Chimneys Plus Fireplace Planning Homework Request
Fireplace Planning and Decision Making Process
Greetings! And thank you for inviting our assistance and for participating in our Fireplace Planning Process.
The information that you provide will help us prepare a Fireplace Installation Plan for you and your family.
Best Phone Number for our Fireplace Planning Expert to call.
Take Chimney Pictures of the INTERIOR of house and EXTERIOR of house.
TWO INTERIOR PICTURES—of your fireplace or the area that you want a fireplace.
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TWO EXTERIOR PICTURES - from the ground: (no climbing thank you) Include your house with your chimney–back, side, or front (or whatever makes sense with your home)
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Your answers to the following questions will help toward developing the most realistic plan, with the best chance of lasting enjoyment:
#1 Tell us about your existing fireplace or appliance (check all that apply)
Existing masonry fireplace
freestanding woodstove or applicance
Existing pre-fab fireplace
New Construction or Remodel (blank slate)
#2 How Long have you lived in this home?
Just bought the house
Less than 1 year
6 or more
#3 What is the SPARK that has prompted you to start exploring the idea of a new fireplace?
My current fireplace doesn't work and I think it is a good time to explore my options
My current fireplace works but is I am not happy with it
I don't have a fireplace and am wanting to put one in
I have a fireplace but want another one somewhere else in the house
I was told that my current fireplace needs lots of work and I want to explore repairs
It's not about function as much as it is about how it looks, I am not happy with the way it looks
#4 How would you like for this fireplace to perform?
Heat is a priority
High Efficiency is important
Convenience-easy to turn on and turn off
I want a big open flame
Heat is not a priority
I am looking for an alternative source of heat in case of a power outage
I want this to supplement my central heating
This room is cold and I would enjoy the room more if I had heat
I want this to be my main source of heat
I don't mind the way it performs I just want a more updated look
#5 What type of fuel are you considering?
Not really sure yet. That's why I am calling you guys
Keep it the same, no change desired
#6a Is gas currently piped into your fireplace?
#6b If no, should we consider sizing the gas line for any additional indoor or outdoor gas appliances, such as stoves, fire pits or gas grills?
I would like to talk more with you about this
#7 What do you want this fireplace to look like?
Elements of both contemporary and traditional
As large as possible
It must fit into the space that I have
Add an image that you prefer your fireplace to look like. Google Images? OPTIONAL
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Add an image that you prefer your fireplace to look like. Google images? OPTIONAL
Upload a File
#8 Do you have some appliances already on your radar that you particularly like?
None, I am just starting my search
Yes, I have seen your website and have some that I like
I already have an appliance picked out and want you to look at the installation.
#9 What is your time frame for this project?
In the next 30 days
In the next 90 days
Before winter/ fireplace season
Long range project
Planning Stages Only/ Unsure
#10 How often do you plan on using your new fireplace?
Almost daily during the season
1-2 times a week
Special occasions only
#11 Ballpark cost expectations are very helpful to keep the project plans realistic. WHAT COST EXPECTATIONS DO YOU HAVE?
$10,000 - $15,000
#12 Would you prefer talkIng to one of our fireplace consultants before or instead of a site visit?
Yes, I actually prefer to talk to an expert RATHER THAN meet for the site visit.
Yes, a phone call would be helpful PRIOR to the scheduled site visit
A Virtual Site Visit with Google Duo or FaceTime would be helpful
No, I am fine waiting until the site visit .
We will review your completed homework
We will send you a Pre Visit Summary from one of our Fireplace Planning Experts
We will see you at the Scheduled Site Visit
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