Fireplace Installation Maintenance

Whether you have an existing gas fireplace, or a wood burning unit that you would like to convert to gas, you’ll find the right unit for your home at our showroom. Jiffy Plumbing & Heating has a modern showroom with 22 live burning units on display. You’ll find vented and vent-free stoves, wall-mounted and corner mounted fireplace systems, log sets and contemporary stainless steel units. We can also provide a large selection of fireplace accessories, mantels, marble surrounds and screens.

A Leading InstallerĀ of Gas logs, Inserts, Stoves, and Fireplaces

Gas fireplace installationIn addition to beautiful fires, some natural gas fireplaces can produce a substantial amount of heat. If the aesthetic effect of a beautiful fire, rather than heating, is your priority, choose a vented product. If you want substantial heat from the fire as well as the ambiance, the choose a “vent-free” product. We highly encourage you to visit our show room to see the difference between vented and vent-free products. Unless you are thoroughly versed with the differences between the two, this may be the single most important thing that you do.

Maybe your existing gas fireplace needs service? As a licensed gas-fitting company we not only sell gas units, we also service them. And of course, service plans are available to give you that “peace-of-mind” feeling.

Why Get a Wood Burning Fireplace?

Wood burning fireplaces are not as affordable and economical as their gas counterparts. However, they are unquestionably authentic. There is nothing quite like staying next to an open hearth fireplace, and seeing the flames flicker and bounce. When you’re entering a home with a wood burning fireplace, you can recognize it simply from the smell. These are the characteristics that cannot be replicated with a gas fireplace.

When you have a wood burning fireplace, you will also have complete and total independence from your utility company. Getting the fuel and using it is dependent on your decision. It can also be attached to your existing ductwork to evenly distribute heat throughout your home.

A wood burning fireplace can also serve as a cook stove, which would allow for excellent, authentic cooking and even lower utility bills.