The most common place to install a fireplace is a living or family room, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other places in your home that could benefit from a secondary heat source. The office, kitchen and basement are all areas people are spending more time in, and as a result, are becoming trendy places to add a fireplace.
Cozy Office Fireplace
If you work from home, you likely spend a good portion of your day in a home office. Sometimes, these spaces are relegated to the room above the garage or unused area of the home and can be chilly and plain. By adding a fireplace, you can warm up the space and add a bit of character.
Focal Piece in the Kitchen
There was a time when many kitchens had a fireplace, as it was the main way to cook food. These days, we don’t need to rely on a fireplace for food preparation but one can be installed to personalize the kitchen and add some ambiance.
Warm Up the Basement
Many people with unfinished basements have converted the space to be more functional. Whether it’s to add an extra bedroom or give the kids a space to play, the basement will usually be cooler than the rest of the house. An easy way to provide some extra heat is to install a fireplace.
You can install a fireplace almost anywhere in the house, you just have to know which product is best for you home and specific situation.
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We have over 4,500 square feet of retail showroom space devoted to fireplaces and BBQs. We take the time to understand our customers’ needs and are always prepared to schedule a home visit to help you decide which products are suited best for you.