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    Fireplace Inserts

    Fireplace Inserts in Wisconsin

    Do you have an unusable fireplace that you think will be too costly to have repaired? With affordable fireplace inserts, you can breathe new life into your old fireplace and start enjoying all the benefits of this smart and resourceful energy-saving addition. Inserts also can be installed in your existing and functional fireplace to boost its efficiency significantly. No matter what type of fireplace insert you need – whether it’s gas, wood, or pellet – you can conserve energy, live a greener lifestyle, and combat volatile heating costs. Let Alaskan Fireplace help you find the perfect insert so you can start enjoying all the great advantages of your fireplace! We have the brands you trust – Hearth & Home, Harman, Quadra-Fire, Heat & Glo, Heatilator, and more!

    Why Get a Fireplace Insert?

    Inserts are important upgrades, since open-burning wood fireplaces are considered -15 to +15 percent efficient (that’s really bad), exhausting as much as 24,000 cubic feet of warm air to the outside every hour they burn, while drawing cold air in through your home’s doors and windows. Depending on the fuel and model you choose, an insert can increase your fireplace’s efficiency by 70 percent or more – a significant leap from -15 to +15 percent!

    Is Your Fireplace an Insert Candidate?

    Inserts can be installed in most masonry-built and factory-built wood-burning fireplaces. To determine what type of fireplace you have, visit our showrooms and we can assist you.
    Helpful hint: Before coming to see us, take several photos of your fireplace and measure the height, width, and depth (brick to brick) of the inside of your fireplace, and we will help you find the perfect insert.

    Choosing the Right Insert for You

    When deciding on an insert, consider the level of interaction and maintenance you want, as well as style, fuel availability, and desired heat output.
    Gas Fireplace Inserts
    By far, this is the most requested type of insert. Operated by the flip of a switch or remote control, gas inserts burn natural gas or liquid propane, offering the greatest level of convenience. There’s no ash to clean up and no need to feed the fire with wood. When used as zone heaters, gas inserts can often pay for themselves within a few years. There are many styles of gas inserts to choose from.
    Wood Fireplace Inserts
    If you’d rather not part with the crackle and aroma of burning wood, EPA-certified wood inserts are a smart choice. They feature advanced combustion technologies, and some can produce heat for more than 10 hours on a single load of quality wood! Wood is a renewable fuel and because today’s wood inserts have advanced burn technologies, they release minimal pollutants into the environment. EPA-certified wood inserts utilize every possible Btu of wood energy and leave behind minimal ash, meaning there’s less to clean up.
    Pellet Fireplace Inserts
    Pellet inserts are a good choice if your home is heated with liquid propane or fuel oil, and you’d like to reduce your heating costs. Pellet inserts are powerful heaters that are outfitted with state-of-the-art burn technologies and programmable thermostats so you can adjust the heat to your liking. They produce very little ash, and some units have automatic cleaning cycles. Heating with pellets is a green choice because pellets are renewable and made from byproducts like sawdust and wood chips.
    The Alaskan Fireplace Company is your local fireplace insert expert for the Racine, Milwaukee, Kenosha, Gurnee, and Libertyville areas.