Fireplaces, Inserts & Stoves
Looking to give a new look to a old fireplace? Thinking of converting to a wood or gas burning Insert? Maybe a traditional wood or gas burning stove is more your style? Or how about just starting from scratch and designing the fireplace of your dreams? Call the team at AAA Timberline to make it happen today.
Wood Burning Fireplaces
Our FC-F “Dual Fuel” fireplaces and inserts can be either wood or gas burning. The advantage of this unit is that they ONLY require 1/3 of the wood compared to the use of a conventional fireplace, it also will provide up to 50,000 BTUs per hour, and returns up to 250 cubic feet of heat through its built in natural convection system that requires no electricity. When the flue is closed up to 95%, little or no heat is lost up the chimney.
Benefits of gas fireplace inserts
- Our gas fireplace inserts operate even when you lose power
- Gas fireplace inserts can be used in most masonry and prefab fireplaces by installing a chimney liner system
- Gas inserts require little maintenance beyond an annual checkup
- Plus, there’s no ash or creosote produced with a gas-burning unit fireplace insert
Talk to the experts at AAA Timberline about the size of your existing fireplace and what heating capacity you can expect from an insert.
Direct Vent Fireplace Inserts
If burning wood isn’t for you, then you may enjoy the efficiency and ease of a natural gas insert. Flip a switch, enjoy a fire. That’s the key appeal of a gas fireplace insert. You still enjoy real flames, but without the hassles of burning wood. There’ll be no firewood to stack, no bugs in the house and no ashes to clean out.
Direct vent gas inserts today are heat-producing dynamos that use natural gas to power a steady flame. Direct vent fireplace inserts are also extremely efficient! Instead of burning your heated inside air to keep the flames burning bright, it uses outside air to support combustion.
What About Vent-Free Fireplaces?
AAA Timberline is all about safety and as a result we have decided not to sell or install vent-less or vent-free inserts, because in actuality these inserts are not vent-less or vent-free. They are actually venting combustion gases into the living space of your home. Most all quality manufacturers of fireplace inserts do not sell vent-free gas appliances and many states do allow their sale. Those manufacturers that do make vent-free inserts tell you to only burn them for no longer than 2-3 hours in a 24-hour period for safety reasons. That won’t help you much when you lose your power.
Napoleon Ascent™ 36
The Napoleon Ascent™ 36 Gas Fireplace adds ambiance to any room and is perfect for builders and homeowners alike. The shallow depth allows for versatile installations where space is at a premium and is also ideal for corner applications. The clean face design of the Ascent™ 36 maximizes the viewing area so the realistic flames and hand painted PHAZER® log set are enjoyed to their fullest.
Napoleon Oakville XIR4
The impressive XIR4-1 deluxe Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Insert entertains a new level of fire and comfort. The XIR4-1 offers Napoleon’s modulating dual burner system that results in a firebox filled with a stunning triple flame pattern, and allows the option of independently operating the front burner for when max BTUs are not necessary. With up to 40,000 BTUs, an impressive 563 sq. in. clean face viewing area and a multitude of designer accessories, it’s a perfect choice for larger rooms where a passion for luxury is evident.
Napoleon Knightsbridge GDS-60
The Napoleon Knightsbridge™ Gas Stove has always been successful and in popular demand for its solid performance and impressive heating efficiencies. The Knightsbridge™ comes standard with Napoleon’s PHAZER® log set, glowing embers, anti-condensation switch (controls pilot usage for cold climate installations) and electronic ignition with battery back-up. With its larger viewing area and new elegant fine detailing and sleek, more sophisticated outer casting design, the Knightsbridge™ now offers much more than its predecessor.
Gas Log Sets
Napoleon Fiberglow 24
Imagine a fireplace that is ready when you are. With a Napoleon Fiberglow™ 24 Gas Log Set you can have a roaring fire in seconds with just the flip of a switch. There is no work necessary and virtually no maintenance needed. You just turn the fire on when you want it and turn it off when you’re done. Napoleon’s electronic ignition functions even when the power is out or the snow is 2 feet deep! So relax, Napoleon’s got this. An easy update to an old wood burning fireplace. The Fiberglow™ 24 installs easily into your existing wood fireplace opening. Everything needed comes in one box and uses your existing gas lines. No huge renovations.
Chimney liners are a critical part of every chimney, and particularly necessary if you are considering switching from one type of fuel to another. This liner provides extra protection for the interior of the chimney while also preventing poisonous and flammable exhaust gases from migrating through the chimney and into the home.
There are many reasons you may need a new chimney liner system:
- Your current chimney has no liner
- Your liner was improperly installed
- Damage from a chimney fire
- Improper size for updated or upgraded appliances
- Switching fuel source from wood to gas
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Get answers to some of the common questions about fireplaces, inserts and liners from AAA Timberline.
What is chimney relining? Do all chimneys need liners?
Traditionally, masonry chimneys had clay tiles that covered the inside of the chimney. These tiles were designed to seal the chimney structure and direct all the sparks, heat, gases and particles up and out of the home. The problem is that over time, the tiles crack or break due to weathering, heat and freeze cycles, and other factors. Once the breakdown begins, your chimney can become dangerous to use and can require a new lining. Some older chimneys did not even have the tile liners, so they are a real hazard that needs immediate attention.
Chimneys built before 1940 have a high likelihood that they were built without a clay liner. Every chimney needs a liner of some kind that is designed to fit the needs of the fireplace, stove or furnace that is venting through it.
There are many solutions to relining a chimney, the most popular being a stainless steel liner being installed in the chimney space from top to bottom. This flue can also be insulated to increase efficiency and needs to be fitted properly to the chimney using flexible or rigid flue piping. Contact us to find the right solution for your chimney.
Prefab fireplace Inserts - can they be repaired or replaced?
Many newer homes have a factory-built fireplace that is installed in the wall with a framed wall outside the home that contains the venting system. These fireplaces are usually constructed using galvanized steel and last from 20 to 30 years on average. If you see gaps or cracks in the walls of your firebox area, rust or warped panels, you need to have the system inspected and possibly repaired.
If the prefab fireplace insert has reached its limit for use, we can also install a new fireplace insert that can fit right into the existing space. This does require extensive carpentry work in addition to the new fireplace insert, but it can be done with minimal intrusion to the home in a relatively short amount of time.