Fireplace Services in Lexington
Fireplace Concepts offers a wide variety of services. Some of these fireplace services include; fireplace installation, repairs, and replacements. Once the decision has been made to have a new gas fireplace installed or to have an old gas fireplace replaced, it is important to hire a heating professional that can complete the project accurately and efficiently. The space will need exhaust vents, a new flu, a proper gas line to the fireplace, and electric wiring for the thermostat and pilot light. All of these items must be completed up to city codes, and as such are all things that are best handled by a heating expert, rather than trying to do it yourself. Additionally, having a properly sized fireplace is important and we can help you find the right gas fireplace for your space. Our expert maintenance team will get the job done effectively and efficiently, so you can get back to basking in your fireplace’s warm glow. The following are the main services that we offer:
- Gas Line Installation
- Gas Log Sales
- Fireplace Sales
- Fireplace Makeovers
- Gas Log Service and Maintenance
- 100 pound cylinders
- Digging for Water, Sewer and Electric Lines
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Frequently Asked Questions
Costs will vary depending on the specific type of fireplace you want to install and the company that is installing it. The most popular model we have is the traditional, wood-burning fireplace. There are also electric fireplaces and gas fireplaces that are extremely popular as well. In general, the average fireplace installation cost is roughly $2,000.
Yes and no, it is possible to add a wood burning stove or a fireplace without an existing chimney. However, you will need to install a chimney in the process. All wood burning fireplaces have to have a way to allow smoke and dangerous gases to exit your home. The difference is that you also don’t have to build a large brick or rock fireplace, there are plenty of fireplace styles that can been added and incorporated into your home.
Unlike traditional B-vent fireplaces, direct vent fireplaces do not need a chimney for venting. Simply run a direct vent pipe through your walls and have it vent through the roof or an external wall. This allows for much greater flexibility in positioning your fireplace and opens you up to numerous styles of fireplaces.
Most service and repairs, like a leaky gas line, a broken valve or burner that is producing soot or carbon monoxide, need to be done by a professional. Our Certified Gas Technicians will schedule an appointment to come out to your home and check your gas connections for leaks and signs of corrosion, refurbish the ember materials and clean the log set to help maintain the set’s beauty and realism. At the end of the service call, you will be ready to enjoy the warmth and beauty of your fireplace throughout the entire year.