“Grandpa Dan took great pride in his craftsmanship, ensuring that every fireplace or stove he installed was truly the heart of his customer’s home.” – Brad Barron Engineer and fourth-generation Barron at Barron Heating & Air Conditioning
Today, Barron Heating continues this tradition by providing beautifully crafted hearth products through its Firelight by Barron division. Featuring America’s best-known brands of stoves, fireplaces, and inserts, a Barron Firelight Expert can help you build your perfect flame.
Where do I Start?
1. Find Your Ideal Fireplace
View our catalog or visit a Barron showroom to browse our working displays and endless options. We’ll help you find an ideal fireplace that’s tailored to your needs, style of home and budget.
2. Free In-Home Layout
We’ll come out to your home to review your project space and assess your project requirements to get a thorough understanding of your plan right from the start.
3. Seamless Installation
Our Firelight Hearth Experts will handle all aspects of the installation, from the electrical and gas piping, to masonry, inspections and more. You can rest assured that the fireplace, stove or insert you select will be installed by a licensed professional skilled in the trade.
Regular maintenance ensures your fireplace, stove, or insert is running safely and efficiently. That’s why Barron offers a comprehensive annual maintenance plan: Silver Shield.
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Showroom Hours Monday – Friday 9:30am – 5:00pm & Saturday 10am – 4pm
America’s Best Known Brands
A prefabricated fireplace that is placed directly inside your existing masonry or metal fireplace. Used to improve heating efficiency within homes. Fuels options include gas, wood, and pellet.
A stand-alone heating unit positioned on legs or a pedestal, made from either steel or cast iron. Easy zone heating for any room in your house. Fuel options include gas, wood, and pellet.
A prefabricated fireplace that is safe to install within inches of combustible materials like wood, sheetrock, or paneling. It does not require the use of a masonry chimney or hearth. Typically used in new construction or remodels and often referred to as a “Zero Clearance” fireplace. Fuel options include gas, wood, and pellet.