Getting a new electric fireplace installed is a great way to save on fuel costs and heat your home efficiently. They allow you to quickly and effectively heat individual rooms when heating the whole building isn't necessary, plus they come in numerous shapes and designs. Why not apply for some free quotes today?
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Do you like the look and feel of a fireplace, but don't have a chimney? Are you renting, and want to be able to take your fireplace with you when you move? If so, electric fireplaces could be just the ticket. These fireplaces resemble traditional wood-burning ones, but require no chimney in order to operate. As such, they can be placed anywhere, even in a garage or outbuilding to help keep it toasty warm.► Click For Free Electric Fireplace Quotes ◄
Electric fireplaces come in different sizes and configurations to suit any room. Like regular fireplaces, they also come in different styles, and may have similar features such as a hearth, mantle and folding screens. The only difference is that there is no need to stoke them with wood or clean ashes from them on a regular basis. Instead, you can just plug them in and enjoy the warmth from them almost immediately.
Average electric fireplace costs are normally based on the size of the unit you choose, your existing wiring, and local building codes. In some cases, your floor may need to be reinforced in order to support the weight of the fireplace. If so, the installation will cost more money. Consider having a fire extinguisher and smoke alarms installed at the same time as your fireplace. The additional cost will be nominal, yet could help you prevent a disaster later.
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Right now, you can find out what electric fireplace costs are in your area, simply by filling out the form you see below. After that, compare the estimates you receive in order to find the best deal for your money. You're never obligated in any way, and our service is absolutely free as well. Have the fireplace of your dreams at a price you can afford by contacting us today.
Q. What are the advantages of electric fireplaces?
A. In recent years, developments have been made to electric fireplaces so that they are as aesthetically pleasing to a room as any regular fireplace. The biggest advantage is that they can be easily installed and used in any room of the house as there is no need for a chimney. They are inexpensive to operate and maintain, donít create any mess (such as ash or soot) that needs to be removed regularly, and can be used in buildings where wood stoves or fireplaces are not authorized.
Q. Why should I have professionals install an electric fireplace for me?
A. A professional should install your electric fireplace in order to make sure it is grounded properly and in a suitable location. This will reduce the risk of fire. We have several professionals in our extended network who will perform electric fireplace installation for you at a reasonable cost. Obtain free estimates today by filling out our easy, online form.
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