Chimney & Fireplace Installations
If you’re looking to install or replace a fireplace, you have a lot of options. Do you want a fireplace, stove or insert? Do you want it to burn wood, gas or pellets?
Each type of fuel and appliance has different benefits and will be best suited for certain spaces and certain needs, and our NFI-certified Master Hearth Professionals can give you all the information you need to make an informed decision about the best addition to your home.
Some Of Your Different Options
Masonry Fireplaces & Chimneys
Traditional fireplaces and chimneys are made of masonry – in other words, brick and mortar. These, as we all know, can be beautiful and long-lasting additions to a home. Options for materials and styles are many; you can choose exterior brick and firebricks in a variety of colors and designs. Building a new masonry fireplace and chimney is more work-intensive than factory-built options, and will need to be built on a concrete footing that can handle the weight of all that masonry. But for homeowners who really love that traditional look, it’s a choice that’s second to none.
Factory-Built Chimney Systems
Factory-built systems bring a lot of benefits. They’re designed largely with metal and glass to be far lighter than a masonry fireplace and chimney, so installation options — without a concrete footing — are much broader. These units are also highly insulated, which allows installation in closer proximity to materials that can be combustible. The metal and glass construction makes them highly affordable, and the fireplace and chimney are built and tested together to meet rigorous safety and efficiency standards.
Wood-burning Stoves & Inserts
Modern wood-burning stoves also offer a lot of different options for adding a heating appliance to indoor and outdoor spaces. New units are highly efficient and come in a variety of styles and colors, from classic black cast iron to brightly colored ceramic, in retro and modern designs and shapes.
Homeowners with existing appliances might also want to think about inserts, which a Mason’s Chimney Service technician can retrofit where that existing unit is, refreshing its look and function. New inserts also pass strict EPA emissions standards, so you can feel good about installing a clean and efficient addition to your home.
Why Mason’s Chimney Service Is The Right Choice For Your Home
Let Mason’s Chimney Service install your chimney or fireplace, because we won’t settle for anything less than exceeding your expectations.
Our company has been in business since 1955, helping homeowners in Gloucester, Camden, Salem and Burlington counties enjoy safe and efficient fires. We’ve built a reputation on upholding certain principles:
- We’ll only recommend the best products, and offer an estimate that is fair
- We’ll never try to sell you unnecessary services
- We’ll show up on time
- We won’t leave a mess
- We’ll provide a level of service that earns your trust and loyalty
Not Sure Yet?
We often talk to customers who might be interested in installing a new fireplace or chimney, but aren’t sure if they want to commit to a service call or inspection yet. We mean it when we say we aim to exceed expectations. Send us a photo of your home’s exterior, where a chimney would be installed, and an interior photo of where you’d like an appliance to be. We’ll give you some great options to think about.
If you’d like to look into chimney and fireplace installation, call Mason’s Chimney Service today!
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