Ah gas fire, all the beauty and none of the mess!
Convert your existing inefficient, hard-to-use fireplace and update its style and function, all at a fraction of the cost of a remodel.
What's a fireplace Insert?
Many homes have a fireplace. Some are made of stone or brick, and others are made from metal. A fireplace insert "inserts" into an existing fireplace and changes its look and sometimes the fuel the fireplace uses. All inserts increase the efficiency, comfort, value and aesthetics of your existing fireplace without the need and expense of a major remodeling project.
How much do inserts cost?
Inserts start at just under $2000 and go up to around $5000. Installation costs may vary and can be very difficult to DIY, so it pays to consult a hearth professional before converting your fireplace. Average insert cost with installation and taxes is $4500.
My Hoosier Hearth offers free in-home consultations with a certified hearth design specialist.
Vented inserts use your existing chimney to bring in air, burn it, and send the bad stuff back up your chimney. The advantage of this is that you get very realistic flames, excellent radiant heat, and prevent air from flowing in and out of your house, increasing overall home efficiency.
Vent-Free gas inserts from My Hoosier Hearth take all the efficiency and convenience of a gas appliance and easily transforms your existing fireplace into a place of warmth and beauty, all without having to hassle with venting.