Woodburning Fireplaces | Designer, Architect, & Builder Info
Wood burning appliances have been categorized by their EPA-Certified status since 1990. To be installed in the 6-County Denver Metro Area—plus western Jefferson and all of Clear Creek County—a new fireplace must either be EPA-Certified or have a gas log set installed in the firebox. Modern fireplaces can be installed directly onto a plywood base and are ideal for installation during new construction and remodeling projects. As with all hearth appliances, the ceramic glass in the door radiates the largest percentage of heat into the room. Most fireplaces also have an optional blower system for additional heat circulation. Firebox volumes range from about 2.0 cubic feet up to 4.4 cubic feet and the length of log that the firebox can accommodate ranges from 18” up to 32”. Typical project pricing for a woodburning fireplace installation ranges from $7,000-$13,700 but varies from project to project, based on complexity.
RSF offers multiple sizes and models of wood burning fireplaces with a contemporary look.
Astria has 5 models of wood fireplace with traditional styling.
FireplaceX is a popular brand offering both wood and gas fireplaces with a variety of modern and traditional styles.