Fireplaces are known for adding value to a home by giving it more character and charm. But if your home’s fireplace is old or damaged it could not only be decreasing the value of your home but also costing you more money in utility bills. If you have already requested a fireplace installation in Davis County, here are a few things you should consider when you map out your renovation project. Stage 1: Evaluating The
Many homeowners are already aware of the fact that gas fireplaces are a safer home heating option than their wood-burning counterparts. While gas fireplaces do not produce smoke, sparks, or soot, there are still some basic precautions every homeowner should take to protect their family. As the most reliable providers of gas fireplace services in Davis County, we’ve created a short list of safety tips to help you stay safe and warm all winter long.
While traditional fireplaces have always been popular among homeowners, fireplace inserts have recently gained popularity. As colder weather starts to set in, now is the perfect time to request a gas fireplace insert installation in Summit County. If you’re not familiar with fireplace inserts, then keep reading to learn more about why they have become such a popular home heating option. What is a Fireplace Insert? Simply put, a fireplace insert is a fireproof box
As we enter the colder months of the year, it’s time to start thinking about the best ways to heat your home this winter. With so many options available, you may find it harder to narrow down which style, output, and features you want in your home’s fireplace. But, if you’re in the market for a unit that is easy to use and requires minimum maintenance, a gas burning fireplace may be right for you.
As the cooler weather starts to set in, many homeowners are ready to get a nice warm fire going. But before you spark your fireplace, make sure that you have taken the proper precautions to ensure that your fireplace is operating efficiently and safely this winter. Yearly Inspection & Cleaning   You should have your outdoor or indoor fireplace inspected and cleaned by a professional at least once a year to remove any type buildup.
Although it might seem like yesterday was the start of the summer, there’s no denying that autumn is almost here. And since the colder weather is right around the corner, you’re about to begin using your fireplace more and more. At Croft Fireplace, we understand that your fireplace is the centerpiece and focal point of your room. However, you may want to occasionally adorn it with some seasonal flavor to add character and impart a
We all know the feeling. You walk into a room or outdoor space, and once you lay eyes on it, it renders you utterly speechless but only momentarily, because you spend the next hour discussing it and its incredible appeal. It’s known as a conversation piece, and you can have your very own with an outdoor fireplace from Croft Fireplace.   Adding an outdoor fireplace to a home is an investment and an upgrade, and
As we kick off our first blog, the team at Croft Fireplace Center would like to use this post to introduce ourselves.   Put simply: we are a fireplace retail and design center that supplies gas, wood, and electric fireplaces and stoves for homes and businesses.   However, what we do is also much more than that. Croft Fireplace Center walks you through the whole process of installing a fireplace, from model selection to design