Find Your Next Wood Or Gas Fireplace, Insert, Or Stove Right Here At Mr. Smokestack
You settle on the couch with a good book and a hot cup of tea, but something’s missing. Fuzzy socks? Check. Cozy sweater? Check. So what are you missing? The radiant, bone-warming heat that only a fireplace, insert, or stove can provide.
Not to worry — Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service can help.
We sell and install the industry’s finest fireplaces, inserts, and stoves from top brands like Supreme and Valor. Whether you’re shopping for gas- or wood-burning, we’ve got just the thing for you right here.
But before you start shopping for your gas- or wood-burning unit, here’s a little bit about fireplaces, inserts, and stoves to help with your selection.
No Masonry Chimney Needed With Modern Fireplaces
Modern fireplaces are made of cast iron or steel and come as whole units — meaning, they’re simply installed, not built. With new prefab or factory-built fireplaces, there are no brick-by-brick labor and material costs, which is a big relief for many homebuyers.
Today you’ll find see-through fireplaces and zero clearance fireplaces that make it easy to enjoy the warmth and inviting charm of a fireplace, no matter what your home setup is like. And the best thing is, you won’t need to have a new masonry chimney added, because these fireplaces can be vented through metal chimney pipe. That’s big savings on installation time and costs.
If you’ve always wished your home had a fireplace — if that’s the one thing you’ve been missing — there’s never been a better time to make that wish come true. You can now have a beautiful, efficient, powerful wood or gas fireplace installed in no time.
Fireplace Inserts Improve Fuel Efficiency
Like prefab fireplaces, fireplace inserts are made of cast iron or steel. The difference is that these are used in existing open fireplaces with a chimney system.
If you already have a masonry fireplace but you’re ready to say goodbye to its heat waste and inefficiency, an insert can be a great option. Inserts are known to improve fuel efficiency and heat output over a traditional masonry fireplace by capturing the energy and heating a larger surface.
As efficiency has improved, so has the stylish look of the modern day insert. If you haven’t looked at one lately, you might want to consider one if you are looking for a change.
Inserts come in many fuel types: natural gas, propane, EPA-certified wood, pellet, and coal. This will give you some options if you are ready to change the fuel type to your existing fireplace.
Free-Standing Stoves Add Heat To Big & Small Spaces
Free-standing stoves are powerful heaters that can be installed just about anywhere and vented through a wall or ceiling.
Even if you don’t have an existing stove, you can install one in most any room where you want some additional heat. A chimney is not needed, as stoves are vented through stove pipe.
There are many great stove options out there for homeowners who love the classic cast iron stove look, but more modern-looking stoves are available as well. So don’t rule out stoves as a heating option just because you have a more modern or contemporary space.
Take a look at some of the installations and hearth transformations we’ve done for our clients below.
Why Fireplace, Insert & Stove Installation Isn’t A DIY Job
One last thing before you start shopping…With any stove, fireplace, or insert installation, you will need a qualified chimney and fireplace expert to do the work.
There are codes and standards that apply to different units, styles, and fuel sources. If you don’t know these, you can easily make a mistake that could cost you money down the line — and if it’s a big mistake, damage to your home or family.
Here at Mr. Smokestack Chimney Service, we put your family’s safety first. That’s why we highly encourage you to call us and let us do the “heavy lifting” for you. You can relax in knowing we are taking care of the installation and any permits or codes that need to be met. That’s our promise to you. We can even install a new gas line to your new appliance. Call today for installation expertise you can trust.