What is a gas fireplace insert?
A gas fireplace insert is a device for converting a standard fireplace into an operational natural gas fire. They are a way of efficiently adding heat to any room and can be inserted into the opening in place of an old stove or fireplace, and they come in a variety of styles and shapes that suit any type and size of home.
Using a gas insert is a convenient way to enjoy the ambiance of a real, lit fire without spending hours chopping logs. These inserts are so popular because they reduce the hassle of burning with wood, provide a warm natural beauty to any décor while complementing your home’s style.
Gas fireplace inserts can be used during any time of year for great outdoor or indoor living spaces. Gas inserts can provide radiant heat to supplement, and in some cases replace, the need for forced-air heating systems. They typically produce only about one-tenth the carbon monoxide of a standard open fireplace with non-catalytic combustible fuel and we have a variety of styles and sizes available to view in our showroom in Chalfont, PA.
What benefits does a gas fireplace insert offer?
Safe & Reliable
Safe & Reliable
Gas fireplace inserts allow the homeowner to take advantage of a natural heat source with minimal safety concerns when compared to wood-burning fireplaces. They burn cleanly and have very low emissions of harmful pollutants into both your home and the atmosphere, making them easier to use for people with allergies or respiratory problems.
If there is ever a power outage, it can provide a heat and light source in your home without any electricity needed! How’s that for reliability!
Modern gas fireplace inserts are incredibly efficient, so much so that many municipalities have adopted them as an eco-friendly solution for homeowners who want to reduce their carbon footprint.
A fireplace insert offers many energy-saving features not found on traditional wood-burning fireplaces. They come equipped with adjustable thermostats to regulate the heat output, available scheduling to keep your appliance on when you plan on being in the room and off when your not, and less than half of the consumption rate of a conventional wood stove. All these features combined make for an efficient way to stay comfortable!
With the touch of a button on your fireplace remote, you can be enjoying warm fires in no time! Turn it up for entertaining or lower when watching TV alone. It’s all at the push of one button thanks to our remote technology and smart features.
Every single model includes a programmable thermostat, controlled flame height adjustment and can be customized to fit your unique needs.
You can program your gas fireplace insert to turn on and off at specific times or maintain a temperature during certain hours. You’ll even be able to operate the fan in any way you like, all with your remote just as if it were an ordinary TV! Come try out the remote in person at our showroom in Chalfont, PA. Contact us today to schedule a visit.
Our Regency Fireplace Products, provide our customers with a top-of-the-line product and come equipped with an industry-leading warranty. Our gas fireplace inserts are handcrafted from premium-grade raw materials and we stand behind the products we sell in our showroom located in Chalfont, PA!
Be sure to register your fireplace warranty with Regency by visiting their registration page and completing the registration process here.
You can also view the manufactures warranty PDF here.
Upgrade Your Look
Gas fireplace inserts are a great addition to any room, giving off the ambiance of an old-fashioned fire and providing heat to any space when it is needed!
Gas inserts are classy and affordable, no matter what your budget. Many people find them to be one of the most desirable features in their homes. A gas insert offers not only the warmth you crave but also sophisticated style while injecting new life into an aging home or dated room. A gas insert is the perfect finishing touch for every home design project, large or small. From traditional designs with oak mantels or wrought iron grill fronts to modern styling with stainless steel surrounds, there’s something available for every taste and budget. You can see these beautiful fireplaces in our Chalfont showroom, come visit us today.
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What does a gas insert look like installed?
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Why choose Estates Chimney for your project?
Today we have eight full-service chimney vans ready to serve our customers. As our products and services have expanded and changed over the years, the one constant is our commitment to service. Our goal is to make your entire experience with us as pleasurable and educational as possible.
Calling Monday thru Saturday, you will speak to a friendly knowledgeable sales/service associate. When one of our installation or service crews enter your home, you will receive prompt, courteous, clean, and professional help. We are proud to offer service to all of Bucks County and Montgomery county.
Regency fireplace installation experts.They do a terrific job of making every installation perfect for each customers home. Always prompt for timing of schedule and sometimes even able to get things done earlier than planned. The office employees are great people and understand the market very well.
I would recommend Estates Chimney. Mike P. was very helpful in explaining the available options, and their showroom contains many solutions. They were able to install our fireplace relatively quickly, and the installation crew was professional and efficient, and did a great job explaining how our gas fireplace worked. I am very happy I selected Estates, and would do it again.
