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We were having a leakage issue in our basement that was due to moisture in our chimney. The frigid Chicago weather has caused quite a havoc this winter. Lindemann was able to diagnose the problem and ... - Steve M. (Chicago, IL)
My experience with Lindemann was excellent. They came out and did what no one else could. Mine was a smoke issue. After having a fire the entire house would smell of smoke. I could have hung pork bell... - Frank F. (Mount Prospect, IL)
These guys are great! We had our chimney inspected/cleaned by Jim who was extremely knowledgeable and super nice! Definitely recommend these guys! And free wood with the chimney cleaning! Super! ... - Steve S. (Chicago, IL)
The ambience of gas burning fireplaces and stoves has greatly improved in the last five years and as a full chimney service company, Lindemann Chimney Service is ready to provide you with answers to all of your questions.
Gas logs of yesteryear used to have a primarily blue flame. Now they are engineered with a flickering yellow flame, and the convenience of a remote control. As a result gas hearth products has fast become a popular option for homeowners.
A standard woodburning fireplace can be retrofitted for gas logs. We can run a gas line and install a realistic set of gas logs, such as the Texas Stack by Golden Blount, below. We have basic on/off remote controls, thermostatic remotes and remotes that let you vary the flame height with a push of a button.
Interested in some decorative features to go with it? We can install a controlled Ember-Bed Burner, which extends the look of glowing embers in front of the log set for realism like in the Split Series by Golden Blount, below.
So if you are tired of dealing with dirty wood and wood ashes and desire instead the convenience of a push button remote and the openness of a gas log set, give us a call and we will be happy to talk to you about your options.
Check back for our next blog about gas burning insert stoves that fit into your fireplace.
Posted by Karen Stickels Lamansky, Author of Design Ideas for Fireplaces, Published by Creative Homeowner Press