There’s nothing quite like cozying up next to a warm fire on a chilly autumn or winter evening. Whether you’re looking to repair or replace your current fireplace or install a brand-new insert or stove, the experts at Autumn Glo Fireplace Studio – a sister company of Adkisson Air 1 Heating and Cooling – can help you discover a convenient heating solution, improving the look and value of your home. Throughout the process, our friendly and knowledgeable staff will work with you to find and install the perfect indoor or outdoor fireplace suited to your personal taste, creating a warm, inviting space you’ll be proud to call your own.
To upgrade your current fireplace’s aesthetic and performance, consider installing a fireplace insert. Delivering a more efficient, clean-burning fire, inserts are installed inside of an existing fireplace, whether it’s wood-burning, gas or pellet, and can be set up in as little as a day. With the flip of a switch or the push of a button, gas inserts burn natural gas or liquid propane as a convenient heating solution. Wood fireplace inserts, on the other hand, offer the traditional look, sound and aroma of a wood-burning fireplace, while pellet fireplace inserts are best used when your home is heated with liquid propane or fuel oil. If you’re pining for the appearance of a traditional wood-burning fireplace, but with the convenience and efficiency of a gas fireplace, consider purchasing a gas log set. Since gas logs sit in your existing, open fireplace, installation is as easy as drilling access holes for the gas and electric lines.
If your home is lacking the charm and character of a welcoming hearth, consider carving out a space to enjoy the warm ambience of sitting fireside. During the process of installing a brand-new fireplace, you’ll need to choose between gas, wood-burning and pellet varieties. Whereas gas fireplaces require you to run a gas line, wood-burning fireplaces entail a chimney installation. The contractor will also help you decide between three main types of ventilation – natural vents, direct vents and vent-free – depending on the fuel type. While direct vents take air straight from outside your home and send it back via a dual-vent system, vent-free units circulate air inside the room and do not require ducts or chimneys. Natural vents pull in and expel air from a chimney, making them ideal for wood-burning fireplaces. Consult with our knowledgeable team to learn more about new fireplace installations.
Traditional and charming, stoves are generally fueled by burning wood, but can also be fueled by gas, coal or pellets. To install a stove, you’ll need a fire-resistant base for the unit to rest on made from brick, tile, stone or cement to serve as a heat barrier. Stoves may also require a chimney or stovepipe and a non-combustible wall covering to safeguard your home.