A fireplace is a great focal point in any room. That’s why it’s important to choose a fireplace and mantel that will enhance the character of your Upstate New York home. Add warmth and ambiance to your home with a fireplace installation from MIG Building Systems. What are some other benefits a fireplace could add to your home?
A fireplace adds warmth and comfort. What’s better than the comfort of a soft, warm fire after a long day at work or a fun afternoon in the snow? A fireplace can turn an ordinary living room into a peaceful place to relax.
A fireplace makes for eye-catching decor. Fill that blank wall or empty spot in your living area with a new fireplace. Adding a new focal point in your home will invite guests in and entice them to stay!
A fireplace represents togetherness. The crackling of a fire can invoke nostalgia and allow you to think back on a simpler time. A new fireplace creates a comforting environment where memories can be made.
A fireplace increases your home’s resale value. If it comes time for you to move on from your current home, you can count on a fireplace to help you gain more on the market.
We install a wide range of fireplaces, including:
Get a quote for your fireplace installation in the Rochester and Syracuse, NY area today by giving us a call at 888-397-0988.
Our Fireplace Installation Services
We offer a wide range of fireplace installation services, including:
Direct-Vent Gas Fireplace Installation
With a direct-vent gas fireplace from MIG, you can enjoy the warmth and comfort of a fire at the touch of a button! More convenient than wood stoves and more realistic than electric fireplaces, direct vent gas fireplaces are the easy, efficient way to create a beautiful, cozy focal point for your home.
With our Better Business Bureau A+ rating, annual service plans and NFI-certified installers trained in the latest techniques, you can depend on MIG for a custom fireplace that delivers comfort, convenience and efficiency for years to come!
Gas Fireplace Inserts
Convert your wood-burning fireplace into a beautiful and convenient gas fireplace with a direct-vent insert! You don’t need to spend the money to completely remodel you’re entire fireplace if all you want to do is upgrade to the elegance and ease-of-use of gas. Talk to one of our installers today about putting a gas fireplace insert in your home today!
Vented Gas Logs
Vented gas logs are the most cost-effective way to enjoy the convenience of a gas fireplace in your existing masonry fireplace. Vented gas logs operate with the click of a button and are virtually maintenance free. This is the most realistic substitute for a true wood-burning fireplace.
Make an appointment to explore our showroom and the various fireplace and decor options to see which is right for you and your home, and talk to our specialists today to explore options for designing a custom fireplace to fit your needs.
Mantels & Surrounds
Did you recently install a new fireplace in your home? Or perhaps you’re planning to install a new custom fireplace with a new mantel and surround. If you live in the Rochester or Syracuse, New York area, MIG Building Systems can help.
MIG offers a variety of choices in marble and granite to finish your mantel and give your fireplace the feeling of luxury and elegance.
Visit Our Showroom or Schedule Today!
Improve your home’s ambiance and beauty with a new gas fireplace or mantel today. The experts at MIG Building Systems have the experience, knowledge and equipment to make your installation a breeze, so you can enjoy your fireplace as soon as possible.
Contact us online or by phone at 888-397-0988 to schedule your fireplace installation in the Upstate NY area.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the most energy-efficient gas fireplace inserts?
There are many energy-efficient gas fireplace inserts available. Here at MIG, we have found that Kingsman inserts are among not only the most energy-efficient but also the most attractive.
What is a direct-vent fireplace?
Direct-vent fireplaces are sealed combustion units. Because they don’t use air from your home to operate, the fire is always behind a piece of safety glass, acting as a fireplace screen.