McGrath Refrigeration Heating & Air Conditioning isn't just your local HVAC expert. We also provide exceptional gas fireplace installation, maintenance, and repair services. If you are looking to add an auxiliary heat source to your home or create a comfortable ambiance give your local experts at McGrath a call.
Our Innsbrook Vent-Free inserts feature Banded Brick Liners, a fine mesh barrier screen, and hand-painted ceramic fiber logs on a variable-flame burner. The unique Slope Glaze Burner produces natural flickering flames.
The Innsbrook Insert lights at the flick of a switch to produce consistent, reliable heat, even when electric power fails. Add the convenience of an optional thermostat, wireless wall thermostat, remote control, or thermostat remote control, and enjoy all the comfort of a warm fire without the mess and hassle.
White Mountain Hearth offers the Innsbrook Vent-Free Inserts in two sizes (20,000 BTUs and 28,000 BTUs) so you are sure to find one to fit your existing wood-burning fireplace.
Tahoe Clean-Face Deluxe models feature our Contour tube-style burner, designed to complement the hand-painted ceramic fiber log set, and produce a natural dancing flame.
The Clean-Face Deluxe Fireplace comes with a discreet air distribution channel that eliminates the look of louvers, yet still allows you to operate the optional blower. It features a large tempered glass window that provides an unobstructed view to the log set. Choose an optional liner to customize your fireplace.
Tahoe Clean-Face Deluxe models require 17-3/4, and use 4 x 6-5/8 venting, making them ideal for applications where wall-cavity space is tight.
Designed for in-wall installation, your Tahoe Direct-Vent fireplace can be finished with tile or other non-combustible material, which conceals the outer edge of the fireplace to provide a true built-in appearance.
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is an odorless, poisonous gas formed by a gas furnace or gas fireplace that's not operating properly.
Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include:
If you suspect carbon monoxide poisoning, or if your carbon monoxide detector sounds an alarm, immediately evacuate the home and call 911 from another location. If you do notice a suspicious odor coming from your gas fireplace, call us promptly.