Kelowna Pro Masonry is one of the most reliable contractors for building outdoor fire pits and fireplaces. We also offer fire pit maintenance and Repair Services in Kelowna and surrounding cities. Our expertise is not limited to fireplace as we offer many other services such as brickwork, stonework, retaining walls, and more. 

When you notice the weather begins to change, there is nothing better than building a fire in or out of your home. What’s more appealing than fire on a cold night? Would you not prefer a fire in a beautiful environment.

Indoor fireplaces need extra care and attention because you have to build them without filling the space with smoke. Normally, indoor fire pits are designed with a chimney to handle the smoke. 

Indoor fireplaces bring your electric bills down while allowing you to have a romantic dinner next to the fire. We use both bricks and stones to design indoor fireplaces. Our masonry uses modern tools and materials to create fireplaces. With high-quality construction, you don’t need to repair our construction for years. 

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    Transform Your Backyard with Our Professional Fire Pit Installations

    For those who dream of building a brick or natural stone fire pit with a historic look, we are here for you. Our masonry services include natural stone masonry for a range of outdoor projects. Whether you want a gas fireplace or a conventional wood-burning Chimney, we construct everything. Apart from being functional, our masonry work looks beautiful. It ensures that you enjoy your outdoor space on a chilly night

    Beautifully Crafted Fire Pits Tailored to Your Unique Style

    Brick fire pits are amazing in many ways. Firstly, bricks never go out of trend. Secondly, they are strong enough to handle the tough climate conditions. Most importantly, you can use bricks to design any type of fire pit without any worries. 

    Are you looking for a traditional fireplace? Do you want to design a brick fire pit that becomes the major attraction of your outdoor or indoor space? We can build it for you. Regardless of the size or shape, we are ready to construct an amazing fireplace for you. 

    Our masonry team visits your place and examines the overall theme of your house. Moreover, we discuss your ideas and concerns about the construction. And then our professionals give you some suggestions.

    Create a Warmth Ambiance with a Stone Fire Pits

    Classic and unparallel, a store fire pit gives an elegant look to your living space. With a unique fireplace, you can make a bold statement that everyone will remember for a while. 

    One of the common misconceptions about stone fire pits is they can’t be constructed in modern shapes or designs. On the contrary, we can create stone fire pits in various sizes and designs. 

    To build these unique structures, we use a range of stone types including ledge rock, limestone, fieldstone, sandstone, and more. Depending on the stone type, we offer a variety of textures in many colors. From golden hues to tranquil blues, there are unlimited options. 

    Do you want to build a traditional mortared fire pit or a dry-stacked without mortar? Gladly, we build both of these. Based on your requirements and preference, we can design anything. 

    Choose the best to do your fireplace installations and repairs

    Ideally, settle for a professional mason who is certified, licensed, permitted, and insured to do all matters to do with fireplaces. The mason should be professional – think of putting on paper slippers when entering your house to protect your newly laid wooden floors. Also, they should be punctual, detail-oriented, accountable, and good communicators – like your bricklayer at Kelowna Pro Masonry.

    Complying With Building Codes

    The variety of fireplaces in existence keep growing by the day. However, we cannot insist enough that your fire unit choice must comply with the building codes. Local Bylaws and enforcement of specifications and building codes may dictate details such as allowed fuel type, tolerable emissions, minimum clearance around vent pipes, chimney height, and the actual construction of the flue and firebox – all of which limit your choices.