FIREPLACE Tune-Ups & Maintenance

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Seasonal Fireplace Cleaning & Maintenance is a Call Away


With years of experience in the hearth products business, CM Heating knows that it's critical for both proper operation and safety that you maintain your fireplace, decorative gas stove, or gas log set. We offer a 37 point annual maintenance program that is designed to ensure the continued reliable and safe operation of your system. We do a complete examination and cleaning of your fireplace, gas stove, or gas log set.

All major gas appliances, including gas fireplaces, should be serviced annually as recommended by all major gas fireplace product manufacturers. Gas fireplaces are gas-fueled appliances and, as such, can be dangerous- and even hazardous- if not handled properly and if not serviced regularly by a qualified technician.

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is an odorless, poisonous gas formed by a gas furnace or gas fireplace that's not operating properly. Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include headaches, dizziness, drowsiness, nausea, and vomiting. If you suspect carbon monoxide poisoning, or if your carbon monoxide detector sounds an alarm, immediately evacuate the home and call 911 from another location. If you do notice a suspicious odor coming from your gas fireplace, call a qualified service and repair technician promptly.


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Fireplace Tune-Ups & Maintenance


Regular tune-ups and preventative maintenance reduces the need for repair over the life of your fireplace. Fewer repairs mean your fireplace costs less to operate.

Not only that, a properly maintained gas fireplace runs more efficiently for longer, sometimes lasting twenty years or more.

Gas Fireplace Inspection Checklist

  • Overall inspection of unit
  • Inspect and adjust glass and seal (for inserts, stoves, and gas fireplaces)
  • Inspect firebox for signs of corrosion, cracking and integrity
  • Inspect burner
  • Inspect vent and termination
  • Clean pilot assembly
  • Clean main burner assembly
  • Clean firebox and glass
  • Vacuum unit
  • Set and adjust primary air, pilot light and manifold gas pressure
  • Check electrical connections
  • Clean and adjust fan and controls (where appropriate)
  • Leak test all gas fittings
  • Reconstruct ember bed
  • Check log positioning
  • Check 100% safety shut-off mechanism
  • Check integrity of venting and firebox system
  • Check flame and burn characteristics
  • Check flame control, thermostat, and switch circuit
  • Operational test once service complete