Fireplace are either masonry or zero clearance.
  • A masonry fireplace is a brick structure, usually built into a home during construction with a brick chimney and these are woodburning.
  • A zero clearance fireplace is a manufactured metal box fireplace that can be framed into your home during construction or as a later renovation and are gas, wood-burning, or electric.

WHAT IS A FIREPLACE INSERT? A fireplace insert is exactly what it sounds like. It’s meant to be inserted into an existing masonry fireplace or zero clearance fireplace. Alone, it cannot be framed into a home.  Installing a new fireplace insert into an existing fireplace improves  efficiency resulting in cost savings, delivers you the style you want, and adds warmth to your room. Fireplace inserts come in a wide variety of amazing styles as well as gas, wood-burning, electric and pellet.

Output: Depending on the size of your room and how important the gas fireplace is to serve as a heat source, you’ll want to consider total BTU output, good radiant heat, and controllable turndown for maximum performance when purchasing a new gas fireplace.

Design Style: Got a special look you‘re hoping to achieve?  Our Gas Fireplace Specialists can help guide you in the right direction.  We carry a wide range of fireplace design styles from contemporary to traditional and everything in between.

Options: Depending on your needs, today’s gas fireplaces come with a wide variety of options including wireless remote control, energy efficiencies, and log arrangements.

Nothing can beat the aroma and authenticity of a timeless wood-burning fireplace.  Those who prefer this classic option will delight in our separate showroom, entirely devoted to wood-burning fireplaces.

Size: Depending on the size of your room and how important the fireplace is to serve as a heat source, you’ll want to consider the size needed when purchasing a new wood-burning fireplace.

Design Style: Got a special look you‘re hoping to achieve?  Our Wood Fireplace Specialists can help guide you in the right direction.  We carry a wide range of styles from contemporary to traditional and everything in between.

Options: Depending on your needs, today’s wood fireplaces come with a wide variety of options. The most common options are either catalytic or non-catalytic. Both are highly effective in heating your home but offer differing performance options. Get In Touch with one of our Wood Fireplace Specialists to learn about your different options.