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Looking for a way to add value to your home? Want to have an alternative source of heating in case of an emergency? If so, wood fireplaces are your best bet, because they can be used when the power goes out to help keep you warm. They also increase the value of your home significantly, which means you'll recoup the cost when it's time to sell. Find out how much it would cost to build a new fireplace by using the form you see below.► Click For Free Wood Fireplace Quotes ◄
Wood fireplaces can be placed in any room of your home to provide comfort and ambience. A two-way fireplace would be ideal between your kitchen and dining room, because you could use it for cooking, and then relax and enjoy a delicious meal next to the cosy fire. A wood fireplace in your living room is the perfect spot for curling up with a good book or relaxing and watching a movie. Outdoor fireplaces make the perfect gathering spot for entertaining in on chilly evenings.
Average wood fireplace costs depend a great deal on the size of the unit and the material it is constructed from. Natural stone fireplaces may cost more due to an unavailability of materials, making brick and concrete structures more economical. Wood fireplaces with especially tall chimneys cost more to build, simply because more materials and labour are required. Local building codes and homeowner association requirements can affect the cost as well.
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Q. How much does it cost to install a wood fireplace?
A. The average cost to install a wood fireplace is around £1500, although the price can vary significantly. For instance, factors that will play a part include whether the fireplace will be installed with a room that already has a chimney or whether one will need to be built, the size and type of the fireplace, and what features the fireplace will contain (such as being connected to the gas line for an additional fuel source). Itís a good idea to speak to one of the professionals through the free, no obligation quote form on our website to find the cheapest option.
Q. Is it okay to burn waste inside a wood-burning fireplace?
A. No, this should be avoided as it could cause creosote to build up inside your chimney and increase the risk of fire. To prevent house fires, you should burn only firewood, and have your chimney professionally inspected once a year. If you have any more questions, donít hesitate to ask the professionals in our network by filling out the form on this webpage.
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