What fuel is right for you?
Gas fireplaces are cost-effective and provide a quick, warm, and clean-burning flame with the simple touch of a button.
Wood burning fireplaces are affordable and a renewable fuel resource for heat. Users experience the sounds, sights, and smells of a real fire.
Electric fireplaces are reasonably priced, easy to use, and they create a desirable ambiance in any living space (heat is optional).
Do you need a fireplace or an insert?
A fireplace can be built in to any new space (new construction) or old space that doesn’t currently have a fireplace (renovation).
An insert is necessary when you are retrofitting an existing fireplace to improve its efficiency or update its look.
What are the different types of fireplaces?
Insert fireplaces are designed to be installed into existing fireplace cavities allowing for an existing fireplace to be converted to a more efficient gas or wood insert.
Zero clearance fireplaces can be installed where there is no existing fireplace (new construction or renovation), and are designed with “zero clearance” to combustible materials.
Linear fireplaces are zero clearance fireplaces that can be installed into a space where there is no existing fireplace. Linear fireplaces are wider in length and a great addition to a large room.
Freestanding fireplaces are available in wood or gas and can be installed in most spaces.