What is a Zoned Heating & Cooling System and How Does it Work?

With heating and cooling technology moving just as fast as computer tech it’s easy to fall behind on the newest and most popular home comfort systems available. One that has been gaining tons of traction in the past decade is “zoned” HVAC. Unfamiliar? We’re not surprised! And we don’t want you to miss out, so the team at Kellermeier Plumbing & Heating is happy to talk to you today about zoned heating and cooling.

Wondering if zoned HVAC might be the solution you’ve been looking for? Contact Kellermeier online now to talk to an expert!

The Basics of Zoned Heating & Cooling

There are a few different applications and system types that create what we in the industry call “zoning”, but no matter which you choose the goals and results are much the same. In the simplest terms zoning aims to give a homeowner better control over temperatures all throughout the home.

These often utilize multiple thermostats interspersed into various rooms, each being controlled independently. Say you want your living room to be a crisp 68, but you prefer a warmer 70 or 71 in your room. Impossible with a standard home cooling system, but easily done with a zoned cooling system.

The Benefits of Zoned HVAC Systems

So what benefits can adding zoning capabilities to your home give you? A bunch, including:

  • Greater comfort control. Precise control over each and every part of the home is a great family pleaser, allowing each member of the household to set temperatures where they feel most comfortable.
  • Higher comfort levels. By homing in on your specific preferences, a zoned system can deliver its workload where it is needed most rather than just pushing out loads of cold air to fill the whole structure.
  • Increased energy-efficiency. When you don’t waste your cooling and heating system’s efforts, you pare down how much energy it needs to consume to get the job done. This can pay you back substantially in energy savings, even over a short period of time.

How Can I Get Zoned HVAC in My Ohio Home?

While many cooling systems can technically be retrofitted for zoning, in many cases the process can be sort of complex and expensive (and often it necessitates a new system in the end). However, there’s a high-class system that we highly recommend that comes with zoning built in: ductless heat pumps and split systems!

Ductless units utilize a single outdoor unit, much like you’re used to, except when it comes to the indoor unit instead of one central, massive unit you have anywhere from one to eight smaller wall or floor mounted indoor units. Each indoor unit houses its own air handler system, and the indoor units can be wired to any number of indoor thermostats, giving you the freedom to have as much zoning as you want.

This is a great way to get the benefits of zoning, the benefits of a modern ductless split system, and the perks that a new installation can bring all in one. On top of it all, a split system provides both cooling and heating, offering you an all in one home comfort solution that can serve you all year long.

Zoned HVAC Services in Ohio

Think going ductless and getting the perks of a zoned heating and cooling system sounds like the right move for you? Whether you’re ready for an estimate, or just looking to learn more, you can call on Kellermeier any time! Contact us online to get in touch, or call (419) 823-9143 to speak with a team member right now!

When Should I Replace My Air Conditioner?

A long-standing question homeowners have—and one we get fairly frequently—is “when should I replace my air conditioner?”

It’s a really good question, and one that has a huge impact on your overall comfort and general home costs. Replacing at the right time can save you a lot of stress and money, while getting a replacement prematurely might not be worth the investment. Want to know when to replace your cooling system? Follow along with the pros at Kellermeier Plumbing & Heating.

When the Air Conditioner Gets Too Old

As a rough average you can expect anywhere from 10-20 years of service from any given cooling system. Some last longer than others, such as a heat pump outliving most systems, but it’s still a good range. Whether or not you actually hit the 15-20 year mark depends a whole lot on the use of the system and whether or not you’ve been keeping up with maintenance.

But at the same time, there’s no “deadline” for cooling systems. Generally, we recommend that homeowners start paying very close attention to their systems when they hit the decade mark. Losses in efficiency, constant breakdowns, and similar complications tend to become very common at this point, and that’s when replacing becomes the best option.

When You Need Repairs Consistently

Taking care of a single air conditioner repair is nothing to fret over. But when you start needing to pay for three, four repairs, and all within the span of a year or two, it becomes another story. Constant professional repairs can get costly in a hurry, so when you notice yourself getting gouged by a consistent need for service, it’s wise to talk to your HVAC contractor about the potential benefits of a replacement.

And When Repairs Are Too Expensive

There are also some certain “worst case” repair issues that just tend to cost a considerable amount of money. Replacing the compressor in an air conditioner often exceeds half of the cost of a new system by itself, and in these scenarios you stand to get more overall benefits and comfort by simply going for a whole new system.

