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Getting rid of wood burning fireplace

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Posted by: from Mississauga
1/28/2016 at 5:15:15 PM

I have a wood burning fire place that came with the house I purchased in the Summer. I am not using it and don't intend to. Wondering what are my options to get rid of it? And the cost involved with it. It is in the basement.

Thanks.

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Declan from P.N.L.Masonry Ltd. in Oshawa
Date/Time1/28/2016 at 7:27:12 PM

A wood burning fireplaces comes in handy when the power is out for a week and its minus 32. They are costly to build. And are relaxing to watch. But you can just knock the face off and cover it over.

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Vresh from AccuTemp GTA Inc in Brampton
Date/Time1/28/2016 at 9:13:41 PM

Hello there,

Yes in ur case I would suggest to go with gas fireplace - there is many designs models to choose from. Gas fireplaces would be more safe and also they make effecient as well as more clean look.

Regards

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