Nearby Gas Fireplace Repair in Ashburn

Ashburn, VA (20146)

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Steve the Fireplace Guy
5.0
Steve arrived on time.? He quickly deconstructed the fireplace, cleaned the parts, checked the air and gas flow, cleaned the parts, and identified the cause of a gas smell from the gas valve.? At our request, he turned off the gas to the fireplace for the Summer.? We scheduled an appointment early in the Fall to place the new valve in the fireplace.? Steve is attempting to get the fireplace manufacturer to provide parts on warranty.? As always, Steve did a terrific job and was very pleasant to work with.? We strongly recommend Steve for all fireplace work.
- Diane V....
Steve the Fireplace Guy
5.0
Steve arrived on time. He quickly deconstructed the fireplace, cleaned the parts, checked the air and gas flow, cleaned the parts, and identified the cause of a gas smell from the gas valve. At our request, he turned off the gas to the fireplace for the Summer. We scheduled an appointment early in the Fall to place the new valve in the fireplace. Steve is attempting to get the fireplace manufacturer to provide parts on warranty. As always, Steve did a terrific job and was very pleasant to work with. We strongly recommend Steve for all fireplace work.
- Diane V....
Indoor Air Quality Medics
5.0
The whole experience working with IAQ Medics was great, from booking the appointment, to the communication about arrival, to the technician (Felix) being right on time and very professional. They fixed a gas fireplace for us. 5 stars. I will definitely use them again in the future!
- Mike B....
James A Wheat & Sons Inc
5.0
I just moved into my house and found out that the pinhole gas leak in my fireplace had still not been fixed by the previous owner. Instead of messing with the old vendor I decided to have an expert company come out and fix it along with give me an analysis of the gas fireplace. After much research I chose James A. Wheat & Sons, Inc and I am glad that I did. Not only did they fix the fireplace gas leak but installed a much need damper clamp. They also did an evaluation of the fireplace and gave me options to add more features (like a remote to turn off and on) and they told me that my logs were still good suggested that I replace my sand and other accessories. After doing such a great and quick job in fixing the leak?I then decided to have them ?rejuvenate? the fireplace and they made it look like new for a few dollars. The young man from James A. Wheat & Sons, Inc. was on time, professional, and very knowledgeable. I would highly recommend James A. Wheat & Sons, Inc for fireplace work and any other services that they provide.
- Richard J....
Wammoth Services
5.0
Bill from Wammoth Services was very prompt, friendly, and very professional. He inspected, cleaned, and serviced the gas fireplace. He took the time to show me how all the parts of the fireplace worked. He also fixed our wall outlet and repaired a small leak. The fireplace looks brand new again. Highly recommend.
- Shannon P....
M&G HOME SOLUTIONS LLC.
5.0
I talked to many installers sent by fireplace stores and no one wanted to do this job. Gary made it work by hooking a gas line to an existing gas dryer line and finding a unit that fit the fireplace opening. He installed it in one day and it's beautiful and warm!
- Cathy H....
Jiffy Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
3.0
mixed. some services were good, others were near disasters such the instalation of a gas fireplace
- Sheldon A....
AZ Plumbing, LLC
5.0
Gas line extension for a gas fireplace installation. On time, quick and great follow-up! Would recommend them!
- Tudor C....
Steve the Fireplace Guy
5.0
Wonderfully. Steve was efficient and the work is of excellent quality. Fantastic work, and we're thrilled with our new fireplace.
- Andrew S....
Amazing Flame Gas Fireplace Service & Repair
5.0
Scott was very friendly and professional. We were having problems with the fireplace not lighting consistently. He cleaned the pilot light and replaced the switch. He also discovered a gas leak, which he fixed. We had a cold draft at the bottom of the fireplace and he saw that it was because there was a large hole in the fire box where the gas line enters but the rest of the hole was wide open. He sealed it with tape, which has eliminated the draft. He also fixed the glass which wasn't properly installed. Very worthwhile visit, would definitely use this company again for any fireplace servicing.
- Edward S....
Haynes Plumbing LLC
5.0
They came out and were very thorough in determining where the leak was. They found it outside in a pipe going to our fireplace. I was very happy with their work.