When Your AC’s Energy-Efficiency is Terrible

Energy costs have always been a burden for homeowners, and it seems like every year they rise and rise. That makes the efficiency of your HVAC systems—which on average account for nearly 50% of your energy use—vital.

Do you feel like you’re paying too much on electricity, or have your cooling costs been skyrocketing in the past year or two? If so, it’s time to talk about replacing the unit. Modern cooling equipment has been refined and updated with a slew of efficiency boosting advances, helping you cut costs while optimizing comfort in your Ohio home.  

Home Air Conditioner Replacement in Toledo & Bowling Green, Ohio

Think it might be time to replace your cooling system, or need the input of a trained and certified HVAC technician? Contact Kellermeier Plumbing & Heating online now! Our certified cooling specialists put your needs first, and we offer superior replacements and assessment services.

When Do I Need to Call a Plumber?

So you’ve noticed you have a plumbing problem. Now you’re faced with an important question: do you let the problem sit for a bit and hold off on calling an expert, or do you go ahead and call your trusted plumber? You never want to waste money, of course, but if the problem is bad enough then leaving it to fester is only going to make things worse.

So how do you decide and know “when do I need to call a plumber?” If you’re experiencing one of the situations described below, it’s time to call a plumber.

Plumbing Issues That Require Professional Service

Before we get to the list, it’s very important to tell you that you should call a plumber any time that you don’t know what the problem is. Standing water with no cause, odd noises in the walls, or just something that makes you nervous—call a plumber. If you can’t identify a cause, the problem could be dangerous or costly to ignore!

Otherwise, we would recommend a plumbing professional for these common issues:

  • Consistent clogs. A one-off clog that you can handle with a plunger? A professional is unnecessary here, of course. But if you start encountering a clog in the same place, or even simultaneous clogs, then you need to call a professional ASAP. The problem could lie with a clogged sewer line, or it could be that you need some drain cleaning.
  • Low water pressure. If you’re dealing with low water pressure, first call your water supply or the city supply. If it’s an issue on their end, they’ll be able to tell you. But if it’s just your home you are likely dealing with blockage or a pipe leak.
  • And kind of leak. And on the subject of leaks, any leak at all should be a professional repair job. Leaks are not just inconvenient. They also open up your home to the possibility of extensive water damage and mold infestations, both of which can cost you tons in damages.
  • A lack of hot water. If you get water from the cold tap, but none from the hot, then you obviously have a hot water heater problem on your hands. This will almost certainly need a professional’s tools and knowledge to get figured out.
  • Sewer odors. The smell of sewage is obvious, but some of its effects might be a little harder to detect. Watch out for puddles of foul standing water on your lawn, mold issues in the home or the basement, and for sudden pest infestations. If any combination of these happen, call your plumbing contractor to inspect the drain line.

Keep Up with Plumbing Maintenance to Avoid Costly Repairs

To ensure the best chances of avoding any of the problems detailed above, you need to keep up with plumbing maintenance. Just like a car or your HVAC system, the plumbing works hard to meet your needs day in and day out. Maintenance services like leak detection and drain cleaning can handle problems early, avoiding an emergency plumbing situation or high repair bill.

Contact Kellermeier for Plumbing Repair in Bowling Green, Toledo, and the Surrounding Area in Northwest Ohio

Looking for plumbing repair and maintenance specialists in northwest Ohio? Contact the licensed plumbing experts at Kellermeier! We offer a full list of cost-effective services and solutions for our clients, so if you encounter an issue, just dial (419) 823-9143!


Will a Gas Fireplace Help Me Save on Heating Costs?

There’s a lot to love about adding a gas fireplace to your home. The ambient glow, the bone-deep warmth, and the calm nights cuddled up in front of them—they’re all well-worth the installation! But can a gas fireplace be efficient enough to actually help you save money on your heating costs? We believe that it’s quite possible.

How Can a Gas Fireplace Help Me Keep Heating Costs Down?

You might be thinking about the fact that a gas unit still takes up fuel, so what’s the difference? Well, there are a few ways that a gas fireplace installation can help you save on costs, including the following.  

