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Brick & Stone Fireplace Installers in Denver, CO

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Sequoia Landscaping, LLC
(720) 506-6520
Areas of Expertise
  • Landscaping
  • Concrete
  • Masonry
  • Patios
Featured Review

"These folks performed EXACTLY as promised plus they did the work quickly and went above and beyond. Lovely people to work with AND great value for the money. My next door neighbor has already used them, and we now have adjoining retaining walls that really look FABULOUS! I look forward to working with them again...soon. ***UPDATE*** Project Task: Brick, Stone or Block Wall - Install - Edmund was easy to work with, prompt, courteous and charming. ;-) His workmen were knowledgeable and fast - they wanted to get the job done as expeditiously as possible. They built a retaining wall of red brick to match my old home, and then made a concrete walkway trimmed in the same brick. It looks great!"

- susan E. from denver, CO
Henle's Fireplace & Masonry Contracting, Inc.
(303) 323-0403
Areas of Expertise
  • Fireplace&Chimney - Install, Repair & Service & Dampers
  • Masonry-Interior/ Exterior **Wood Mantles ***
  • Chimney Cap Repair, Tuck Pointing , & Relining
  • ***BLOCK FOUNDATIONS*** Tile & Welding
  • Patios, Walks and Steps, BBQ's-Stone, Brick & Interlocking
Featured Review

"Sealed flagstone patio"

- jerry M. from littleton, CO
Fireside Masonry & Construction, Inc.
(303) 542-9604
Areas of Expertise
  • Masonry
  • Remodels and Renovations
  • Snow Removal
  • Landscaping
Featured Review

"Dustin and his crew did a fantastic job! They replaced two old tile fireplaces with beautiful stone fireplaces and it transformed our home. They communicated well, always showed up when they said they would, and cleaned up after all of their work. They charged a very fair price. We will definitely use them in the future for other projects."

- brenda S. from littleton, CO
Mile High Custom Stone and Tile, LLC
(303) 729-9506
Areas of Expertise
  • Brick and Stone Driveways & Floors - Install
  • Brick and Stone Patios, Walks, and Steps - Install
  • Brick or Stone Siding: Install or Completely Replace
  • Brick or Stone Fireplace (Gas) - Install
  • Tile Install Kitchen/Bathroom/Remodel
Featured Review

"We were extremely pleased with the service offered, from the initial quote, coordinating schedules, knowledge and professionalism while performing the work, and the quality and craftsmanship of the completed project. We will definitely be calling again when we need additional stone, tile or masonry work done."

- d'armond S. from denver, CO
Diamond Masonry
(303) 513-6145
Areas of Expertise
  • Brick and Stone Driveways & Floors - Install
  • Brick and Stone Patios, Walks, and Steps - Install
  • Brick, Stone or Block Wall - Install & Repair
  • Interlocking Pavers for Driveways & Floors - Install
  • Brick or Stone Fireplace (Gas & Non Gas) - Install & Repair
Featured Review

"In addition to brickwork, Clay did indoor plastering in several rooms in my house and adjusted my front door so that it closes properly. He's a master craftsman and very thoughtful in his approach. He consulted with the structural engineer I'd hired without my having to ask that he do so. The work was meticulously done and he was great about cleaning up on a daily basis. He is very busy and the project took a lot longer than I anticipated, but if you're not in a hurry he's the right person for this kind of work."

- evelyn H. from denver, CO
Masonry D Services
(720) 451-1526
Areas of Expertise
  • Masonry
Featured Review

"Manny is the absolute best. His work is top notch, extremely professional and fast! Manny is also very patient and transparent. I needed some work done in my backyard. Manny came to my home and clearly explained my options without any pressure or upsale. In fact, Manny went with me to Lowes, Home Depot and a quarry to help me price things, and give me his opinions BEFORE I hired him to do any work, all on his own time without charging me. Manny seems to truly care about his work and about the people he works with. Manny is now officially "my guy" and I'll continue to hire him and his crew for any job I need. Highly recommend without any reservations. If you hire this company you won't be disappointed. I wish I could post before and after pictures of my yard so you all could see his quality work. "

- andy M. from denver, CO
TGA Masonry & Concrete
(303) 912-8454
Areas of Expertise
  • Demolition of concrete walks, porch steps, driveways that are sinking , cracked, or in need of repair. Install rebar or wire mesh and pour new.
  • Tuckpointing of all masonry work.
  • Installation of brick pavers, flagstone, and stamped concrete.
  • Small foundation walls.
  • Brick or block retaining walls.
Featured Review

"Replaced a two story brick wall and part of another side wall. his crew did a great job.Only thing it took a little longer than hoped.The replacement bricks were put in front of my house on the street for about a week, The city of thornton does not like that.So make sure if you get brick delevered to tell him he needs to work on the project with in a day or two."

