American Fireplaces has been a family owned and operated business in operation for over twenty years. In these twenty plus years, we have proven our loyalty to our customers time and time again. Since establishing American Fireplaces in 1990, Mike Cruze has placed a high priority on education, dedication, and customer service. If you have a question about a stove, fireplace, gas log, or custom design, come to us for safe, reliable answers and fair prices. Just need ideas? Our beautiful showroom is full of displays, and our knowledgeable employees have the experience and training to answer any question.
Our staff has earned an impressive list of certifications. The National Fireplace Institute Certification is an excellent indication of professional commitment and training. Working with an NFI Certified Specialist can help ensure that your fireplace or hearth appliance and venting system is planned and installed with proper attention to safety and performance. Only those who pass a rigorous examination covering important topics like safety codes, appliance sizing, and installation guidelines receive NFI Specialist Certification.
Remember that choosing and installing a hearth product without adequate expertise is literally playing with fire!
Our staff have worked with everything that's out there. So, rest assured that we have the knowledge to service even the toughest units. Keep in mind that even if your current unit seems to be functioning properly, it's a good idea to have it cleaned and serviced yearly.
Looking to add a fireplace, wood stove, or gas grill to your new or existing home? We can take you from start to finish. Stop by the showroom to find the product that's right for you and your family, or we can even send someone to your home to give you some ideas and a free estimate. Our beautiful displays showcase all types of design, from rustic to ultra modern.
American Fireplaces has installed many a fireplace in hotel lobbies, restaurants, offices, and multi-family apartment complexes. If you have a project coming up, come see us early so we can help you avoid common venting and code issues with your commercial jobs.