Jacksonville Gas Fireplace Installations

Warmth You Can Count On

Everyone loves the warmth of a cozy fire on a cold winter's night; however, the traditional method of burning wood logs carries the risk of numerous problems, from sparks and smoke in the room to wood chips on the floor to the hazards posed by a dirty chimney. There is a solution. Propane gas logs eliminate most of these problems and are much better for the environment. Additionally, propane-based fireplaces can easily be turned on and off with a switch or remote control and will heat a room more evenly and efficiently than its wood-burning counterpart.

Low Maintenance

Propane gas log fireplaces require little or no maintenance. This means no more sweeping ashes and no more soot-stained walls.

Safe for the Environment

Propane gas is a non-toxic, EPA approved alternative energy source. According to the EPA, 30 wood burning houses emit more air pollution than 300,000 homes using gas logs.

Energy Saving

By using a gas log fireplace to heat the main living area or your home, you can lower your thermostat and save potentially 20% to 40% on your energy costs.

Patio Heaters

Patio heaters can extend your outdoor living season and offer a great deal of flexibility. Most units include adjustable temperature controls and safety features and provide up to a 20-foot radius of heat. Patio heaters can raise outdoor temperatures between 10 and 30 degrees, allowing you the outdoors year-round.

We sell and install a full range of fireplace products from RH Peterson and a variety of other manufacturers. Click the link below to explore the full manufacturer's catalogue and then give us call or email sales@griffisgas.com to review your options and set up an appointment.

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Safety Tips

Tip 5: Don't run out of gas!

Serious safety hazards, such as fire or explosion can result. If your storage tank gets empty or depleted, air and moisture can enter. This can cause a build-up of rust inside the tank. Rust can decrease the concentration of the odor of propane, making it harder to smell. If your propane tank runs out of gas, any pilot lights on your appliances will go out. This can be extremely dangerous if not handled properly.