Providing Cost-Efficient Warmth in Off Months

In Ohio we commonly experience days (particularly during the fall) where it’s not quite cold, but its plenty chilly. It’s not very cost-efficient to kick on your furnace just to dispel a minor chill. But it is very efficient to rely on your gas fireplace for this purpose! Gas units take up a fairly small amount of energy, and far less than a gas furnace or boiler. So this way you get a nice cozy warm fire, and you get to keep money in the bank while you enjoy a low-cost alternative.

Zone Heating Helps in the Winter

Come the actual winter months, the gas fireplace will prove its value yet again. It has long since been proven that zone heating is one of the most efficient methods of keeping your home temperature controlled while keeping costs down. It’s why split systems have become so popular. And you can use your gas fireplace in much the same way.

With a gas fireplace installed in an area of the home you spend tons of time in, like your living room or bedroom, you can enjoy a solid and steady source of heat from the fireplace. This allows you to turn the HVAC system in your home down a few notches, saving you a considerable chunk of change over the course of the season. Remember that each degree a heating system has to be turned up accounts for an average 10% in energy or fuel it has to consume. Whereas in the case of a fireplace, it will only account for a fraction of energy to deliver similar warmth.

And remember, you can get a further boost in efficiency and comfort by turning your ceiling fans to run clockwise!

Choose Kellermeier for Gas Fireplace Installation in Toledo & Bowling Green, Ohio

So a simple fireplace installation nets you warmth, ambience, a great aesthetic addition to your home, and it can save you considerably when it comes to utility costs. A complete win across the board.

Are you interested in learning more about installing a gas fireplace in your home, or are you ready for a consultation? Contact the professionals at Kellermeier Plumbing & Heating online now to get started! We’ve been serving our community in Ohio for over 50 years.

Home Heating Statistics

Deciding exactly how you want to heat your home can be a surprisingly difficult choice these days. Everything from the type of heating system you choose (of which there are now many), to the temperature you set your thermostat can have an impact.

So what’s the best way to know the ideal methods of keeping your home warm? Cold, hard facts! Follow along with the pros at Kellermeier Plumbing & Heating while we divulge some of the most important home heating statistics you need to know.

General Home Heating Statistics

  • On thermostat settings. Each degree you set your thermostat by can account for a 10% or more increase in the energy used by your system.
  • How much you stand to save. Information provided by the Department of Energy suggests that each degree you set your thermostat can save you a minimum of 3% on your heating bill, and upwards of 5% or more.
  • How much heating typically costs. Current studies show roughly 41% of energy or fuel costs being accounted for by home heating equipment, with similar numbers showing for cooling as well.
  • Average annual costs of heating nationwide. The U.S. Energy Information Administration estimated winter household heating costs average $578 for natural gas homes, $1,437 for propane, $930 for electric furnace users, and $1,392 for heating oil users.
  • Furnaces and boilers are the most popular. For home heating, the vast majority of American homeowners use furnaces or boiler heating, with a larger percentage trending toward furnaces. This number is seeing change, however, as heat pumps are rising in popularity.
  • Heat pumps are on the rise. Homes that chose to install a heat pump in Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions, the Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships found that the annual savings when using an air-source heat pump are around 3,000 kWh (or $459) compared to traditional electric furnace heat.
  • Geothermal units are the most efficient on the market (by miles!). The efficiency of a geothermal heat pump (GHP for short) can reach ratings of up to 400%! That’s nearly double an air source heat pump, and triple or quadruple a standard electric furnace.

What Do the Stats Mean?

So aside from being a fairly interesting read, what’s the point to be had in all of these stats? Well, primarily to help you decide what’s best for you! You have to remember that statistics are useful, but overall when shopping for a new heating system installation you have to choose according to your needs.

Do you want something hugely efficient and long-lived like a geothermal unit? Awesome! But are you on a tighter budget? Then an air-source heat pump might be more in the range you’ve been wanting! Statistics are best used to help you gather information and make an educated decision on what meets your comfort needs best, so with a bit of critical thinking you can get a better feel for sifting through the market. Again, your geographic location, budget, home, and other unique factors about your situation are always important to consider. There is no “best” heating system—but these facts in conjunction with your situation can make you much more informed.

Heating Installation and Heating Services in Toledo, Bowling Green, and the Surrounding Area in Ohio

Even though compiling useful information is a great way to get started, the most important thing you can do is to choose to work with heating experts that understand your needs. Local experts that are state certified and licensed can help you really hone in on your best options. And for that and more, Kellermeier Plumbing & Heating is happy to help. Contact our specialists online today to find out more about our heating services!