- Cynthia G....
Amazing Flame Gas Fireplace Service & Repair
1.0
We contacted Amazing Flame on the basis of their positive reviews to repair our nonfunctional gas fireplace, and are very disappointed with their service. They were unable to diagnose the issue as outlined in their agreement (seeming more concerned when they were here with finishing quickly and moving on to the next appointment than diagnosing the issue). More concerningly, the technician left the gas on the incorrect setting despite verbally confirming it to be off, so we are pursuing a different repair company.
- Reese F....
Steve the Fireplace Guy
5.0
Service was excellent! Small business with very knowledgeable staff who genuinely care about their trade and customer service. Punctual, informative and extremely accommodating. Would definitely recommend them to anyone!
- Josh T....
Nice Heating & Air
5.0
Had purchased the $99 Gas Log Fireplace Tune-Up since I hadn't used my Gas Fireplace for a while. Scheduling was quick and easy and they were able to get someone out 6 days later on my day off. Chris (the tech) was nice and friendly and even arrived an hour early (giving me plenty of notice). Chris did the normal maintenance stuff, checked for gas leaks, cleaned the fireplace area. He also noted that the fireplace didn't always start up using the wall switch and reaffirmed what a different company had said the previous year that the low voltage wire was going bad. While he was there I had him install a Remote Control to start the fireplace so I could bypass the wall switch (it has been perfect ever since). They did at first install the wrong brand, but quickly came back out and replaced it for me. Would definitely consider using them again.
- Howard M....
Steve the Fireplace Guy
5.0
The service provider showed up on time. Chris was extremely polite and courteous. He stayed to make sure the fireplace worked after he cleaned it.
- Andrea S....
Wammoth Services
5.0
Bill Watson of Wammoth Services provided excellent servicing of our gas fireplace. The full process from contacting the provider on Angies List getting an appointment to having the fireplace serviced could not have been easier. Many of the other companies that were contacted had very long lead times or much higher prices for the same service with mixed reviews. I prepaid for the service on Angie's List and had no issues getting the initial appointment set then moved to another date when I had a conflict with my original date. They were able to get me another appointment very quickly (2 weeks), again very different then some of the other companies that were scheduling dates 1-2 months in advance at much higher prices. Mr. Watson arrived during the appointment window (3:30-5:30) and made sure to call when he was leaving his previous appointment so I would know when to expect him to arrive. He had brought all of his tools for servicing the fireplace and was very pleasant/friendly when he rang my doorbell. He then proceeded to spend the next 60 min., carefully dismantling and cleaning the fireplace screen/glass/interior logs as well as carefully cleaning all around the interior. Nothing was rushed and he properly laid out a drop cloth to ensure dirt/dust was not spread around the fireplace or on my rugs/floor. Part of the inspection also involved testing for gas leaks with a gas leak sensor and he made sure to check all areas carefully. He made sure everything was re-installed and tested and even added small metallic "wool" balls that were previously not there to give the impression of burning embers when the fire was lit. The fireplace looked brand new by the time he was completed. Before finishing he explained the operation of fireplace to me along with instructions on how to restart the pilot if it ever went out to save me the trouble of having to call him if the pilot ever blew out due to a draft or heavy winds that somehow made their way into the fireplace from the outside vent. He also walked out side and did a quick visual inspection of the outside vent area to ensure it looked ok and the proper screen/protections were in place to ensure the exhaust could be vented and screened to keep birds/small animals from entering the vent area and causing a fire hazard. I would highly recommend this company for any other members looking for this service and would not hesitate to use Bill and Wammoth Services for any other services associated with my gas fireplace.
- Ashu S....
Nice Heating & Air
3.0
