Fireplaces can instantly transform a place. They can bring a sense of comfort to your space. Fireplaces are also an energy-efficient and cost-effective solution to heat a residential or commercial space.
There are numerous fireplaces to choose from to fit your needs and lifestyle. From wood-burning to gas to electric, you’re guaranteed to find a high-quality fireplace within your budget.
At Dreifuss Fireplaces, we’ve provided fireplace solutions to our customers in Pennsylvania for over 100 years. We work closely with our customers to helpthem create a welcoming ambiance in their space.
We partner with commercial customers across the Delaware Valley. Our engineers work with general contractors, project managers, architects, and developers at every stage of the design and installation.
Need help designing your new build? We’ve got you covered. Our fireplace experts can get started in the early stages of planning and development. We will help with conceptual fireplace design all the way to the fireplace installation.
Some of the most common buildings we install fireplaces include hotels, shopping malls, spas, and golf courses.
Whether replacing an old fireplace or having your home built from the
ground up, we’ll assist you in finding the right fireplace solution. Fireplaces are an excellent, cost-effective way to keep your home warm while creating a cozy atmosphere.
Dreifuss Fireplaces carries a wide range of fireplace styles. Some customers prefer the modern looking details while others want a traditional fireplace. Whatever your design aesthetic is, we’ll find a fireplace that fits seamlessly into your home.
From custom homes to townhouses to condos, we partner with builders to provide innovative solutions for their fireplace needs. We invite the builder’s
clients to visit our showroom. At our showroom, they can pick the fireplace and finish they want.
Once the builder’s client has picked a fireplace, we’ll work with them and the builder. Our installers will ensure that the fireplace gets installed in the client’s new residence so you can focus on the rest of the project.
We’ve been selling and installing fireplaces in Pennsylvania since 1876. Our staff has 100 years of combined experience.
Our installers and technicians are NFI-certified, insured and experts in their craft.
Learn why our customers travel for hours to work with the professionals at Dreifuss Fireplaces.
At Dreifuss Fireplaces, we carry multiple types of fireplaces.
The type of fireplace you choose depends upon your design preferences and the build application.
Visiting our showroom in Philadelphia is the ideal way to find the right fireplace for you.
Traditional fireplaces include a hearth made from metal, stone, or brick.
They’re traditionally wood-burning and have been around for centuries.
Linear fireplaces are contemporary and modern in style.
They’re rectangular shaped and typically get installed inside of a wall.
These are an excellent option for those looking for a sleeky,
Power vent fireplaces enable you to have a gas fireplace installed almost anywhere. The vents can be zigzagged throughout the walls of your home in any pattern or direction. Don’t have a direct path to an exterior wall or roof line? Power Vent may be the solution.
We carry a variety of custom fireplaces which are truly unique.
These include electric, ethanol, outdoor, and glass fireplaces.
A wood-burning fireplace is a firebox that gets framed into a wall.
They don’t require chimneys. Wood-burning fireplaces use venting
like fireplace inserts and wood stoves.
Get in touch with us by calling 215-924-3500.
You can also visit our showroom at 6610 Hasbrook Ave. #1 in Philadelphia.
Explore our collection of high-end fireplaces. If you know what you need,
or need a little help finding the right design, we can help.
We have a wide variety of gas, wood and electric fireplaces to meet any space design.
Our fireplace experts will head to your location at a time that’s convenient for you.
We’ll inspect the installation area and confirm it is properly prepared for your new fireplace.
Our team will review all aspects of the project with you, place your order and set a delivery date.
Our certified technicians and installers will handle every aspect of your fireplace installation.
The installation process might take a few days, depending on the project’s scope.
You’ll be kept updated throughout the entire process.
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Dreifuss Fireplaces is here to assist you with finding the best fireplace for your space.
Come by our Philadelphia showroom or contact us to learn about our fireplace installation services.
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6610 Hasbrook Ave. #1 Philadelphia, PA 19111
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No matter where you are in the process, our team of expert designers, engineers and sales staff are ready to help you.
Give Dreifuss a call at 215-924-3500
Let us help you design the fireplace you’ve always wanted.
No stress or hidden fees.
We’ll design the perfect fireplace for your home or business and provide you with plans, CAD drawings, ductwork and installation guides.
We can even work directly with your architect or builder to save you time.
We’ve installed fireplaces in some crazy places! Rooftops, barns, and even the side of a cliff.
If you have a difficult application, don’t worry, our engineers are here to help!
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