Wood-Burning Fireplaces Installs | Zero-Clearance Fireplace
Black Moose Chimney & Stove of Antrim, NH, performs expert fireplace installation and service for homeowners in Manchester, NH, Amherst, NH, Swanzey, NH, Henniker, NH, Peterborough, NH, Jaffrey, NH, and all of south-central New Hampshire.
It’s hard to beat a roaring, crackling real wood fireplace for getting cozy on a cold winter’s night. It helps if the fireplace in question pushes plenty of heat into the room, something that traditional masonry fireplaces don’t do very well. If the complete fireplace experience is important to you, consider the modern zero-clearance (ZC) wood-burning fireplaces available today that provide both stunning ambience and plenty of heat.
ZC wood fireplaces in the Regency brand line are perfect examples of this. Adding one to your home is far easier than building an open masonry fireplace and chimney – in fact, Regency fireplaces don’t even require a chimney as they come with their own sturdy steel vent pipes.
8 Reasons You Should Consider a Powerful Zero-Clearance Wood Fireplace
1. The heat you want: With a new wood fireplace, you’ll enjoy heating efficiency ratings of up to 77%. This rating tells you how much of the heat your appliance creates will be used as heat inside your home. (Traditional masonry fireplaces, by contrast, carry ratings in the neighborhood of 20% or less.)
2. Amazing good looks: Today’s zero-clearance fireplaces come in a variety of lovely design styles that instantly add a touch of elegance to any home. Large, glass-protected fireboxes make the playful flames easily visible from almost anywhere in the room.
3. More complete burns: The technology in modern ZC wood fireplaces allows logs to burn cleaner and more completely, which means longer-lasting fires, more heat and fewer emissions going into the outside air.
4. EPA-certified, eco-friendly: Speaking of clean burns, your new fireplace will meet all Environmental Protection Agency standards for emissions. On top of that, wood is a naturally eco-friendly fuel that produces no more emissions when burning than it does when decomposing in its natural state in a forest.
5. Safety first: With their sturdy construction and heavy insulation, ZC wood-burning fireplaces are safe to install in close proximity to walls, home insulation and other building materials. The intense heat is totally self-contained for worry-free operation.
6. Zone-heating: Thanks to a straightforward installation process, a new wood fireplace can be installed in many different rooms of your home for excellent zone-heating. If you’ve ever dreamed of having a lovely fireplace in your bedroom or kitchen, your dream just came true.
7. Relaxing ambience: For socializing, entertaining or just hanging out, nothing exudes as much ambience as a real wood fire burning slowly in a beautiful fireplace. If you want a guaranteed mood-setter that you’ll enjoy year after year, a wood-burning fireplace from Regency is your best choice.
8. More options: You can bring even more excitement to your hearth area with a gorgeous brick, tile, stone or faux stone surround, a classy raised hearth and an attractive mantel. These are great ways to achieve a stunning centerpiece with your fireplace as the focal point.
Wood Fireplace Installation
We’ll help you select the perfect fireplace for your heating needs and aesthetic requirements. Our team will then professionally install your new appliance according to all safety specs and building code guidelines.
Black Moose installation technicians are certified through the Chimney Safety Institute of America, and our company is a member of the National Chimney Sweep Guild and the Northeast Association of Chimney & Hearth Professionals. When we do the work, you know it will be done safely and correctly the first time.
Black Moose Chimney & Stove serves all of south-central New Hampshire including Hillsborough, Cheshire, Merrimack, Sullivan and Western Belknap counties. If you’re ready for all the benefits of a new, powerful wood-burning fireplace, we’re ready to help. Give us a call at (603) 525-7905.