If you want to finish installing a fireplace this year, you must start as soon as possible.
I keep telling people that they can’t wait to get started on their heating and cooling projects, which include fireplaces as well as other such fixtures as air conditioners and heat pumps.
Building a fireplace takes time, whether you want one that burns wood or one that uses gas logs, so plan accordingly. This is especially important in the afternoons these days, as it can be difficult to obtain specific supplies on occasion. I am aware that some of my customers will want to finish some projects, but they will be unable to do so because it is now too late for them to order the necessary materials and supplies in time for them to be used on the projects. They don’t realize that if they wait too long, their fireplaces will not be installed, and I feel bad for them because I know the vast majority of them desperately want their fireplaces installed. If you wait too long after September or September, you will not be able to complete a fireplace at all. This is a fact. Nobody seems to want to speculate about things like that during the Spring or Summer when they should, and I’m not sure if it’s because people aren’t thinking about their future plans for getting a fireplace installed or if they simply aren’t thinking about it at all. They are patient and wait until the weather begins to cool before coming to speak with me. In my experience as a fireplace specialist, I’ve discovered that the best way to get started is to visit the supplier of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning as soon as possible.