The Largest Selection of Fireplaces, Gas Inserts, Wood Stoves & Barbeques in Spokane.

Spokane Fireplace was the first stove shop to open in Spokane and has been Locally owned and operated since 1957.

Together we have over 75 years of experience in the hearth industry and 60 years of experience in the heating and cooling industry.

We work with over 20 different vendors & manufactures to offer our customers a wide variety of options to fit their needs and budget.

Our warranted products aren’t just stunning, they are of the highest quality. We know quality, safety, and appearance are very important when choosing a piece for your home.


  • We Service All Brands

    Our ten-point inspection for a gas fireplace service includes; cleaning the glass, inspecting the door gasket, inspect/clean the log sets and ensure correct placement, replacing embers, vacuum/cleaning the unit, check/record milivolt reading of thermopile, clean the pilot assembly, check for cracks in the firebox, test the operation of blower and oil bearings and test for carbon monoxide.

  • Sales & Installation

    We keep things simple by handling our own installations. Our qualified installation experts can install any venting and gas pipe associated with the project as well. We take this extra step to ensure outstanding customer service from start to finish.

    Spokane Fireplace will only install product that was bought in store. We do not install product that was bought else where.

  • Free Quotes On Friday

    Spokane Fireplace offers FREE quotes every Friday! Before you put any money down, we will go to your home to confirm that the unit you want will work in your home. We will break down any other costs associated with the quote such as venting, gas pipe and labor. We can email, call or mail the quote to you, which ever you choose.

To Keep In Mind:
It always helps to have your manual ready for the service technician to help with troubleshooting and correct placement of logs, embers, ect.
The unit must be turned off and cool to the touch for the technician to begin work.

Which Is Right For You?

Fireplace or Insert?

Built-in fireplaces, known as zero clearance fireplaces, are placed directly on the combustible floor and framed into a combustible enclosure which is then tiled, bricked, or stoned in to give the look of a site built fireplace. These zero clearance units are perfectly safe as long as the manufacturers clearances are strictly followed.

Believe it or not, there is a difference between inserts and fireplaces. You must have a wood fireplace in your home in order to utilize an insert. An insert simply fills the pre-existing opening in a fireplace. If you do not have an existing fireplace, you are a candidate for either a free standing stove or a built-in fireplace.

  • Alfresco Grills
  • Astria
  • Blaze Grills
  • Bromic Heating
  • Dimplex
  • DuraVent
  • HPC Fire
  • IronStrike
  • Majestic Products
  • National Chimney Supply
  • Osburn Mfg.
  • Pacific Energy
  • Piazzetta
  • Pilgrim Hearth
  • Portland Willamette
  • Primo Grill
  • RealFyre
  • Rutland
  • Security Chimneys
  • Stoll Fireplace
  • Superior Fireplaces
  • Town & Country Fireplaces
  • True North Stoves
  • Vermont Castings
  • White Mountain Hearth

Spokane Fireplace is an IronStrike Epic Authorized Dealer

Gas Stoves


Oh the convenience! Push a button, kick up your feet and let the stove do all the work. You can control all functions and features with the touch of a button on a remote. Gas heat is safe, efficient and easy to operate. Add warmth and beauty to any room of your home with a gas stove.
For a gas stove to function, you will need the following; gas, venting, the unit itself, an electrical outlet if you would like a fan for the unit, and depending on placement, a hearth pad. All gas stove manufacturers suggest yearly maintenance.


Pellet Stoves


The best of both worlds. Enjoy the feel of wood heat with the ease of electricity. Pour in your bag of pellets, turn the unit on, and you’ve got heat. Pellet stoves have dramatically increased in efficiency. Some stoves can put off heat all day, with one bag of pellets. Keep in mind, pellet stoves do require some additional maintenance- frequently cleaning out the ash is very important for the stove to function at its highest level. For a pellets stove to function you will need the following; the unit itself, venting, electrical outlet, and if its free standing, a hearth pad. All pellet stove manufactures suggest yearly maintenance.


Wood Stoves


There is an old saying in the fireplace industry, “there’s nothing like wood heat”.
Wood stoves have gained popularity in the inland northwest for a variety of reasons. Wood burning stoves have dramatically increased in efficiency, are long lasting and durable, they do not rely on power and create the most BTU’s when being compared to other heating sources. Wood stoves have multiple variations; free standing, fireplaces and inserts. Add a sense of security and get a secondary heat source. For a wood stove to function you will need the following; the unit itself, venting, electrical outlet if you would like a fan, and if its free standing, a hearth pad. All wood stoves require a yearly chimney sweep to help with draft and safety from creosote build up.



Free Standing Stoves


A free standing stove adds a traditional yet classy look and feel to any room. Free standers can be conventional and efficient wood burners, convenient gas or pellet fueled. They are available in a variety of sizes and styles and can be easily added to most rooms.

Inserts


An insert is used when you want update an open fireplace, typically for heating efficiency. An insert is an easy way to update the center piece and focal point of your home. They can be fueled by gas, wood or pellet and come in a variety of styles and finishes.


Electric


These electric Fireboxes provide unmatched flexibility and ease of installations as venting and gas lines are not required. Electric stoves come in a variety of styles; media consoles, mantels, wall mounts, inserts, fireboxes as well as free standing. Electric stoves are made to add ambiance to any living space, however, they do put off some heat. Some units can put out as much as 5,000 BTU’s.


Barbeque


Thank goodness for the versatile barbecue. You can cook any meat, roast any vegetable and cook just about anything of any size. Barbecues can be fueled by natural gas, propane, pellets and charcoal. Enjoy life, cook and get outdoors.

Fireplaces


A fireplace is sure to catch your eye and transforms any room it’s in. Fireplaces are framed in and dimensions are specific to each unit. Fireplaces are different in the fact that they can be used outside as well. They are can fueled by gas or wood.


Gas Logs & Doors


Our “RealFyre” Gas Logs are built by the R.H. Peterson (RHP) company. RHP has been the industry leader for over fifty years. Gas logs are not intended to supplement the heating needs of the home; one would choose an insert if they were hoping to do so. Gas logs may generate some radiant energy, but since they damper is open and the glass doors must be opened when burning the gas logs, the convective heat loss may negate the radiant heat gain.



We have installed gas log sets from 12″ lengths up to 60″ lengths. Sizing is determined by the dimensions of the fireplace. There are many styles of logs and burners from which one can choose. When installing gas logs we are required by code to block the damper partially open in order to minimize heat loss, as well as install glass doors.

Keeping Spokane & The Inland Northwest Warm & Cozy for 60 years.

What We Will Do For You

We do not just sell you a fireplace. First we listen to your needs and wants, then we educate you to find the best fit for your new addition. We will always work with, and for you.

Our core values as a company are; to provide value to each customer, treat everyone with honesty and excellence, while holding ourselves to the highest level of integrity.

We strive to provide each customer with the highest level of customer service so that we can earn your business for many years to come.