For Quality Fireplaces, Stoves & Inserts In Dallas/Fort Worth, Call Black Velvet Chimney
Adding a new hearth appliance to your home involves a lot of big decisions — like what type of appliance to get, where to put it, and what type of fuel to choose. Then of course, there’s style, size, etc. But one thing you should never struggle with is the decision to have your new appliance installed by Black Velvet Chimney. For decades, we’ve installed and maintained the fireplaces, stoves, and inserts of our neighbors throughout the Dallas Metroplex area, and we stand behind each and every installation we do. Our team is certified by the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) and we maintain membership with the National Chimney Sweep Guild (NCSG), so you can expect us to be 100% up to date on all trends, codes, and safety practices. With Black Velvet Chimney, you can be confident your new appliance will be installed properly and ready to provide you and yours with years of warmth and comfort.
- Fireplaces — If you’re considering adding a fireplace to your home, you’ll find great options here at Black Velvet Chimney. We carry traditional and contemporary fireplaces.
- Stoves — A stove can be a great addition if you’re short on space or you just love the charm and zone heating that a stove can provide. We carry wood stoves, offering a variety of style options and convenience features.
- Inserts — If you’re a big fan of your fireplace’s look, but not a fan of its waste, an insert is a great option. These wood appliances are beautiful and efficient and essentially eliminate heat loss and conditioned air loss, as well as downdrafts. When professionally installed, the insert is simply retrofitted into your fireplace, so you can still enjoy the look of the fireplace you love — with added comfort.
Do you have a gas or wood burning fireplace?
Do you know whether you have a gas fireplace or a wood burning fireplace? Sometimes it can be hard telling the difference. A wood burning fireplace burns wood as a fuel source but some wood burning fireplaces use a gas starter for easily lighting a fire. Gas starters are typically found under the firewood grate and use a keyed value to control the flow of gas. We recommend having the gas starter on for no more that 10 minutes at a time when starting a fire. Another way to tell if you have a wood burning fireplace is most have an 8 inch or larger damper and glass doors that open so you can insert your firewood.
A gas fireplace on the other hand will typically come with ceramic logs or fireglass depending on the style. If you have a direct vent fireplace or stove you might find that the glass does not open, this is a clear sign that you have a gas burning appliance.
If you have any questions about fireplaces, stoves, or inserts, or you’d like help with your purchasing decision, please feel free to reach out to us at 817-473-4466 or request more information. We’re here to help in any way we can so you can start enjoying your new hearth appliance ASAP.