Let us help you find the perfect gas or electrical fireplace for your home

A gas insert is a metal fire box designed to fit into an existing wood fireplace brick opening.  There are numerous choices and options available when looking for an insert, and the team at Burnaby Grills is here to help every step of the way.  Buying an insert is a long-term decision that will provide years of worry-free enjoyment, and to help with your decision, we’ve assembled some information that every new gas insert customer should know.

Why Burnaby Grills?

There are a lot of great fireplace companies in our industry.  We hope you choose us for our amazing people. We would love you to become part of the Burnaby Grills Family.

Other great reasons why our customers return for our high level of service include:

  • During installation, we will come to your home to show you how to operate your insert and answer any questions you may have
  • We treat your home like our home
  • Burnaby Grills has a full time in-house service department
  • Our technicians are professional, courteous and certified
  • Burnaby Grills is 100% covered by liability and Workers Comp insurance. Any contractor who is not covered and gets injured in a home could go against the home policy.
  • Experience: We have over 25yrs of experience and have installed thousands of fireplaces
  • After any fireplace purchase, you automatically get enrolled in the Burnaby Grills customer preferred program – offering you valuable discounts on your future service requests
  • We focus and care:  Burnaby Grills is your gas insert specialist

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Gas Inserts Frequently Asked Questions

Will the insert fit?

What do gas inserts cost?

Are Monthly Payments Available?

How long does it take to get a fireplace insert installed?

How much will it cost me to run my insert?

I don’t like the brick around my fireplace – can it be changed?

What ‘BTU’ heat output do I need?

Should my insert be the only heat source for a home or cabin?

Do Inserts require electricity?

Are fireplace blowers loud?

If the insert I choose requires electricity – where will the electrical cord be?

Should pilot lights be on or off?

Will the flashing around the insert be flush with my fireplace?

Can my contractor install my new unit?

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