Free Standing Gas
Gas stoves offer many of the same benefits of a wood stove, without the inconvenience of storing and burning wood. Gas stoves need to be vented for safety and efficiency. If you are a looking for a safer, cleaner, more efficient heating solution, a gas stove may be the perfect solution!
Free Standing Pellet
A pellet stove is similar to a wood stove. Pellet stoves burn compressed hardwood pellets made from compressed sawdust and waste wood that would typically be dumped in landfills. Pellets create much less ash than wood and give off less creosote, a flammable byproduct of combustion that can cause chimney fires. Pellets also burn hotter and cleaner than wood.
Free Standing Wood
The ambiance of the real flame and crackling wood make wood-burning stoves a popular choice for heating a home.There are a variety of high-efficiency wood burning stoves on the market that have greater efficiency, are cleaner burning, and are powerful enough to heat an average-sized home.
Stoves – Fireplaces – Inserts: What’s the difference?
Mainline Home Energy Services offers home heating stoves that are free-standing appliances fueled by wood, pellets or gas. They can be made of cast iron or soapstone with a closed fire chamber lined by fire bricks and equipped with adjustable air controls. Stoves can be vented through stove pipes, to a suitable chimney or flue.
The fireplaces sold by Mainline Home Energy Services consist of a factory-built metal box with refractory bricks inside. They can be framed into a house without requiring a masonry chimney. We offer wood, pellet or gas fueled fireplaces that are safe, economical and attractive. Our fireplace options are flexible in where they can be located within the home.
A fireplace insert is essentially a stove, gas, wood or pellet product that is inserted into an open fireplace. Mainline Home Energy Services’s fireplace inserts are typically installed into masonry fireplaces, although some models are compatible with prefabricated fireplaces.