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We specialize in installing and replacing gas fireplaces, gas inserts, and gas log sets. Please browse through our recent work, and see the difference a new fireplace can make.

Inserts

Insert with Standard Trim Surround
Here is an example of a typical gas insert installation. The customer has a masonry fireplace and wanted to upgrade to a gas insert. The insert is shown with a standard three sided surround.

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Gas Insert Installed In A Metal Woodburning Fireplace
This customer has a metal, wood burning fireplace – also known as a tin can - and wanted to install a gas insert. The customer also wanted to have the metal trim surround inset into the existing stone work, so we had a custom trim surround manufactured.

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Insert With Custom Arched Surround
This customer has a masonry fireplace that had a freestanding gas fireplace installed. They wanted to update the fireplace and switch to a gas insert. The customer also wanted to maintain the look of the arched opening, so a custom arched trim surround was manufactured.

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Gas Insert With Custom Four-Sided Surround
This customer has a masonry fireplace and wanted to convert to a gas insert. The customer wanted to raise the new insert up within the original opening of the fireplace to replicate the viewing area they had before with the original brass door. A custom four-sided surround was implemented to achieve the look the customer was after.

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Gas Insert With Framed & Resurfaced Fireplace Face
This project started with a normal masonry fireplace. The face of the original fireplace bumped into the living room and had a simple mantel, tile face, and tile hearth. The customer wanted to change the look of the fireplace by extending the structure to the ceiling, widening the structure, and also adding a TV pocket above the fireplace. A substructure was built around the existing masonry following all of the request from the homeowner and new tile was installed on the face, sides, and hearth of the new structure. Electrical, cable, and cable routing tubes were installed to the TV pocket to eliminate any visible cords for the TV and the TV components were placed off to the left side of the structure in a cabinet.

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Log Set

This customer has a masonry fireplace and wanted to upgrade to a gas fireplace. They did not want to have a fireplace that provided a large amount of heat, they were more interested in the ambiance of a gas fire. A gas log set fits this request and was selected.

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Seismic Gas Shutoff Valve

Seismic gas shutoff valves are growing in popularity in the northwest. The seismic shutoff closes the gas supply line to your home after the gas meter. Stopping the flow of gas into your home during and after a seismic event, helping prevent unknown gas leaks or possible damage. We install Pacific Seismic shutoff devices only. Here is a typical view of a seismic shutoff valve installed.

Seismic Shutoff

Seismic Shutoff


Zero Clearance

Linear Fireplace
Here is an example of a linear fireplace. The customer wanted a modern looking fireplace to fit their newly remodeled home and also requested a TV pocket, side cabinets, and a custom metal mantel. Electrical, cable, and cable routing tubes were installed eliminating any visible cables or wires. The TV components are located in the cabinets to the left and right of the fireplace. The fireplace pictured is six feet wide.

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Zero Clearance Dog House
We refer to a fireplace enclosure that is framed to the exterior of the house as a dog house. For this project the customer wanted to add a fireplace on a blank wall between two windows. They wanted to maximize floor space so the structure was framed out to the exterior. They also wanted a modern looking linear fireplace, TV pocket, stone from floor to ceiling, and a custom metal mantel. Electrical, cable, and cable routing tubes were installed to eliminate visible wires for the TV and TV components.

Because the enclosure was framed to the exterior, we had to change the structural framing around the fireplace, frame the enclosure, and add siding and roofing to the new enclosure. After installation was complete, a 75 inch TV was mounted above the fireplace.

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Exterior Dog House

Exterior Dog House


Zero Clearance Frame In
For this fireplace the homeowner had us remove the existing wood burning fireplace from the corner of the room and wanted a new gas fireplace installed square on the wall. The customer wanted stone from floor to the mantel line, TV pocket, and shelving on the side of the fireplace to the corner.

Floor space was not a concern to this customer so we were able to frame the fireplace into the room. Our normal TV electrical package was installed, eliminating visible wires to the TV and cable routing tubes were installed to the open shelves next to the fireplace for any TV components. The customer did not want a pronounced mantel so a simple wood ledge provides a natural meeting point for the drywall and stone. The drywall in the room was repaired, new lighting in the ceiling, the trim and the flooring was patched where the old fireplace sat.

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Zero Clearance Rip & Replace (R&R)
Here the customer had an existing zero clearance gas fireplace but wanted to update the fireplace, tile face and hearth. The existing tile face, hearth, fireplace and venting were removed. The gas piping and electrical were modified for use with the new fireplace and the new fireplace and venting were installed.

Fresh tile was installed on the face and hearth. The homeowner wanted to keep the existing mantel, so it was left in place and touched up after the tile installation.

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