Natural Gas Fireplaces are an effective heating system with the added pleasure of a bright glow and flickering flames.
Like all of your appliances, regular service is important to ensure long life and good performance. Gas Fireplaces should be inspected and cleaned once a year. At Noll ClimateCare, we’re committed to helping you choose the best, most efficient gas fireplace for your home, budget and personal preferences.
- Inserts: Inserts are most commonly used in existing homes that have pre-existing wood burning fireplaces. The gas unit is inserted into the existing opening and gas and venting are connected to the insert. The fireplace is finished off with a custom enclosure plate.
- Free-Standing Gas Fireplace: These fireplaces look like your traditional wood burning stove that you might see in a cabin. They can be ornate with cast iron and enameled finish, or they might be made of steel with a pedestal bottom. They are commonly used in a room that needs supplemental heat, but doesn’t have an existing fireplace.
- Zero-Clearance Gas Fireplace: This fireplace is used commonly in new construction and for renovations where the homeowner wants a traditional looking fireplace that can have a mantel. They are called “zero-clearance” because the fireplace can be framed in with wood studs without having to provide clearance to combustibles.