PlumbersStock offers a huge selection when it comes to fireplace supply. Whether you want to replace your fireplace insert or update your hearth with new accessories, we have the deal for you.
Our experts can help you find the best options for heating and cooling solutions, which is why this is one of the best places to buy fireplaces online. Installing the right unit can create the ultimate atmosphere of relaxation. We carry:
There are many questions to answer before making a purchase. What type of fuel will the unit use? What type of installation? What kind of venting is required?
Based on where you live, certain types of fuel may not be available. When choosing a model, consider quality brands. PlumbersStock carries many different fireplace manufacturers like Majestic, Monessen, Vermont Castings, Blaze King, etc. There are quite a few different types of fireplaces on the market, including the following:
Each fuel type has advantages and disadvantages to consider before making a purchase.
Electric fireplace inserts are easy to install and operate. All electric items run at 100% efficiency. Electric fireplaces are also expensive to run, put out little heat, and rarely look authentic. These modern fireplaces are good editions in terms of upping the value of your home, but are not ideal for usage.
Gas fireplace inserts are somewhat more difficult to install but just as easy to operate. The efficiency on these indoor fireplaces can range from 20% to 99%. Gas fuels include liquid propane and natural gas.
Wood burning indoor fireplaces are the traditional standard but until recently were not very efficient. All wood burning appliances require Class A venting. Freestanding stoves put out an incredible amount of heat. We recommend these for rooms that are centrally located and in basements (heat rises).
Most of the differences are quite obvious, but stoves put off a lot more heat for the entire home. Fireplace inserts (gas, electric, wood-burning) offer more localized heat, which is why it is somewhat common to see a unit in both the living room and the master bedroom. Freestanding stoves should be located in a central part of the home, and either on the main floor or the basement (heat rises). If you have a big family, and the entire home is used throughout the winter, a freestanding wood stove provides an efficient solution, but if you compartmentalize the use of your home during the winter, then we recommend fireplace inserts.
No matter your needs, we have the product to complete your home improvement project. Whether you're looking for a discounted freestanding wood stove or a modern fireplace insert, we have it all. If you have any trouble locating the right parts, please contact a member of our helpful staff.