There’s nothing quite as relaxing as reading a good book by the warm fireplace on a chilly evening.
New Fireplace Installations
Many homes have fireplaces and chimneys built into their design, but what about the rest of us? Plenty of homes don’t include fireplaces, and once the home is already built, having a chimney added on can be extremely difficult, not to mention expensive and time consuming.
So are you destined to suffer through the winter with no roaring fire for comfort? Or venture out into the backyard and build a campfire from scratch? The answer, mercifully, is no.
Gas log systems are a great alternative to bulldozing a wall and putting in a chimney. They work by venting the heat through piping in the walls. As opposed to wood burning fires, gas log installations have impressive safety and maintenance benefits.
Gas Log Set Installations and Replacements
Gas logs can be installed in most existing or new fireplaces. Log kits can be purchased at most hardware stores.
There are two types of gas logs: vented and vent-free. Vented gas logs require the chimney flue to be open. With vent-free logs, the flue can be closed while the logs are operating. In general, vented logs look more like a wood fire while vent free logs deliver more heat.
My Georgia Plumber is a recognized leader of quality, accountability and professionalism that will save both contractors and homeowners time and money. We specialize in the installation, repair and maintenance of gas line piping for residential and commercial gas lines and we retrofit from electric to gas or gas to gas. We are licensed, insured and bonded at the highest levels needed to service any gas pipe size or application. Canton Gas Lines offers excellent prices, guarantees quality work and provides superb customer support.