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Nothing says warmth as a family gathered around a hearth. The fireplace, being the oldest appliance in the home, remains to this day the gathering place for your household and the focal point for your family. You can create a beautiful and functional feature and enhance the value of your investment with a fireplace or fireplaces in your residence. Also, any fire feature in the home gives you an alternative plan for heat in the event of power outages. These days, there are many options to choose from when thinking about what kind of fireplace works best for your needs. Here are brief descriptions of your choices, but please give us a call and allow the Ember team to help you figure out the best solution for your space and needs.

Gas fireplaces
The coziness of a fireplace without the hassle of storing and carrying wood or the headache of the clean up, the gas fireplace is a fantastic choice for the modern lifestyle. There are many options to choose from starting from the shape - square or rectangular to whether you want to see the flames from one, two, three sides or maybe all the way around. You can fill the firebox with ceramic logs, evoking the traditional look of wood, or go more contemporary with glass pebbles, driftwood or even crystals. You can personalize the experience to fit your aesthetic and lifestyle needs. If you are a traditionalist or enjoy living on the cutting edge of design innovation, there is a gas fireplace to choose from.

The installation of a gas burning fireplace has less exhaustive requirements than a wood burning one. All you need is an exterior wall and the installation is not unlike that of a dryer since the number one byproduct of burning gas is water vapor. It's also one of the more green and efficient choices you can make for your home – the estimated cost of running your gas fireplace is $0.08 per hour therefore taking away any excuses for not using your fireplace on a regular basis.

Conversions from Wood to Gas
If you have a traditional wood burning fireplace and you would like a change from carrying logs, converting the unit to gas is the right solution. There are 2 options that best accomplish this goal:

Gas Inserts
Specifically designed to enhance the operation and appearance of an existing wood burning fireplace, a fireplace insert is an efficient way to add ambiance and convenience to any room. The closed door, insulated system is designed to enhance the heat output and increase efficiency up to 65% and reduce emissions substantially.

Gas Logs
An easy way to adapt your existing wood burning fireplace to one that runs on gas is to install a gas log in your unit. You can choose among many models for the size of the logs and the amount of fire that they will emit in your fire box. This is an unobtrusive method to ease the burden of procuring and carrying logs while creating the traditional look for a wood burning fireplace.


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