Fireplaces, Stoves & Inserts

Our chimney company helps customers with new fireplaces, stoves, insert sales / installation, and service in the Pennsylvania counties of Allegheny, Fayette, Greene, Washington, Westmoreland, Beaver, Butler PA & the West Virginia counties of Monongalia, Marion and Preston WV since 1996. Throughout our history, our technicians have worked on fireplaces, stoves, and inserts. This includes ongoing maintenance, inspections, and installations of these units.

When you need a chimney company that values you as a customer, look no further than Advance Chimney Sweeps. Our family-owned and operated company can provide you with a wide range of services for fireplaces, stoves, and inserts of all fuel types. 

Quality fireplaces being installed in Ross Township & McMurray PA

Types Of Fireplaces

So what are the different types of fireplaces? Let’s start with one of the most common styles across our region. Those are masonry fireplaces. These use brick and mortar both inside and out. From the firebox to the chimney itself, chimney specialists use masonry materials to create the fireplace of your dreams.

After masonry, the next most common type is factory-built fireplaces. These have a similar look and feel to a masonry fireplace. They’re different in how they’re built, but functionally provide the same benefits and ambiance as their masonry brethren. Actually manufactured fireplaces come in wood burning fireplace models, gas fireplaces and electric fireplaces as well.

With both of these types of fireplaces, you have multiple options for your fuel. Our CSIA-certified team can help with your wood-burning fireplace. Likewise, each of our team is also an NFI Gas-Certified expert and can assist with your gas-burning fireplace. Some of these gas-burning units are actually conversions from wood-burning while others were simply built that way from the beginning.

Free standing wood stoves in Latrobe & Mt Lebanon PA

Types Of Stoves

Many homeowners think of the word stove in connection to kitchen appliances. However, the term technically can refer to a heating fixture as well. Wood-burning stoves are popular alternatives in some homes. In some cases, they can even heat a house as large as 3,200 square feet.

These are typically freestanding stoves. These are stylish alternatives to traditional fireplaces and are both efficient and visually appealing options for heating your home.

Finally, another possibility is heating and gas-burning stoves. With heating stoves coming back into vogue, these two options give you alternative fuel choices than a traditional wood-burning stove.

Fireplace inserts for sale in McCandless & Zelienople PA

Types Of Inserts

Some homes also have what’s known as fireplace inserts. There are two types of inserts we offer, including:

  • Wood-burning
  • Gas-burning

Depending on which option you choose, you can save significant money on your ongoing maintenance costs. In addition, inserts are a great way update your old wood-burning traditional masonry fireplace to be more efficient!

Get a new gas log set in Belle Vernon & Smithton PA

Gas Log Sets

Gas logs are manufactured alternatives to burning wood. Typically made from ceramic, these heat-resistant appliances simulate the appearance of wood. Rather than radiate heat, Hargrove gas logs push it into living spaces. Gas log sets come in several varieties that could fit the decor of your home.

One of the biggest benefits of gas logs is that they’re both easy to use as well as maintain. With advances in modern technology, the ceramic gas logs of today look far closer to real wood burning than ever before.

Fireplaces, Stoves, And Inserts in Belle Vernon, PA & Clarksburg WV

The team at Advance Chimney Sweeps has provided decades of high-quality chimney service from the Greater Pittsburgh PA area south to Morgantown, Fairmont and Clarksburgh WV since 1996. Our commitment to customer service has helped to make us the region’s preferred chimney sweep. We’re BBB accredited and a Torch Award Winner. Finally, as a National Chimney Sweep Guild Member, our promise is to take care of your home the way we would expect someone else to take care of ours.

Would you like to schedule an appointment for service? If so, get started by calling our office at (800) 822-2131 or simply send our team a message here to request an appointment.