FIREPLACE REPAIR PROFESSIONALS
A fireplace isn’t necessarily the best way to heat a home, but it is one that comes the extra perks of ambiance and a special sort of comfort. Traditional wood fireplaces were never as popular in the South as they were the North, but currently, gas fireplaces are more popular across the country. The maintenance, upkeep, and dangers of a traditional fireplace and chimney simply aren’t worth the trouble to a majority of homeowners. Gas fireplaces, on the other hand, are more energy efficient, safer, healthier, and provide the same aesthetic qualities of a wood fireplace. But it’s important to remember that even if it’s powered by gas, you’ll still need regular Seattle fireplace repairs to keep it maintained.
Even if your gas fireplace is seldom used, it has to be regularly maintained to continue working properly and safely. When your fireplace needs repairs, you can count on our Seattle fireplace repair specialists to keep it in proper, functioning order. Washington Natural Gas
can fix or replace your gas fireplace with precision and professionalism, so that you can get back to enjoying its comfort and warmth as soon as possible.
Our Fireplace Repair Technicians
Because your fireplace uses gas, there are some health and safety concerns that come along with using it. This means that when you have any work done on your fireplace, you’ll need to be sure you’re getting it from a Seattle fireplace technician that you can trust to do it well. Our professionals have been working in the Seattle area since 1997, and we can guarantee that the service we provide to you will be the highest quality you can find.
Fireplace System Check
Washington Natural Gas has a 16-point fireplace system check to find any problems that may being going wrong with your gas fireplace. This is a great thing to have done before the fall moves in, so that you’re prepared to use your fireplace safely and efficiently when the season moves in. The most important danger you need to be wary of is carbon dioxide, which is incredibly flammable and also poisonous. Our Seattle fireplace repair specialists will look at the following during a system check:
- Check for Carbon Monoxide Leaks
- Inspect Igniter
- Inspect Fireplace Walls for Rust
- Check Pilot Assembly
- Check Gas Valve Operation
- Check for Gas Leaks
- Inspect Temperature Limit Switches
- Inspect Safety Switches
- Inspect Flue Pipes
- Inspect Electrical Switch Operation
- Inspect Electrical Component Wires
- Inspect Glass Door Safety Switch
- Check Blower Motor (If installed)
- Minor Cleaning of Glass Doors
- Test Safety of Operation