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If you need to keep warm during the harsh Nashua Winter but don’t want to spend a lot on expensive oil or electric heaters, you may find what you’re looking for with our stoves, fireplaces, and inserts.
Nashua Stoves and Fireplaces
Stoves are standalone heaters that are installed to a smaller area than a fireplace would require and come in a variety of styles, colors, and finishes to match any room or lifestyle. Stoves typically feature a forced exhaust to remove fumes and smoke from the home. A stove can give your home a regal look and a comforting feel that other heating solutions just can’t match.
Fireplaces add a certain atmosphere to your living room or den that a stove just doesn’t quite provide. Choose from a variety of mantles and finishes from leading brands.
You can choose from three types of fireplaces:
- The wood fireplace: The traditional fireplace that burns chopped wood, paper, or kindling. These fireplaces DO REQUIRE a chimney, either a prefabricated chimney or a masonry chimney. Our fireplaces are much more efficient than most masonry chimneys because the heat goes in the room, not up the chimney.
- Gas fireplace: Gas fireplaces do not require a chimney and can be controlled by a thermostat. They are also more efficient than wood-burning fireplaces.
- Electric fireplace: Electrics give off less heat than either wood or gas fireplaces, but can be used year-round to give off the illusion of burning wood so you can keep that fireplace atmosphere going even in the Summer.
Nashua Fireplace Inserts
Let’s say you already own a fireplace but don’t want to deal with the high cost of running one. An insert can give you the same heat and atmosphere for much less.
A Fireplacce Insert in essentially a stove that fits into a fireplace and burns wood, gas, or pellets like regular stoves. All inserts are EPA certified, meaning that you have complete assurance of clean burning and efficient stoves with up to an 80% efficiency improvement over your fireplace without the insert! You can even use your existing chimney for exhaust with an installation of protective lining.