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Commercial and Residential Fireplaces Available
Whether you are a construction company, an engineering firm, a business or homeowner, or others, looking to add a fireplace to your Philadelphia home or business design, we got you covered. Dreifuss Fireplaces has a wide selection of residential and commercial fireplaces available to satisfy any style, fit in with any décor, and serve any purpose. Check out our fireplace inventory now!
Linear Fireplaces (Gas) Direct Vent (Gas)
Direct Vent Linear Fireplaces that run on gas offer an impressive look of real wood-burning fireplaces, but without the hassle of gathering wood for the fire. These gas linear fireplaces come with remote control options and can be wall mounted or built within a masonry surrounding. Choose from many styles, such as linear burners with a wide flame appearance or a more modern-looking rectangular view. In any case, you can enjoy the comfort and convenience of an efficient fireplace that minimizes heat loss to keep your room warm.
Linear Fireplaces (Gas) Vent Free (Gas)
Years ago, people relied on fireplaces as their primary heating source. Today, we use fireplaces as a secondary source of heat and their primary use is for the ambiance appearance of a warm, cozy fireplace. Ventless gas fireplaces also referred to as vent-free or unvented fireplaces, use liquid propane or natural gas to operate. When ignited, they offer the illusion of a beautiful wood-burning fireplace. These fireplace types are becoming more popular because they’re easy to use and clean. When it comes to burning gas, vent-free fireplaces are more efficient than vented options and they have fewer fumes. They are also easier to install since they don’t need a flue.
Traditional Fireplaces (Gas) Vent-Free (Gas)
In the past, some argued that vent-free fireplaces are unsafe due to fumes having nowhere to go but inside the room, with the air, we breathe. But, new technology brought us oxygen and carbon monoxide detectors that ensure ventless gas-burning fireplaces release minimal toxic fumes far below the danger levels. These safety measures in combination with easy installation and a good warming source, make vent-free traditional fireplaces an attractive option for new construction homes and remodeling work.
Power Vented Fireplaces
Because of advanced power venting technology, we can now install gas fireplaces virtually anywhere. This fan-powered sleek accessory has slim venting that can zigzag up, down, over, under, or anywhere throughout your home. At Dreifuss Fireplaces, we have an array of power vent fireplaces available with venting options.
Gas Log Sets Vented
There are two different types of gas log sets: vented and vent-free. The type you get depends on whether you are looking for a realistic fire appearance or want a supplemental heat source to suit your needs. Vented gas logs are the ideal choice for those looking for an authentic flame presentation. These gas logs are designed to use with a traditional fireplace that burns wood. They are a mess-free, safe way to achieve the realistic look of a wood-burning fire, and a great alternative to wooden logs. Vented logs feature a natural-looking, full flame presentation. Enjoy an expansive ember bed that helps mimic the soft glow of wood-burning embers that appear in a dying fire.
Gas Log Sets Vent-Free
If you are after warmth, rather than an impressive ambient flame view, you might want to go with ventless gas logs. Although vent-free gas logs may achieve the looks of a real fire, the flames usually appear blue and not as big or authentic as produced by a vented log set. These logs provide an efficient and reliable heating source for your room. They don’t require venting or a chimney, rather than escaping up through a vent or chimney, the heat they produce goes back into the room and circulates. Designed to achieve a smokeless, clean flame, ventless gas logs burn so hotly that almost 100% of the fuel combusts. This is what allows them to operate without a chimney.
Wood-Burning Fireplaces, Stoves & Inserts
Modern wood-burning fireplaces and inserts look like natural fire and offer high efficiency. Thus, they usually have many features and benefits. One benefit of using fireplace inserts is they are a renewable heat source with low environmental impact. Inserts are often placed inside an existing wood-burning fireplace. They can help make improvements to your open wood fireplace. This may include allowing you to increase the wood burning efficiency and heating capacity. while still enjoying the ambiance and warmth of a real wood-burning fireplace.
An electric fireplace is merely an electric heater mimicking a fireplace burning wood, coal, or natural gas. They are often placed inside conventional fireplaces, but you can’t use them for conventional fires after this. Electric fireplaces are like having a natural wood-burning fireplace in your home. without all the hassles that come along with a real fireplace such as setting up, maintaining, and cleaning.
Also known as a bio fireplace, an ethanol fireplace is a type of furnace or fireplace that uses clean-burning ethanol fuel to generate heat. Ethanol is an alcohol-based fuel that produces real flames without requiring a vent or chimney since it doesn’t produce any smoke while burning. Thus, there are no dangerous chemicals to worry about, no smell, and an ethanol fireplace can be installed anywhere in any room.
Glass fireplace doors help prevent cold drafts from flowing in when your fireplace is not in use. They can also improve your fireplace’s appearance by partially hiding the firebox. Many of our fireplaces already have sleek-looking glass doors, but for those that don’t, we have special options available. Contact us about customizing glass doors to retrofit other fireplace model types.
An outdoor fireplace can add warmth and beauty to any outdoor setting, as it provides a place to build a fire outside your home. These fireplaces are often added to a brick, stone, or concrete patio and usually consist of a chimney and a firebox. An outdoor fireplace can turn your patio, garden, or deck into a cozy inviting outdoor retreat. There are many types of outdoor fireplaces, including wood-burning, propane-burning, and much more.
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