20 September 2019
Good news for all gas fire place lovers out there, there are major new innovations which dramatically improve fireplace efficiency and other benefits. Homeowners have increasingly choose gas-fueled fireplaces inserts for economy, efficiency, and for visual effects.
Gas Fireplace Inserts are designed to replace inefficient wood fireplaces with new and cleaner burning appliances placed inside of the existing fire place structure. Inserts are the most high-demand service that we provide.
Inserts are simply placed within your existing fireplace. They allow you to avoid expensive and inconvenient renovations when you seek to upgrade your home. Gas fireplaces inserts are incredibly convenient. Due to ease of use, they are popular for the purpose of zone heating. When you are zone heating, you turn off the central heating system and rely on other heat sources such as gas fireplaces.
Modern fireplace inserts has been improved and are much more efficient than older open fireplaces. You can add a blower to your gas fireplace. A lot of these appliances come with louvers in the front side, where you can easily add a blower. Not only are they easy to install, but they can also make the gas fireplace inserts more efficient. Hot air will be blown into your room in a better way.
Utility bills are lower when you can turn down the thermostat on a central furnace and use the gas fireplace as a supplemental heat source. Highly efficient natural gas fireplace inserts, for example, can heat up to 1,000 square feet of living space at low cost. In order for the inserts to work properly, an insert needs a proper chimney liner. A fireplace insert is like a wood stove that has been modified by its manufacturer to fit within the firebox of a masonry fireplace. Inserts are used to convert masonry fireplaces, which are inefficient and polluting, into effective heating systems.
Once you install a gas fireplace inserts, you will enjoy the ease of operation. They will last for 20-30 years when well maintained. The days of buying and splitting wood are over with your new gas insert. For more information about gas fireplace inserts, contact Fireplace Showcase.