Summer Is the Season for Fireplace Additions

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Summer Is the Season for Fireplace Additions

If there’s one thing that you think about during the summer, it’s… probably not getting a fireplace installed. In fact, there are probably very few home updates or additions that are further from your mind when heat indexes top 100 degrees and the sun is beating down. Just because you’re not thinking about a fireplace doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be, though.

Fireplaces add a mix of beauty and function that few things can top. And as weird as it sounds, the summer might just be the perfect time to install a new fireplace or update an old fireplace that’s already in your home. There are several reasons why this might be true, so here are a few things to think about if you’re considering a fireplace addition this year.

Benefits of a Fireplace

There are a number of benefits to having a fireplace in your home. Not only is there something comforting and even romantic about having a live fire going, but it also gives you a good source of heat and light that is typically still accessible even if the power gets knocked out. This can be very useful during the winter, especially if you live in an area that’s prone to severe freezes or heavy snow and ice that can damage power lines.

Depending on the type of fireplace you have, they can also be very eco-friendly. Wood-burning fireplaces can provide a bit of energy independence as well, allowing you to use a fuel source that you might be able to gather yourself instead of having to rely on utilities that will drive up your electric or gas bill. Even if you have a gas fireplace, though, it may still provide you with a cheaper option than some electric heat sources, and you’ll have a much greater amount of control over how much the fireplace is used.

Fireplaces in the Summer?

While it might seem like a strange idea to install or upgrade a fireplace in the middle of summer, there are a few reasons why this might be the best time to do so. One of the biggest is the fact that summer is the off season for fireplace installers, so you can usually get pretty quick service for installations, upgrades, and general maintenance. You’re also less likely to encounter delays because of hard-to-find components or in-demand backdrop materials being out of stock, since there won’t be nearly as much competition trying to get installations at the same time.

Another great advantage to getting a fireplace installed during the summer is the fact that many installers offer sales or other specials to try and keep business moving throughout the slow season. This means that you might be able to save some serious money on your fireplace by getting the work done now, even though you won’t be able to take full advantage of it for several months. Deals and specials will vary from one installer to another, of course, but depending on what you find it could definitely be worth your while to take advantage of an off-season installation.

The Fireplace You’ve Always Wanted

If you want to find a great deal on a fireplace during the off season, the first thing that you need to do is find the right installer. Fortunately, HomeKeepr is here to help. Our app can connect you with fireplace installers and other pros in your area who can install a new fireplace, refurbish an existing one, or make any other remodels or additions that you might want.

The best part about finding the pros you need for your fireplace project through HomeKeepr is that creating a HomeKeepr account is completely free. This means that you can sign up for your account and start using our app to connect with professionals in your area today. Act now and you can be well on your way to getting the fireplace you’ve always wanted at a price that can’t be beat.

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