These days, many homeowners in Bucks County and the surrounding areas prefer the ease and convenience of gas fireplaces to wood-burning ones. Just push a button, flip a switch, or turn a key, and you can have the warmth and ambience of a cozy fire in a split second without any effort.
If you’re considering converting your traditional fireplace to gas, give our All Seasons Comfort Control professionals a call. And since gas fireplaces are typically cleaner burning than wood-burning fireplaces, your indoor air quality (IAQ) won’t be negatively affected by them. If you have any questions or want more information on this, feel free to get in touch with our All Seasons Comfort Control team members
We can help you meander through the world of options out there to choose what will fit best your Philadelphia suburbs home, lifestyle, and budget. Or if you’ve already got a gas fireplace and you need a repair, update, or maintenance, we’re available to you when you need us.
We Can Help You—Whatever Your Style
Gas fireplaces offer such a variety of designs and types, you may have to look twice when you’ve got a blaze, double checking it really is gas. If that’s the look you want, the designs out there can pretty closely emulate a natural wood fire.
On the other hand, if your taste runs to something more creative or out of the ordinary, options exist in both glass and ceramic, giving you a more artistic installation. Gas fireplace inserts offer you the convenience and ambience of a gas fireplace at a lower cost without needing to completely renovate your current fireplace.
To help you with installation, repairs, or maintenance, we offer financing options. Talk to one of our friendly and knowledgeable team members for more information.
Despite the cornucopia of design choices, there are still primarily three types of gas fireplaces––log sets, inserts, and built-ins. Here’s a short rundown on the differences:
• Log sets. This type is the least expensive of the three and is more for atmosphere than actual warmth. The set consists of ceramic logs deliberately arranged in your existing firebox with a gas burner.
Installation is very straightforward, and some are vented while others are vent-free. Check with one of our team members for more specifics if this option interests you.
• Inserts. The design for inserts is somewhat comparable to nesting dolls. Inserts are a log-and-burner set that sits inside a metal box that sits inside another metal box. These are tucked into your existing fireplace.
There’s a gap between the two boxes holding air that’s warmed, which then radiates into your room. These also can be vented or not vented, and there’s a little more to their installation and pricing than with log sets. Our Pennsylvania professionals would be happy to talk with you if this choice sounds like a good fit for you.
• Built-ins. Built-ins are close in design to inserts because they too are a box within a box. But these don’t need an existing fireplace or chimney, thus can be installed anywhere. They come in designs for either vented or vent-free like the other two types, each having its own set of advantages and disadvantages.
They also produce heat like the inserts do and require a bit more for installation, both in effort and money. If this entices you, be sure to speak with one of our team members about details.
Contact Us Today
At All Seasons Comfort Control, we can install whatever gas fireplace option you choose as well as repair and maintain it. No matter what type of gas fireplace need you have in your Buck County, PA, area home, our experts are always here to help. Contact us today at 215-860-0111 or request service online.