The service was done professionally, however, there was plenty unnecessary sales pitch for a job that could have been done in a straight unambiguous manner. My wife had to constantly be on the phone with me to decide between spending 2800$ on redoing the whole fireplace versus figuring out how best to proceed in turning on the pilot and having it work. Between the cost of redoing the fireplace and fixing things at around 550$, after much to and fro, the suggestion offered was to clean up the fireplace, clean the pilot and other metal parts associated with the burning of the the fireplace for another 126$ and 126$ for replacing the embers, then gauge what else would be needed. I had to be stern to indicate that if i am going to spend about 252$ (126+126) i need to know if the fireplace will work. Such uncertainty is not a pleasant experience when a technician could easily do what is necessary and indicate if the pilot will turn ON or not and if it needs to be replaced. In all, i had to ask my wife to just have him clean the pilot and confirm if the gas line was working at 126$. Between the kids and the technician, and the constant phone call's i was fed up and asked my wife to tell him to proceed if he could make the fireplace WORK . So, in all for both the cleaning of the fireplace, cleaning the pilot flue and replenishing the embers, after a work order credit of 100$ as per the offer purchased , i ended up paying an additional 152$ . In all, to get the fireplace working, when all original parts were still intact i spend, 99$ (offer purchased) + 152$ , plus all the constant sales push.
- Arun D....
Wammoth Services
5.0
Bill Watson, the company owner, not only diagnosed the initial problem we had that was caused by a improper repair by another company, but he spotted a crack in our burner (which the other company had missed) which was leaking gas and could have led to a catastrophic explosion. Bill literally saved me and my family. He calmly and thoroughly explained everything that he was doing and everthing that needed to be done. He was extremely knowledgeable, courteous and thorough. I have learned the hard way that when it comes to a complex gas system like a fireplace, to only go with the best company that specialized in this area. That's Wammoth Services.
- John G....
Wammoth Services
5.0
I claimed an Angie’s List special. Within hours, I received an email offering a suggested time and date. I accepted by return email. The appointment was several weeks out. I received periodic notices by email reminding me of the appointment and providing relevant information. Bill Wammoth notified me prior to the appointment time that he was ready to head over to my location. He showed up on time, was very professional, amiable and seemed competent to a lay person. He found an issue requiring repair, offered a reasonable cost to repair; and, promptly performed that service after I authorized it. My wife and I were very pleased with this experience.
- Paul R....
Cyprus Air Heating, Cooling and Fireplaces
5.0
Another company had told me it was impossible to run the gas line, so I was dubious when they said it would be easy. Apparently it was easy, the job was accomplished in less than a day. I have an oversize fireplace opening, so it did take longer to get the glass front for it, but it came in when they said it would, They were clean, polite, and I would recommend them highly.
- Jennifer A....

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What are common problems with gas fireplaces?

Two overriding problems are common to gas fireplaces, almost always leading to gas fireplace repair work for a local service:

  • Gas fireplace will not light — this could be a clogged pilot light, broken thermopile, closed gas valve, or (in older models) a faulty thermocouple
  • Flue venting — Even with clean-burning propane or natural gas, deposits can build up in the flue, blocking combustion gases from escaping; this is extremely dangerous

What parts typically need gas fireplace repair?

Electronic or electric ignitions often require professional service to adjust or replace them. Other parts that require replacement or repair:

  • Thermopiles, sensors that converts electrical impulses into thermal energy to ignite the gas, can fail and are easily replaced by a professional
  • Gas burners can become clogged with dust and debris, leading to an impure burn (fluttering flames) and weak flames
  • Gas valves can either not open to allow gas to flow for ignition, or they may leak when closed; sniff for the tell-tale stink of the additive gas, methyl mercaptan, used to signal a gas leak

How much should gas fireplace repair near me cost?

Angie's List research found you should expect a $100 average charge for a service call, with costs of around $150 for pilot light repair.

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