Gas Fireplace Installation in MD, DC & VA
When the temperature starts to drop in the autumn, what’s your preferred way to get that comfy-cozy fall feeling? Most people love to cozy up by the fire, which is one reason why offices and hotels benefit from adding a fireplace to the lobby.
However, building a fire from scratch can be messy and hazardous. What if you could simplify the process? At Chimney.com, we are pleased to install gas burners, gas inserts, and gas fireplaces in homes and businesses with or without existing fireplaces.
Learn more about your options here. Then, contact us to schedule gas fireplace installation in Maryland, Virginia, or Washington, DC.
Gas Burner Installation in MD, DC & VA
Do you already have a wood-burning fireplace? For a more decorative, easy-to-use option, consider adding a gas burner. The installation is available with gas logs that sit on top of the burner, providing a decorative element whether the fireplace is on or not.
Vented burners send exhaust up the chimney, just as a wood-burning fireplace does. Another option is to install a vent-free burner, which exhausts all the heat into the room. This setup doesn’t require a chimney or flue, expanding your installation options.
Be aware that gas burners are more for aesthetics than warmth, discharging less heat than gas inserts or built-in gas fireplaces. However, this is the most budget-friendly option, so if aesthetics are your most important consideration, installing a gas burner could be the right choice.
Gas Insert Installation in MD, DC & VA
Another option is to convert an existing wood-burning fireplace to a gas fireplace by installing an insert. This is more in-depth than merely adding a gas burner. The insert comprises a metal box surrounded by a larger metal box, all of which fits snugly within the existing fireplace. When you light the burner, the air between the two metal boxes heats up, radiating a large amount of heat into the room.
As with a gas burner installation, gas inserts come in vented and vent-free models. You usually need an existing fireplace or chimney to install either one.
If you plan to rely on your fireplace as a heat source, a gas insert could be the right choice. While the upfront cost is higher than installing a gas burner, the operating costs are lower because inserts require less gas to produce the same amount of heat.
Gas Fireplace Installation in MD, DC & VA
Have you always dreamed of having a fireplace? The experts at Chimney.com can retrofit your home or business to include a beautiful, efficient, built-in gas fireplace.
This option produces the highest heat output of all. Similar to gas burners and inserts, built-in gas fireplaces come in vented and vent-free models. Vented options look the most like traditional fireplaces, with masonry and a chimney to exhaust air to the outside. Vent-free models exhaust all the heat into the room with no chimney required.
Why Choose Chimney.com for Gas Burner, Insert, or Fireplace Installation?
When you decide you want a gas fireplace in your home or business, it’s important to hire a professional for the job. You’ll quickly find that not all chimney and fireplace companies are created equal.
At Chimney.com, our goal is to complete the work on time and within budget, using only the highest quality parts available. We guarantee the quality of our work and can provide numerous references for you to contact. Rest assured that we are WSSC licensed, which allows us to service every aspect of your gas fireplace. With this qualification, there’s no need to call multiple contractors—leave everything to us!
For more information about installing a gas burner, gas insert, or gas fireplace, please contact Chimney.com today. We have served the MD, DC, and VA area since 1989.
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