Conversion to Gas

During winter, you have to ensure that you produce enough heat to keep your loved ones warm and comfortable. Having a wood-burning fireplace requires seasoning and stacking wood that can eat up your time – time you could have spent doing something you love. If the work of wood is getting you down, then we have the perfect solution for you. Here at Home Safe Hearth and Chimney, we can offer you safe tips that are always within your budget—that and many more! We would like to share with you how you can free yourself from the stresses and dangers of old-fashioned fireplaces and chimneys.

Gas produces a consistent heat, which helps you save on electricity.

Gas produces a consistent heat, which helps you save on electricity.

We all want something that is convenient, easy-to-use and most of all, safe. And because of technology, this has been made possible. Sure, fireplaces and chimneys made in the 1950’s were pretty helpful and have really kept us warm and cool, but it comes with possible danger to our homes and the people inside it too. So the best option may be to convert to gas.

What’s With Gas Fireplaces and Gas Logs?

The biggest advantage in using gas fireplaces is the fact that you can say goodbye to stacking wood and building a fire. With gas, it’s a one-two-three process that only needs very little effort. Gas fireplaces come in all sorts of designs. Some have a remote control for more ease and convenience in adjusting the temperature inside. Some are just called inserts because you just have to insert them into the area where you used to have your old fireplace. It not only looks beautiful, it also creates a warm and relaxing atmosphere in the living room.

Another big advantage to gas, is one of cost. Gas produces a more even heat and is consistent. This lowers your electricity bill and gives you more money to spend. As a homeowner, you need to make sure that you get your chimneys inspected and cleaned  regularly.

If you’d like to learn more about this growing trend, make sure to give us a call! We definitely have the best CSIA-certified technicians and professionals in the industry who are more than willing to give you quality customer service.

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