Home Plumbing Winterization Tips in Northwest Ohio

Oh, the weather outside is frightful….and you’ve got your water pipes and plumbing system on your mind! Okay, maybe there are a few things you’re thinking about more than winterizing your home plumbing. But making sure your pipes are ready for winter is important. By following these steps, you can greatly decrease the chances of your pipes freezing or bursting over the course of the winter. So, save yourself the headache (and possibly time and money) and check out our list below. These tips are all things that you can do yourself!

If you want us to take a look at your plumbing system for any reason, or if you’re reading this and you have a plumbing emergency (like frozen or burst pipes), contact us today!

Insulate Exposed Pipes

Pipes in areas that aren’t heated are most likely to freeze. For instance, if you have pipes in the crawl space or attic it would be best to have them insulated. Insulating tubes can be purchased online or at a hardware store.

You can use heat tape for an extra layer of insulation, as well. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines and the instructions on the package to ensure correct and safe use of heat tape.

Seal Air Leaks—Especially Near Pipes

Cold air coming in through walls or windows can lead to freezing pipes. You’ll want to seal any leaks with caulk or insulation. In northwest Ohio, we know that the cold is no joke! Even a small amount of cold air coming in near a pipe could be enough to cause freezing. Insulating any air leaks should also generally increase the efficiency of your home.

Disconnect Garden Hoses

Disconnecting garden hoses will decrease the chance of that pipe freezing. If possible, it is helpful to shut off the water to any outdoor faucets during the winter.

Keep Your House Warm

You may be thinking, “Of course I’m going to keep my house warm—the winters are freezing in northwest Ohio!” While this tip may seem like a big-time “duh,” it is helpful to keep in mind.

It is recommended to keep the thermostat set to the same temperature when you’re sleeping as when you’re awake (rather than lowering the temperature at night). Significant drops in temperature are common at night, and these drops in temperature can lead to frozen pipes.

When you’re out of the house or out of town, it is best to keep the temperature no lower than 55°F.

Open Cabinet Doors Near Pipes

Opening cabinets with pipes inside is a good way to let more heat get to spaces that might be cooler than the rest of the house. This is especially true for sink and other appliances that are along external walls, where it may be a bit cooler already.

Let a Faucet Drip

Letting water slowly drip from a faucet overnight, especially on a cold night, reduces some pressure in your pipes. Reducing pressure makes it less likely that pipes will burst (even if they do freeze).

Be Prepared

It’s important to be prepared for two things: when you go out of town and if an emergency situation ever occurs.

Going Out of Town

If you go out of town for any amount of time over the winter it’s important to have a plan to avoid frozen pipes. Make sure the thermostat is at or above 55°F. Have a friend or neighbor check regularly if your house is remaining warm enough to prevent freezing. Shut off and drain the water system.


Sometimes things go wrong despite our best efforts. If your pipes do end up freezing, don’t panic. If you turn on your pipes and water does not come in, it’s likely your pipes are frozen. At that point it’s best to Do not try to thaw pipes with any sort of open flame. Make sure everyone in your family knows where the main shutoff valve is. If your pipes burst, you’ll want to turn off the valve but leave the faucets turned on.

Choose Kellermeier for Plumbing Emergencies in Northwest Ohio

Remember, in case of an emergency simply give us a call at 419-823-9143. We know that plumbing emergencies rarely fall within business hours, so we make ourselves available for emergencies 24/7 in Toledo and the surrounding areas of northwest Ohio. 

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How Much Does It Cost to Install a New HVAC System?

When faced with the need for a new HVAC system, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the process. You’re likely to have plenty of questions, and one of the first that comes to mind is this: how much does it cost to install a new HVAC system? It’s difficult to give an exact cost based on your specific needs simply because there are numerous factors that can influence the price of the system and installation.

Keep in mind that there are a variety of factors that can influence your final cost. These factors can include everything from regional location to the size of your new system and the level of complexity during installation. Let’s take a look at some of the different HVAC systems and the estimated cost of an average installation. 

Looking for a free HVAC system estimate in the northwest Ohio area? Contact Kellermeier today!

How Much Does a New Furnace or Boiler Cost?

A failing furnace can certainly pose a problem in the middle of winter. Considering that the lifespan of most furnaces is about 15 years, chances are, there have been a few changes in technology and features.

