Whether it’s time to upgrade an aging fireplace unit or perhaps you’d like to change its configuration to better suit your needs, we can help you choose the right option and handle the installation.
Vented or Vent-Free Designs
Regardless of which type of fireplace you have, if you’re looking to make a switch we can help. But you’ll want to start by identifying which type you have so we can best assist you in our showroom.
Vent-free designs are distinguishable by the smooth ceiling in the box. The only opening is in the front, which is both where we observe the fire and where the heat exits the chamber. On the other hand, if there’s an opening inside the box that leads into a chimney or vent pipe, your transition would be the other direction (more on that below).
Check out our Fireplaces page for details about different types of fireplaces and stoves, and then contact us to speak with an expert about your specific needs.
Fireplace inserts are self-contained units that can be placed into an existing masonry fireplace to convert it for gas logs.
The insert makes the chamber a contained space, so the flu pipe will no longer be used for the fireplace.