Orange County Gas Log Fireplace Installation
Adding Warmth & Ambiance to Your Southern California Home
If you long for the ambiance and overall feel of a wood burning fireplace in your home, but really aren’t interested in the negative aspects, a gas log fireplace might be the ideal choice. These fireplaces have been around for quite a while, but more modern versions make it difficult to tell the difference. Most homeowners that opt for a gas log fireplace notice immediate benefits when compared to a wood-burning version, and with expert installation and service, they are simple to operate and maintain.
Reasons for a Gas Log Fireplace
Gas log fireplaces provide several benefits over their wood burning counterparts, such as:
- Not needing to buy wood, store wood, clean the aftermath of burning wood, or worry about the fire burning out at all
- Looking like the real thing
- Producing heat like the real thing
- Offering a convenience that a wood burning fireplace could never match
- You just have to flip a switch and your fireplace is going
Are you looking for expert gas log fireplace installation? You’ll get reliable service and honest, upfront pricing when you call (714) 252-7460 today.
You May Need Renos
The only potential downside of a gas log fireplace is that you’ll need some renovations done if you don’t already have a fireplace in your home. Of course, if you want any type of fireplace and don’t have one, you’ll need renovations. The fireplace has to be installed and tied into the gas line of your house. If you already have a wood burning fireplace and want to convert, the process is less involved.
Why Is Professional Installation Important?
Whether you have a wood burning fireplace and want to switch, or have no fireplace and want to add, there is work that needs to be done, and that installation should only be handled by a professional. Your gas line is involved, and the unit must be placed correctly to prevent drafts and other issues from coming up down the road. A professional HVAC installer will be familiar with the local building codes and various brands, so you can have peace of mind throughout the process.