The use of fireplace logs in a gas fireplace gives you the ambiance and warmth of a wood-burning fireplace.
It is said that heating your home with a wood-burning fireplace warms you twice – the first is when you cut the firewood and the second when the wood is burned. The reality is that it is a lot of hard work that will warm you up several times over because you have to cut down the tree, cut it into manageable lengths, split each log, stack it where it can age, bring it into the house, and finally burn it. That doesn’t count if you have to transport it from one edge of your property to another. Of course, you could just buy your wood, but that still leaves you to stack it.
All this is well and good for many people, but if you would like a more effortless option, consider a gas fireplace using fireplace logs made of ceramic that do a great job of looking like wood. We carry several different styles of fireplaces and fireplace logs here at 31-W Insulation, so you can get the wood species look and configuration that feels the most natural and realistic to you.
We can also help you convert a wood-burning fireplace into a gas one with fireplace logs, so you don’t have to buy an entirely new unit and have the old one demolished. Since you already have the chimney in place, you can go with fireplace logs for a vented setup, which can look more realistic than those used in a ventless unit. If you do not already have a fireplace, we can install either a vented or ventless fireplace, depending on whether the location is suitable for a vent.
If you have any questions about fireplace logs and how they make an ideal alternative to wood burning for ambiance and warmth, give us a call. We’ll be happy to answer all your questions about getting a fireplace for your Johnson City, Tennessee home.
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