Are you interested in having a new fireplace installed before fall? Then, it is important to work with a team of professionals that can tackle the job as safely and as efficiently as possible for the installation. Whether you are having a masonry system built, a prefabricated system assembled, or cap or damper installed, getting things done just right can make a big difference in how well everything runs.
Even a minor flaw in construction can put your home and family at risk, so do not do it yourself if you are not skilled with these kinds of projects. Incorrect installation can lead to damages, house fires, gas leaks, and more, all of these could cost you thousands to address. Investing in professional care from the beginning is always a good idea!
Exploring Your Options
A fireplace is a huge investment, so it is important to know exactly what you want before you purchase. At SirVent, we can help you explore your options. A gas-fueled unit is great for those with a busier lifestyle, but the ambiance of a crackling wood-fueled fire is often hard to beat.
Depending on what you have time for, and what level of convenience you want, we can help you find the perfect fit. Brands are another thing to explore. At SirVent, we sell Rumfords and Bellfires, both of these are smart investments. We can run through the positives of both, so you know that you are making the right choice.
Interested in a prefabricated unit? Many people are taking this route, giving them years of fireplace usage and enjoyment, without a huge commitment
to permanently having a hearth in your home. Because of this, they are typically less expensive, as well. Have questions? Give us a call, and we would be happy to give you more info and help.
Need a Damper or Chimney Cap?
We don’t just offer installation services for your fireplace and chimney. We also ensure your system is protected by having a chimney cap and energy-top damper in place. Chimney caps are known for keeping out water, excess debris, drafts, and animals. They also help protect your roof from stray sparks, as well. When it comes to keeping your chimney in good shape, this investment is a must!
Many homeowners are switching from the traditional throat dampers to energy-top dampers instead. Energy-top dampers are placed at the top of the flue and work alongside the chimney cap to keep out rain, birds, and more. They provide a tighter seal than throat dampers, so your fireplace is better protected when not in use. Ready to light a fire? No problem. These devices open easily, so you can get the perfect draft.
Let’s Get Started
Fall is still months away, so now is the perfect time to install a new system. Once temperatures drop and leaves begin to fall, you will be set and ready to enjoy your fireplace. Give us a call today, so we can get started now!