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There are many factors to consider when choosing the perfect stove or fireplace to meet your needs. We invite you to visit our showroom or call to discuss your requirements with one of our experienced staff. We assure you, it will be time well spent and can often safe you both time and money. If you are interested in learning about the benefits of heating with propane our resources section has information on the topic or simply click why heat with propane to read the article.

A Freestanding gas stove is an excellent choice for an application which requires a secondary heat source while using limited amounts of space in a room. Many times a Freestanding stove is perfect for cornering in a room and either venting straight up through the roof, or with a small terminal along an outside wall.

Zero Clearance fireplaces are designed for placement along a wall where the application allows for a custom surround to be built to complete the unit itself, generally a new wall, mantle box, or custom cabinetry finished by stone, tile, or even drywall. Zero Clearance allows for the building materials of the surround to not only be composed of combustible material, but can meet the edges of the unit itself which makes finish work ideal across a variety of applications.

Inserts are the answer to converting an existing masonry opening into a more efficient and enjoyable application. In this particular case, the existing wood burning firebox is measured and a physical airtight firebox is sized to fit each opening. There are a variety of options for this application, as not all masonry openings were created the same in size.

If you are interested in learning more about the various models and options available prior to contacting us you can find a wealth of information on the websites of the various manufacturers we are pleased to represent.

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Ask the Experts

Should I leave my pilot light running when I am not using the stove/fireplace?

During the fall and winter months when the fireplace is most in demand, even though electronic ignition systems allow for the turn off/on of the pilot with ease, in our climate it can be very risky to let the unit sit stagnant in regards to cold weather and increased moisture which enter through the fresh air portion of the venting at all times. Don't forget, without your pilot light the inside of your unit is the same temperature as the outside! Over exposure to these temperatures can cause the pilot to seize and fail when you really need it the most.