The most common type of furnace for residential purposes is gas. A new gas furnace installation can range between $1,500 to as much as $7,000 or more. The average cost of a new furnace is around $3,600. Of course, this cost will depend on the size of your furnace, efficiency, and square footage of your home, among other factors. 

A new boiler installation estimate works much the same way. Getting an accurate estimate for your installation can be tough due to the various mitigating factors. On average, a new boiler installation can cost just over $5,000, but prices can range depending on your specific needs. Your final costs will differ depending on the type of boiler you choose, among other things. High-efficiency models will cost more initially while saving you money in the long run.  

Need a new furnace, boiler, or AC system in Bowling Green, Perrysburg, Toledo, or the surrounding area? Contact us today for a free estimate!

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How Much Does a New Air Conditioner Cost?

Central air conditioning is simply a necessity when facing the summer months, especially in northwest Ohio. So what kind of costs can you expect when replacing your air conditioning system? Again, exact costs can be difficult to come by. This is because there are many variables that can influence costs. In general, an average installation cost of a new air conditioning system can range from $4,500 to as much as $6,000 or more.

In some cases, a mini-split air-conditioning system is a better choice for your specific needs. If you don’t have existing ductwork in your home this type of system will allow you to cool multiple areas of your home at the same time. The installation cost for this type of system can range, on average, from $1,900 to as much as $2,200 depending on installation needs and system choices. 

Get an Estimate for HVAC System Installation in Northwest Ohio

Kellermeier Plumbing & Heating would be happy to answer any questions you may have about new HVAC system installation. Contact us online today and learn how our professional technicians can help with all your HVAC questions and installation needs.

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Benefits of Gas Fireplaces

Keeping your home at a comfortable temperature is a top priority year-round. It is especially important during winter. Gas fireplaces are a safe, stylish, and economical way to maintain constant heat inside your home. The following are just a few of the many benefits of gas fireplaces.


A fireplace is warming, comforting, romantic, and relaxing. When it comes to curling up in front of the fireplace on a cold winter day, an increasing number of homeowners are choosing gas over wood burning. The crackling fire of burning wood creates soot, ash, and burned-out logs. The ash must be cleaned out frequently and it doesn’t go easily. The creosote inside the chimney must be removed by a professional. Gas fireplaces do not make ashes and require no messy cleanup.

Good Air Quality

Burning wood may smell good, but it is not necessarily good for your health. The particulate emissions (soot and ash) of wood have been linked to several health problems. These pollutants can increase the risk of respiratory infections, asthma attacks, and bronchitis. Gas fireplaces produce about 99% fewer particulate emissions than wood burning fireplaces. That is better for the indoor air quality of your home and the environment.

Ease of Use

Many gas fireplaces now have a remote control. With a simple push of the button, you can start or stop the fire. For a wood burning fireplaces, you must first haul the wood inside. It needs to be arranged properly. You must have some kindling always handy. Once you get the wood fire going, you have to constantly maintain it.

Constant Heat

The wood in a wood burning fireplace takes a little while to get started and then it will need to be replaced when it burns up. A gas fireplace provides steady heat from the first second you ignite it until you choose to turn it off. Many modern gas fireplaces have battery backup systems that can be used to light the pilot during a power outage.

Energy Efficiency

Gas fireplaces can provide zone heating for the areas of your home that you use most, allowing you to turn down the thermostat. Wood fireplaces can lose as much as 85% of the fire’s heat energy up the chimney. With a direct-vent gas fireplace, about 70% of the heat generated remains in your house.

Gas Fireplace Installation in Toledo, OH

If you live in the Toledo, OH area and want a gas fireplace installed, contact Kellermeier Plumbing & Heating!

Is a Furnace Tune-Up Worth It?

How often should you have a furnace inspection? Or do you even need one at all? If you find yourself asking these questions, you’re not alone. Whether or not an annual inspection and tune-up is really necessary might be one of our most often encountered questions. And if you’re looking for definitive answers, you’ve come to the right place.

Kellermeier Heating & Plumbing has been proudly serving Toledo area homeowners for over 50 years. Our team has the experience and knowledge needed to ensure you not only get heating service, but the right heating service to meet your comfort needs. If you want to know all about the importance of an annual furnace tune-up, this is the post for you.

