Investing in a new fireplace, insert, or stove this holiday season? Great! Our team is happy to help you out every step of the way. Many know they want a new type of heating appliance but struggle to decide on fuel type. Well, Sleep Easy Chimney Service & Repair offers gas, wood, and pellet options, so you’re sure to find something that perfectly fits your lifestyle, no matter what.
Learn more about the pros and cons of each of these fuel types below. Then count on our CSIA certified team to set you up correctly. Come wintertime, you’ll be enjoying countless nights in front of a cozy fire!
Gas options are great for families with a hectic lifestyle that may not have a lot of time to invest in a new appliance. They turn on and off with the flip of a switch or push of a button. They also don’t require a lot of clean-up, like their wood-burning counterparts do. You won’t be forced to spend time hauling logs and building a fire… just turn the unit on, and you’ve got heat!
Work with us today, to decide between vent-free or vented options. There are lots of styles to choose from, as well, so you’ll be able to find the right pick for your home in no time. And once we’ve got the unit installed, we can perform all your maintenance from here on out! Let’s get started today.
Are you looking to get the full experience from your new heat source? If so, then a wood-burning unit may be a better route for you to take. This traditional fuel source creates a timeless aesthetic that’s hard to beat or duplicate. You can’t top the sounds and smells associated with crackling wood, and many enjoy the process of building and maintaining a fire throughout the evening.
Unfortunately, wood-burning appliances aren’t as efficient as gas or pellet options. This means you might lose quite a bit of heat up the chimney. That being said, there are many great designs to pick from. If you run things right, you’ll get an enjoyable experience from your new fireplace, stove, or insert night after night.
Finally, there’s the pellet option. Our pellet stoves or inserts are easy to load and operate, and they produce a good amount of heat for your home. They also burn clean and for a long time, too, so you aren’t forced to constantly refuel. If this sounds like a great option for you, or if you have more questions, don’t hesitate to contact us today!
We love serving the communities in and around Kansas City. The holidays will be here before you know it, so get our team in right away to handle any and all of your installation needs. The time to call is now!