- david L. from denver, CO

Unscreened Fireplace & Wood Stove Contractors in Denver, Colorado

A and A Heating and Plumbing
7011 E. 60th Place
Commerce City, CO 80022
All American Plumbing
487 Constitution Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
Colorado Handyman
8020 E. Tempest Ridgeway
Parker, CO 80134
1940 E. Vassar Ave
Denver, CO 80210
Shermans Home Improvement
8641 Quigley St.
Westminster, CO 80031

Things to Consider Before You Install a Brick or Stone Fireplace in Denver, Colorado:

  • Will your fireplace use natural gas?
  • What type of project is this?
  • What type of fireplace do you want to have installed?
  • Select any of the features you would like in your fireplace.

    Gas Insert
    Decorative/Gas logs
    Glass doors
    Furnace rated fireplace/insert
    Remote control
    Heat circulating grilles
    Crane (for cooking)

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Denver Stone Fireplaces

Whether you're gathering at the local drinking hole or just kicking back for a toasty evening read, there are few things that are more congruous with the Mile High City and the Rocky Mountains than spending a chilly winter evening sitting next to a stone fireplace in Denver. It's one of the few traditions that survived from the times of mountain men and pioneers through to present day. Of course, we've got a lot more options to choose from these days when it comes to building a stone fireplace in Denver, so it pays to do your homework before you bring in a pro.

Starting with the Fireplace Itself
While homeowners along the Front Range are tempted to jump right in to choosing the stone and design of a Denver stone fireplace, you're wiser to start with the fireplace itself. We'll get to the differences between natural stone, natural stone veneers, and simulated stone veneers in a minute, but they're worth mentioning now because your choice of a wood burning, vented natural gas, vent-less gas, or electric fireplace will likely play a large role in determining which material you go with later on. Let's take a look at these different fireplaces and what they have to offer.

Wood Burning Fireplace
All you have to do is catch a whiff of burning pine to remind you that there's 14,000 foot mountains covered in pine, spruce, and fir trees looming just to the West. In fact, a good wood fire is one of the most comforting smells around for natives of the Rocky Mountain region. Furthermore, kicking back in front of a warm, cozy wood fire in a stone fireplace is like taking a trip back in time a century or two. The one drawback of a wood burning stone fireplace in Denver: the brown cloud. Everyone that lives in the metro area knows that air pollution can be a serious problem, especially during the winter when temperature inversions regularly settle over the South Platt River Valley. It can get bad enough that bans are enforced on burning wood during those times, so be prepared to let your fireplace sit idle now and again if you're using wood as fuel in Denver.

Vented and Vent-less Natural Gas Fireplaces
Natural gas and stone might not exactly roll off your tongue as a perfect pairing, but they can be an excellent match, and a cost effective one at that. Natural gas stoves burn so efficiently these days that they produce minimal exhaust, meaning no fireplace bans, and they look so real that you'll hardly know the difference. Since they are so easy to install, they also drastically cut your final cost compared to the extensive masonry project of building a stone firebox and chimney. As for vented vs. vent-less, there really aren't many bad things to say about vented natural gas fireplaces. The vent-less varieties, on the other hand, have some safety risks associated with them. In truth, they're not vent-less at all, they just vent exhaust into your home instead of out through an exhaust pipe. If you rarely use your fireplace, and only for short periods of time, they are an excellent, cheap option. If you sit down every evening for hours on end next to the fire, they can create problems with elevated moisture levels in your home, creating mold, mildew, and fungus problems. Even worse, there are documented cases of carbon monoxide poisoning in homes where vent-less gas fireplaces are installed and not used responsibly.

Electric Fireplace Inserts
We won't waste much time here because there's not much to say. Electric fireplaces are safe, pollution-free on your end, and perfectly suitable if you're okay with a completely fake fire. They're also the cheapest and most flexible option on the block when it comes to units and installation. If you're seriously considering a stone fireplace in Denver, however, our opinion is that these "fireplaces" just don't bring enough authenticity to the impressive stone mantel you're planning on inserting them in.

The Natural Stone, Natural Stone Veneer, and Simulated Stone Fireplace
Once you've settled on a fireplace type, you're ready to move on to which kind of stone you want to build your Denver stone fireplace out of. Natural stone is, of course, the cream of the crop and a perfect fit for homes nestled in at the base of the majestic Rocky Mountains. There really isn't a close second to natural stone when it comes to building a breathtaking fireplace in the Mile High City, whether you choose native flagstone or granite, or a more elaborate, polished marble. Natural stone is not cheap, however, and building a genuine Denver stone fireplace is a major undertaking. Enter natural stone veneers. Natural stone veneers still utilize genuine stone, just in thinly-cut slices that reduce your costs for materials and installation, and nobody will be able to tell the difference. Simulated stone veneers are probably the most popular product used today, especially in the thousands of new home builds that go up along the Front Range every year. Made from molded and colored concrete or polyurethane, this imitation stone veneer is almost impossible to tell apart from true stone, is relatively quick and easy to install, and - you guessed it ? the price tag is far lower than either of the other two options mentioned above.

Talk to a stonemason or contractor who installs fireplaces about what it's going to take to install a Denver stone fireplace in your Mile High City Home.