With the aesthetic and efficient gas burning fireplaces on the market today, enjoying a toasty fire in your home has never been easier. We’re certified and experienced to install your new gas fireplace so that you can sit back and enjoy the ambiance.
Why choose a Gas Fireplace?
Gas fireplaces are easy to use, low maintenance, and great as a backup source of heat not reliant on power. With a gas fireplace, you can easily ignite it with the flip of a switch and adjust the temperature. You won’t be shoveling out ashes or other wood debris regularly. And, in the event of a power outage, a gas-burning fireplace will still provide heat and light.
Gas Fireplace Installation and Service:
Our team of HVAC technicians will install your new gas fireplace with care and expertise, executing efficient and careful installations. Our crew of professional technicians will arrive on time, install your fireplace, clean up, and teach you how to effectively use your new system.
Gas Fireplaces Repairs and Replacement:
From annual maintenance to regular repairs, RedBlue offers ongoing personalized servicing. We have designed a 21 Point Maintenance checklist to ensure that your gas fireplace is operating efficiently. Our repair technicians are qualified to handle any HVAC problems, and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Frequently Asked Questions
As a general rule, gas fireplaces should be serviced annually by a professional HVAC technician. This will ensure that the fireplace is operating efficiently and safely, and that any potential issues are caught early on. In some cases, you may need to have your fireplace serviced more frequently if you use it regularly.
Most gas fireplaces are designed to run on either natural gas or propane, but it’s important to check the manufacturer’s recommendations before making a decision. Natural gas is typically less expensive and more convenient, as it is piped directly into your home, while propane requires a tank to be installed and refilled. However, many people who have more remote homes or cabins often opt for propane.
Yes, gas fireplaces are generally more efficient than traditional wood-burning fireplaces. Gas fireplaces produce heat more consistently and with less waste, as they don’t lose heat up the chimney like wood-burning fireplaces do. Additionally, many gas fireplaces are designed with features such as thermostats and timers that allow you to control the heat output and save energy. However, the exact efficiency of a gas fireplace will depend on factors such as its size, insulation, and how often it’s used, so it’s important to choose a high-quality fireplace and have it installed and maintained by a professional HVAC technician.