Gas fireplaces offer the beauty and realism of “live” dancing flames with all the conveniences of a modern gas appliance. With the flip of a switch or the click of a remote you can immediately begin enjoying your fireplace without the efforts of loading wood or cleaning ashes when you are done.
Wood-burning fireplaces have been at the center of family gatherings for centuries and nothing compares to the ambiance of a roaring wood fire on a cold winter evening. If you enjoy the labor of love with tending a fire and the memories it evokes, then a wood-burning fireplace is for you.
Electric fireplaces offer an extremely versatile alternative to wood-burning fireplaces and gas fireplaces. Since the flames are created with LED lighting, these fireplaces do not require any venting. They can be installed in virtually any living space where there’s electricity.
Electric fireplaces fall into two main design styles: traditional front-opening models with logs that emulate a real wood fire, and contemporary linear-opening models that feature a modern flame-only presentation. You can also create a transitional design by adding log accents to a contemporary linear-opening fireplace.
Pellet fireplace inserts makes it easy to love the look and functionality of your fireplace without needing a total renovation. Our pellet fireplace inserts are built with uncompromising quality and timeless style that include innovative pellet technology to ensure that you get the most efficient home heating solution.
Wood burning stoves are a fantastic choice for your home – many customers select them as a handsome piece to add character to their property; but they are so much more than that. As well as adding warmth, charm, and a cosy feeling to any room, stoves are energy efficient and can help you save money on your energy bills.
Pellet stoves are similar in appearance to free-standing wood stoves and burn renewable pellets made of condensed biomass materials, like wood chips and sawdust. Depending on the size of the stove and the floor plan, a pellet stove can heat all or part of a home. They can be purchased for a fraction of the cost of other renewable energy systems like solar panels, geothermal heat pumps and wind turbines.