The holidays are coming up quick… Is your home missing a certain something special? Complete your aesthetic by adding a wood stove or insert this fall! These heating devices are the perfect addition to any living space, and they add a classic look and feel that simply cannot be beat. Learn more below, then ask the team here at Wells & Sons Chimney about investing in yours today!

Traditional Fuel With More Heatwood stove

The main reason a homeowner might invest in a wood-burning insert or stove, rather than simply use a traditional fireplace, is because these modern set-ups are typically much more energy efficient. You won’t lose nearly as much heat out of your chimney, and your friends and family members will love how much cozier your living space now is.

Not only will you gain more heat, but you’ll likely save on your monthly bills, as well! Meanwhile, you still get the atmosphere associated with using real wood to heat your home. I mean, let’s face it… the smells and sounds of a crackling fire aren’t easy to duplicate, and there’s simply nothing better than the real deal! With a stove or insert, you get the best of both worlds. Real wood-burning fires plus that much-desired efficiency any homeowner hopes for. You can’t lose!

Differences Between A Stove & An Insert

Ready to start working towards finding the right pick for your living space? We can help. The first step will be to decide between a stove or insert. If you already own a masonry fireplace, then an insert will likely be the best route to take. They can be installed into the existing unit, making it an easy transition all around!

A stove on the other hand is free-standing and there is more flexibility as far as where they can be placed. Like an insert, it gives off a tremendous amount of heat, so you’re guaranteed a warm and cozy evening, no matter what! More questions? Ask our experts, and we can help you out every step of the way.

Do You Need An Inspection?

No matter what type of fireplace, stove, or insert you own, an inspection is always necessary before kicking off your burning season. Both the CSIA and the NFPA urge homeowners to invest in at least one inspection per year to ensure your less prone to experience dangerous events like gas leaks, carbon monoxide exposure, house fires, chimney fires, and more.

Let our team set you up right! With our training, experience, and certifications, you can rest easier knowing your fireplace and chimney are in great hands. We love that we can help homeowners in the area feel safer, happier, and more at ease with every passing fall and winter. Give us a call today, and we’ll set something up!