Indoor fireplaces are ideal for ambiance, warmth, and sometimes a back-up heat source.
Most people would agree that indoor fireplaces can transform a room and make it feel cozier. When you add in the benefit of warmth on a blistery winter day or night and having peace of mind you have the potential of a backup heating source, fireplaces can be a wise investment. The key is selecting the type of fireplace that offers the benefits that mean the most to you. Here at 31-W Insulation, we have a variety of indoor fireplaces to choose from, including electric, gas, and wood-burning options.
- Electric Fireplaces- If you want ultimate convenience and temperature control, electric fireplaces are an excellent choice. They do not need venting, and some styles can be moved from room to room for use exactly where you need them. You can easily take an electric fireplace with you if you move, and the only thing you need is a power source. While an affordable option, they do have the drawback of not serving as a backup heat source during a power failure because they require electricity to operate.
- Gas Fireplaces- There are both vented and ventless gas fireplaces, as well as a wide variety of styles. If you are looking for convenience but still want the appearance of a wood fire, consider fireplace logs that are made of ceramic but styled like the wood species you desire. The majority of gas fireplaces do not need electric power and would be a good backup heat source. There are some that have a powered fan, however, so be sure to discuss what you need when selecting gas indoor fireplaces. The only drawback of gas fireplaces is that you need a gas source.
- Wood-Burning Fireplaces- If your property can provide the wood for your fireplace, a wood-burning option represents the lowest cost to operate. It is also ideal as a back-up heat source and provides the genuine experience that is not completely matched by other types of indoor fireplaces. The drawbacks are having to continually feed them with wood and deal with ashes and cleaning the chimney.
If you would like to discuss which of our indoor fireplaces would be best for your Johnson City, Tennessee home, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’ll be happy to explain the various options and what you can expect in terms of performance, durability, and cost. Call today to learn more.
Right here in Tennessee, we also offer indoor fireplaces in Goodlettsville, Franklin, Chattanooga, Loudon, Murfreesboro, Milan, Mason, Cookeville & Memphis. 31w is also proud to serve many states throughout the Southeastern portion of the U.S. Read more about our services in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, North Carolina, South Carolina & Texas.