There’s only one thing better than a nice fire on a cold winter’s night, and that’s a roaring fire that requires no tending, doesn’t leave the rest of the house cold, and requires minimal maintenance on your part. That’s what you can have when you purchase a Regency or Superior gas fireplace, insert, or stove from Appolo Heating.

Gone are the days of lackluster flames and unrealistic logs. Today’s newer and more efficient units burn and look much more realistic with glowing red embers and orange-yellow flames that dance and flicker around ceramic-fiber log sets that are molded from real logs.

Gas fireplaces come in (4) types:

  • New Zero Clearance Built-ins for those who want a fireplace where there isn’t one now. These units can be installed in a new home or retrofitted into an existing home. They will provide reliable heat, while filling your room or home with a mix of warm air and radiant heat.
  • Gas Inserts for those who want to update an existing wood-burning firebox with something more convenient and efficient. These units, like built-ins, will provide reliable heat, while also filling your room or home with a mix of warm air and radiant heat.
  • Freestanding Gas Stoves for those who want a fireplace where there isn’t one now. These units can be installed in a new home or retrofitted into an existing home. They will provide reliable heat, while filling your room or home with a mix of warm air and radiant heat.
  • Log Sets for those that want to update an existing wood burning firebox, but at a lower cost than that of a gas insert. These sets provide the look and convenience of a gas fireplace, but without the efficiency or warmth that a built-in or insert will provide.

Appolo Heating can help you pick the fireplace that’s right for you. We’ll walk you through the key features and options that best meet your needs and taste, while explaining how to get a unit that generates enough heat for your particular space. When the first chill of winter arrives, all it will take is the simple push of a button on your remote control for you to cozy up in front of a blazing fire.