We currently have part of our finished basement floor and ceiling ripped up to do a water damage accident. We weren't ever planning on renovating but since this has happened we've been thinking that now might be a good time to add a gas fireplace. The gas line is on the opposite side of the house. What's an approximate cost to run a gas line across and install a direct vent fireplace? Also, is it better to install it before or after the damage is repaired?
Choosing a fireplace is much different than choosing a furnace or air-conditioner. These items are just pulled from a box and installed. A fireplace is not only a source of heat but a focal point in a room that has to be pleasing to the eye. For this reason you choose different components. Thus, the price can vary. Running the gas from the supply to the fireplace will also be an added cost.
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some benefits of electric fireplace:
try not to consume up much room
a lot of customization alternatives accessible
practical warming arrangement
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