Kansas City Fireplace Installation
Residential, Commercial & New Construction
- Free Standing Types
- Fireplaces & Stove
- Wood & Coal
- Steel & Cast Iron
- Gas Direct Vent
- Natural Vent
- Built-In Types
- Wood & Electric
- Bio-Mass-Wood Pellet
- Fireplace Inserts
- Direct Vent & B-Vent
We carry a large variety of fireplaces (direct vent, B-vent, wood burning, outdoor and electric) and wood burning stoves to suit any building or home. We professionally install Majestic fireplaces, Vermont Castings fireplaces and stoves, and Country Flame flex fuel stoves and wood burning fireplaces. We look forward to helping you choose a hearth product that meets your needs and preferences.
Henges Insulation & Fireplaces has a comprehensive team of trained professionals with years of critical, hands-on experience. These experts will help you choose the fireplace or insulation best-suited for your home. Our certified installers have undergone extensive training and regular re-certifications and will work with you to get the job done right.
At Henges Insulation & Fireplaces, our experienced team offers nothing less than outstanding customer service. We pride ourselves on our professionalism and competitive pricing. If there is anything we can help you with, please contact us at 913-764-4600 or complete the contact form. We look forward to working with you!
How to Choose a Stove or Fireplace?
You have two choices to make that will determine your final options for selecting a stove or fireplace for your home or business.
- 1) What Style? Free-Standing or Built-In
- 2) What Fuel? Gas, Wood, Coal or Pellet.
Below is a chart that will break down the options and benefits of each. Call 913-764-4600 or visit our showroom to answer any and all questions you may have!
B-Vent/Natural Vent – Natural vent fireplaces are the least efficient. They require a chimney, which allows household air to escape.
Direct Vent – If you are looking for an efficient, vented fireplace, direct vents are your best bet. These do not require a chimney or foundation. These sealed combustion units do not rob your house of heated air. The only thing evident on the outside is a small box on the outside wall or roof. This technology pulls air from the outside to fuel the fire.
Vent-free/Vent-less – Vent-free units supply immediate warmth. These gas appliances are 99.5 percent efficient. They require no venting or flue system, yet do not emit an unsafe amount of carbon monoxide. Manufacturers do not recommend them for small rooms or bedrooms, but guarantee their safety in larger areas.
Electric (no venting) – Electric fireplaces require no venting, making them ideal for locations where gas or wood burning fireplaces would be difficult to install. You can choose a modern or traditional style, and run them with or without heat. Electric fireplaces can keep up to a large space comfortably warm.
Gas (natural or propane) – Gas fireplaces are economical, costing as little as pennies per hour to operate.
Wood – Though authentic wood burners are appealing to many, these units are not efficient. They generally only heat the room they are in. They take the conditioned air from other rooms to burn the wood.
Flex-Fuel (pellet & corn) – Pellets are made from compacted sawdust, wood chips, bark, agricultural crop waste, waste paper, and other organic materials.
Electric – Requires no fuel, simply plug them into a power outlet.