You should really start the installation process as soon as possible if you want a fireplace installed this year.
I keep telling people that they simply cannot put off starting their heating and cooling projects, which also include fireplaces as a component of those projects, and that they simply cannot wait.
It takes a lot of time and effort to install a fireplace, whether it burns wood or gas logs. This is especially true in the modern era when getting certain supplies can occasionally be difficult. I’m aware that some of my customers will want to complete some tasks that are simply not going to be possible, and the reason for this is that it is already too late for them to order the necessary supplies and materials. They don’t understand that if they wait too long, it won’t be possible for them to get their fireplaces installed, and I feel bad for them because I know that the majority of them sincerely want to. I pity them because of this. In actuality, if you put off getting a fireplace finished for too long after the months of June or September, you won’t be able to get one finished at all. I’m not sure if this is because people are simply not thinking about their future plans for getting a fireplace installed or what else is going on, but nobody seems to want to speculate about things like that during the Springtime or the Summer when they should be doing so. They wait for the rapidly varying temperatures to start cooling off before coming to talk to me. The best way to get started, in my opinion as an expert on fireplaces, is to contact the heating and air conditioning company as soon as you can.