Fireplace Installation, Repair, and Upgrade Services
So you are new at the whole remodeling thing? And your previous experience with a fireplace remodel contractor did nothing but worsen your fears. Heck, your child-birth experience was far pleasant. And now here you are, all reluctant to hire another masonry service. If only you could script your expected experience and have them deliver it to the letter. Well, don`t give up yet. Not before you try xxxx.
We take each project as a new challenge meant to better our skills and boost our reputation.
We, therefore, embark on your project with great enthusiasm and keep in touch with regards to delivery logistics, upcoming inspections, and our availability. We not only meet and exceed your expectations but also make you feel there's nowhere else we'd rather be.
And forget about blindly following orders. We listen and offer valuable insights and recommendations when deemed necessary. We have (so far) saved tons of client's time and budget.
As a 3rd generation masonry company in our state, we offer a tested and proven century of expertise.
We specialize in new installations of fireplaces, chimneys, and driveways – as well as their repairs and restoration. On top of that, we offer a double guarantee, weekly meetings throughout the design and execution period, full responsibility of our mistakes, and thorough onsite consultation.
Our fireplace services
We install, repair, and restore your fireplace. Although simple in appearance, a fireplace is a definite charm in your home. It provides comfort, warmth, and enhance the room’s aesthetics and living experience. XXXX understands this allure and has put in place a skilled team of fireplace craftsmen to provide you with a distinctive look that fits your budget and style. We carefully engineer the appliance that, if repaired and maintained, can last for decades. While at it, we ensure that the fireplace hearth keeps heat in its box from consuming any surrounding combustibles like flooring, the mantle, and walls.
Fireplaces are stylistic centrepieces, anchoring the appearance and living experience of an outdoor space or room. Thus, it's installation should factor the following:
Size – fireplaces are available in a variety of sizes whose selection should depend on the size of the designated space in your room and the preferred style.
Fuel – gas, and wood are the widely available fuel types for use in inserts and fireplaces. Each has its merits and demerits and, thus, the choice should be a matter of preference. However, avoid chemicals and wet or rotten wood. Use the right local fuel and store it properly.
Mantel – fireplace mantels serve to catch ash, soot, and smoke, which makes it a key design element. Mantels have a variety of designs, texture, colors, and materials to choose from; therefore, consider matching them to the rest of the room. Also, consider its size in proportion to your entire fireplace.
Future costs – running costs should govern the type of insert or fireplace to be installed.
Heating efficiency – settle for zero-clearance fireplaces that are efficient enough to offset the high cost of energy in winter.
Safety and building codes – take into account the recommended gas line positioning, allowed emission levels, among other things.
Functional fire extinguisher – a single fire ember can start a devastating house fire; thus, it's best to stay prepared.
When installing, avoid these mistakes:
Gaps around its opening
Inadequate air source – remember an adequate airflow is needed to prevent smoke and carbon monoxide accumulation, which could be disastrous if unchecked.
Fire building too far into the fireplace
Relying on your DIY abilities when lacking adequate skills to safely install the fireplace
Hiring unqualified or uninformed fireplace installer
Fireplace repair and restoration
A fireplace hearth is an essential heating component of your home; thus, it should have ample reparative maintenance. Yes, don't wait until the fall for you to do some thorough inspections.
Be on the lookout of the following telltales that your fireplace may need replacement or repairs. Signs that your fireplace needs urgent replacement or repairs
Cracked mortar joints – as masonry units are porous, they can absorb moisture, making it easier for them to breakdown or develop cracks.
Spalling bricks at the bottom of your fireplace -which are common when low-quality mortar with incorrect compression rate; is used.
A severely rusted damper – is indicative of excessive moisture, a sign of a broken waterproofing lining.
Chimney fires – for a fire to combust inside the chimney, it may mean that the mantel is lacking in its purpose of catching fire embers, which call for an urgent repair or replacement.
A damaged chimney crown – cannot protect the fireplace against external weather and other elements.
Dangers associated with a damaged fireplace
Fireplace settlement, if huge enough, can result in cracks that are known to harbor more moisture leading to further hearth degradation. Cracks can also house creosote, which is highly flammable, thus, causing a house fire.
A damaged fireplace can result in indoor smoke accumulation, which can stain the carpets, furniture, and whatnot. Or, if in large amounts, cause health hazards thanks to carbon monoxide.
Luckily for you, xxxx is an expert in all matters fireplace and thus have your back when it comes to:
Raised/insert fireplace installation
Electric, gas, and wood freestanding fireplace installation
Fireplace design and inspection
Annual fireplace cleaning
Natural gas installation/configuration
We have a vast portfolio comprising of prominent fireplace installation and repairs. For more details, view our gallery. Also, read why clients term our services as a 110% guarantee of their buck.