We are located in the heart of Chalfont, PA and enjoy a full showroom to show the beauty of our products in person. We proudly serve Montgomery County and Bucks County, PA.
Our Fireplace Showroom has been Located in Chalfont, PA for the past 40 years.
Below you can see the areas in Bucks County that we provide fireplace insert installs, fireplace insert repairs, and fireplace insert upgrades to: Bedminster, Blooming Glen, Buckingham, Carversville, Chalfont, Danboro, Doylestown, Dublin, Durham, Erwinna, Trevose, Ferndale, Forest Grove, Fountainville, Furlong, Hilltown, Holicong, Jamison, Kintnersville, Lahaska, Line Lexington, Lumberville, Mechanicsville, Milford Square, New Hope, Ottsville, Penns Park, Perkasie, Pipersville, Plumsteadville, Point Pleasant, Quakertown, Revere, Richlandtown, Riegelsville, Sellersville, Silverdale, Solebury, Spinnerstown, Springtown, Trumbauersville, Upper Black Eddy, Warrington, & Zionhill. Please CONTACT US to get help with your project today.
Our Fireplace Showroom has been Located in Chalfont, PA for the past 40 years.
Below you can see the areas in Montgomery County that we provide fireplace insert installs, fireplace insert repairs, and fireplace insert upgrades to: Ambler, Ardmore, Audubon, Bala Cynwyd, Blue Bell, Bridgeport, Cedars, Collegeville, Colmar, Conshohocken, Creamery, Dresher, Eagleville, East Greenville, Fairview Village, Flourtown, Fort Washington, Franconia, Frederick, Gilbertsville, Gladwyne, Green Lane, Gwynedd, Gwynedd Valley, Harleysville, Hatfield, Haverford, Horsham, King of Prussia, Kulpsville, Lafayette Hill, Lansdale, Lederach, Mainland, Merion Station, Mont Clare, Montgomeryville, Narberth, Norristown, North Wales, Oaks, Palm, Pennsburg, Perkiomenville, Plymouth Meeting, Pottstown, Red Hill, Royersford, Salford, Salfordville, Sassamansville, Schwenksville, Skippack, Souderton, Spring House, Spring Mount, Sumneytown, Telford, Tylersport, West Point, Worcester, Woxall, Wynnewood, Zieglerville. Please CONTACT US to get help with your fireplace project.
What questions do you still have about a gas insert?
We are here to help you find answers to your fireplace questions. If you don’t see the answer to your question here please reach out to our Sale Leader Mike Pupo.
Do gas fireplace inserts produce heat?
Yes of course, they are designed to efficiently heat your space. When a blower is added, the area of which the gas fireplace insert can heat increases.
Do gas fireplace inserts need electricity?
Regency gas fireplace insert will continue to operate safely during power outages.
Do gas fireplace inserts need chimney liner?
A direct vent gas fireplace insert is an excellent way to stop cold drafts from entering your home and help prevent warmed air from escaping. Unlike traditional open flue or natural draft gas fireplaces that use air inside of you for combustion, direct-vent insert makes sure there’s always fresh outside element available in order maintain indoor quality–saving money on energy bills too!
Are gas fireplace inserts standard size?
Our fireplace inserts do come in various sizes and we will need to determine which size will work best for your home. Please refer to “How do I measure my fireplace for an insert” question below.
Are gas fireplace inserts efficient?
A Regency gas fireplace insert is the most efficient way to fix cold chimney draft, lower your home heating bill and update the look of a room. It’s also perfect for retrofitting into any existing masonry fireplace.
Are gas fireplace inserts safe?
Yes. Gas fireplace inserts produce. a controlled flame while producing very little CO2 gas and heat your space efficiently.
What brand of fireplace inserts do you install?
We are proud to offer Regency and Mendota gas fireplace inserts.
How do I measure my fireplace for an insert?
Measuring your current fireplace opening is vital to getting a new insert that will work for your home’s specific needs. If you gather the information that is listed below, you will give Mike, our sales team leader, the exact data he requires to help you pick the insert that is right for you.
1) Height of fireplace opening (back):
2) Height of fireplace opening (front):
3) Depth (opening to back wall):
4) Width (back of the fireplace):
5) Width (front of the fireplace):
6) Depth (opening to vent opening):
7) Ceiling height:
8) Location within the room:
9) Wall material:
10) Flooring material:
11) Ceiling material: