Gas Fireplace Installation

Convenience Without Compromise

Traditionally, the hearth and the fire within it, have always been the center of a home. Even nowadays, with our fast-paced, increasingly technology-filled lives, the hearth dominates. There is something very primal about sitting by a fire, an ambiance that appeals on a deep level. Additionally, from a design perspective, a well-designed hearth both catches the eye, and pulls the décor of a room together.

For many people though, traditional wood-burning fireplaces don’t appeal. Because as beautiful as a traditional fire can be, many people don’t want the heavy maintenance and work involved. Homeowners are increasingly choosing to install gas fireplaces in their homes, and who can blame them? With modern gas fireplaces, you get the convenience of gas without compromising on the ambiance and look of a real fire. There is no chopping, storing, or carrying fuel. Nor do you have to worry about if the local hardware store will have any pellets left in the dead of winter. Lastly, you won’t need to spend time building and lighting the fire in the morning. With a modern gas fireplace, you have control at the touch of a button. No more getting out of bed to light the fire when you can stay in bed and light it via remote! Moreover, you can control the amount of heat being put out. But best of all, you have the peace of mind that when you turn it off, it’s off!

From Battlefield Hearth, To Your Hearth

At Battlefield Hearth & Solar, we carry a wide variety of gas fireplaces from well-known manufacturers like Kozyheat and Valor. From your initial consultation, to ensuring that your new installation is up to code and nothing less than stunning, our team has what it takes to make your dreams reality. We pride ourselves on our commitment to excellence and our dedicated approach to customer satisfaction. Additionally, we also work to keep our installation rates affordable. So why not drop by our showroom or give us a call today and experience the Battlefield Hearth & Solar difference?