireplace – but worried about the safety of your children or pets?
Many electric fireplaces can operate without heat and include the option of a glass piece that is cool to the touch, making it a safe choice for curious fingers. It also lets you enjoy the ambiance of your fireplace throughout the summer!
An electric fireplace also lets you be environmentally-friendly with no emissions or pollution – in fact, maintaining your electric fireplace can be as easy as changing a lightbulb!
Installation is usually just as simple, and the versatility of an electric fireplace means you can enjoy it in almost any room of your home.
Man’s relationship with fire goes back deep into our history, and the rich smell and crackle of a wood fire evoke a deep sense of nostalgia and tradition come to life. There’s nothing quite like a real wood-burning fire.
Wood is a sustainable resource and – with the latest technology blowing the heat into your home rather than to the outdoors – is can help heat a room during the winter or during a storm or blackout, since it isn’t dependent on supply lines.
Need the right kind of hearth pad for fire protection? Or maybe a wall protector?
Look no further, we offer top quality custom made hearth pads in a variety of style and colors, so you don’t have to do the work!
How do we know what size to get? It’s all in the make. Bring in your manual for your stove and we will determine what you need.
How it works: The unique design of joining tiled panels with a locking system protects your floors and walls from falling embers and messes. Come in and check out available colors and models!
Now that you’ve selected your fireplace or stove, let’s get you set up with the proper chimney.
We will carry out an on-site visit to determine what you’ll need and how to vent it in the location you have chosen.
No matter the style or form all fireplaces and stoves requiring some kind of venting. So get the proper size and rating for your stove. The better the quality, the longer it will last and do its job properly.