Looking for top-class tune-up and maintenance services for your heating system? Contact Kellermeier today!

Can I Avoid Furnace Inspection and Maintenance?

In a literal sense, you certainly can. But you can compare doing so to avoiding an oil change for your car, or avoiding replacing a burnt out light bulb. You don’t have to do those things. But without doing them, your car and lights are going to be a lot less useful. Your heating system is very similar.

Routine maintenance services ensure your heating system gets all of the care and service it needs, including cleaning, parts checks, component care, among other services that serve to optimize your heating system, maintaining its efficiency and allowing you to avoid costly repair services.

Similarly, a furnace tune-up optimizes your system to last much longer and work more effectively in your home. A solid, professional tune-up service can add years to your heating system, and drastically improve your energy efficiency.

So essentially, can you avoid it? Sure. Should you? Absolutely not.

Why Are Annual Furnace Inspections So Important?

In brief, maintenance and tune-up services provide:

  • Drastically improved energy-efficiency. A well-maintained system works better, and can complete its task faster and more effectively, meaning you get more comfort for less cost. An easy win-win.
  • Less repairs. Any HVAC professional will tell you that the overwhelming majority of the furnace repairs they perform are related to or could have been prevented by professional maintenance. Routine care is about more than just maintaining. It’s about smart prevention, too.
  • A longer system lifespan. Generally you’re shooting for about ten to fifteen years of service from your furnace. But without maintenance, you can easily cut that expectation in half.
  • Better air quality. If you have a cleaner HVAC system, you have cleaner air. Annual inspections help many Ohio homeowners deal with our allergen-ridden area.

Do you like paying more money for less performance, or calling in for furnace repair yearly or more? Probably not; no one does! These are the core reasons why we encourage all of our patrons to take advantage of our superior maintenance services.

Ready to gain the advantages of our professional furnace maintenance services and tune-ups? Contact the certified and licensed professionals at Kellermeier Heating & Plumbing!

Should You Upgrade Your Fireplace?

Fireplaces in your home provide a level of comfort and luxury that is hard to match. If you’re the proud owner of a wood burning fireplace, you know well the advantages they bring. But have you considered upgrading your fireplace to a gas system? If you haven’t, you might be missing out on some excellent advantages.

The experts at Kellermeier Plumbing & Heating have been helping homeowners get the most out of their home heating and comfort systems for over half a century. Our professionals always provide quality service, and when you choose Kellermeier, your needs always come first.

Want to learn more about getting a gorgeous fireplace upgrade for your Wood County home? Contact Kellermeier today!

Why Should You Pursue a Fireplace Upgrade?

Fireplace systems in general are pretty gorgeous. However, they tend to feature in homes for decades without seeing much in the way of improvement. Consider for a moment your windows, or perhaps your home appliances.You tend to upgrade and replace them over time, seeking higher efficiency and a better aesthetic appeal. Why not apply this to your fireplace, too? With our upgrade services, you can do exactly that!

Fireplace Upgrade Services with Kellermeier

Our upgrades allow you to gain a great deal, including the effectiveness and efficiency of a gas system as well as a boost to the safety and visual appeal of your fireplace. Our experts can help you with:

  • Gas fireplace installation. Build a fireplace that fits the scale of your space, creating a warm and inviting source of heat for any room in your Ohio home.
  • Choose a handsome and appealing fireplace. Update fireboxes and trim panels supplied from world-leading manufacturers that seamlessly blend into the style of your living space, creating a gorgeous, modern hearth that provides warmth and comfort for your home.
  • Wood to gas conversion. Make the change to gas for a cleaner, more comfortable fireplace that suits your room more appropriately and with less mess and stress.  
  • Versatility in your choices. Choose a gas insert or vented fireplace according to your personal tastes. We can help you build the ideal fireplace for your home.

The Benefits of a Gas Fireplace

Our gas fireplace upgrade service can bring you more than just a pretty fireplace! Changing to gas can net you:

  • Fuel-efficiency
  • Safety
  • Consistency in heat
  • No sparking or flare ups
  • Clean fireplaces with very little maintenance

Fireplace Upgrades with Kellermeier Plumbing & Heating

Ready to build the warm, inviting fireplace of your dreams? You can always trust the certified professionals to bring you the best in home services and heating solutions. Contact us today to learn more about our fireplace updates and services, or to schedule an appointment!