We Now Sell & Service Gas Logs, Gas Fireplaces, Gas Stoves & Gas Inserts!

Here at Owens Chimney Systems, we work hard to ensure that our customers have access to all of the best chimney and hearth products in the industry. And as part of that effort, we’re proud to now offer our customers the best in gas fireplaces, gas logs and gas inserts from Regency and Hampton. If you’ve been considering switching to gas, read on!

Why Opt For Gas?

Gas appliances and gas logs are becoming more and more popular with each passing year. Why? Because they’re convenient and clean! With a gas appliance or log set, gone are the days of chopping and drying or buying, stacking or storing, and hauling wood to keep the family warm.

Gas fireplaces, stoves, and inserts have a direct fuel line, which means that in order to enjoy a warm, relaxing fire in your gas appliance, all you’ll have to do is flip a switch or push a button. That’s particularly great news for those who lead very busy lifestyles and simply don’t have the time to build and stoke a fire or wait for the fire to die out before leaving.

Close up of gas fireplace logs with fire burning in a brick fireplace

Gas appliances also burn clean (good news for the environmental-minded folks), and can even be enjoyed when the power goes out. That means that even during a bad snowstorm, you and your family can stay warm and dry in front of your gas fireplace or stove.

Concerned about the look of the fire itself? Modern gas appliances are designed to provide incredibly realistic-looking flames, and many gas log sets are hand-painted and molded after real wood logs. We’ve seen some pretty impressive ones here at Owens Chimney Systems!

Vented VS Vent-Free – Which Is Best For Me?

When shopping for a new gas appliance, it’s important to consider whether you want a vented or a vent-free appliance. Here are some of the major differences to help you decide:

  • Vented models typically have a taller and more realistic-looking flame than vent-free models.
  • Vented models do not require a CO monitor and most smell goes up the chimney.
  • Vent-free models typically have a slightly higher heat output and use less gas.
  • Vent-free gas appliances and logs don’t require a working chimney, whereas their vented counterparts do.

If you’ve been considering a new gas log set, fireplace, stove, or insert, but aren’t sure whether vented or vent-free is the way to go – we can help. Our technicians can evaluate your situation and preferences and help you determine which gas appliance will best serve you and meet your needs. Start shopping for your new gas fireplace, gas insert, or gas stove today!

Chimney technician inspecting lit fireplace logs in fireplace

We Don’t Just Sell The Finest – We Also Service Them!

Even though gas is a clean-burning, relatively low-maintenance fuel, gas appliances and log sets still need to be regularly inspected, cleaned and serviced to ensure that they are working properly and as safely and efficiently as possible. Whether you need your gas appliance or log set installed, gas fireplace repairs, maintenance, or replacements, you can count on the technicians here at Owens Chimney Systems.

For more information on our gas fireplaces or to schedule an appointment, please give us a call at 704-554-9595. We look forward to serving you!


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