At last, the colder months have come to an end, but the joy of spending time fireside hasn’t. Odd as it may sound, but summer is in fact the best time of year to plan for you a fireplace. Whether you’re looking to add a new insert or retrofit an existing project, it’s perfect time to let your imagination fly and get started incorporating a HearthCabinet Ventless Fireplace into your design plans. And we will tell you why:
- Take time to choose your design
Our architect-led team of designers works one-on-one with you to truly customize the HearthCabinet to meet your needs. From stainless steel to bronze to colorful powder coated steel as well as custom hand-applied finishes, we encourage you to take time to pick your dream design from our array of choices.
- Have your handcrafted fireplace when you want it!
Each and every HearthCabinet is handcrafted in Brooklyn to ensure the highest quality possible. Planning early with us lets you avoid peak season, getting you ready with a warm and cozy ventless fireplace before the first cold snap arrives.
- Extend your summer with an outdoor fireplace
Even during summertime, you can celebrate amongst the greenery and blossoming flowers with an outdoor fireplace. Our stainless steel fireplace is perfect for outdoor use, shown below.
Or go for the powder coated options and enjoy a pleasant amount of warmth for the night chill, like this one.
HearthCabinet’s versatile design options also allow you to insert candles in our custom holder. Sage and elegant, they are perfect for this time of year when a lower temperature flame might be just right for you.
Our free-standing fireplaces do not require a mantel or a surround or connections of any kind. Secure your HearthCabinet virtually anywhere in your patio or backyard for an ultimate staycation.
Call us at (212) 242-1485 or visit the Contact page today to start off your fireplace plans. We’d also love to welcome you into our flagship Manhattan showroom in Chelsea, or make an appointment for you to see our ventless fireplaces in DC, Chicago, or Short Hills, New Jersey.