Appointments are highly encourage to come into our showroom. Walk-ins are welcome if we are available, but must be before 3pm Monday – Friday. To visit the showroom after these times and before closing, please contact the office for a scheduled appointment.
The Village Fireplace and Stove Center
The Village Fireplace and Stove Center, a division of The Village Chimney Sweeps, is a local York, PA family owned and operated business since 1987. We have been serving the area for 30+ years striving to provide our existing and future customers with high quality products, excellent customer service and attention to detail. We will help you design and realize the warmth, beauty and efficiency of turning your vision into reality. We are your one stop sales, service and installation fireplace center and we stand behind all the products we sell and install to assure your satisfaction from start to finish. Whether it is a simple stove or fireplace insert installation, or a wood burning or gas fireplace installation complete with a mantel, stonework and more we can do it all.
Please come visit our showroom and we will work with you to find the product that best suits you and your needs.
The possibilities are endless!
Be aware of contractor scams
Unfortunately, chimney repair is one of the most common contactor scams to be on the lookout for. Other common contractor scams include roof repair, driveway sealing, furnace repair, and storm-chasers offering to fix damage after a storm. While there are many “red flags” or warning signs, be especially aware of: “Contractors or Companies” that go door to door looking for business without credentials These people just “happen to be in the neighborhood” and are looking to sell you a product or service at a good rate. Accepts only cash or large deposits Check your state laws about what contractors can ask for. Bid comes in far below others It’s good practice to get a few quotes from different companies. Cannot provide references or referrals Look at company reviews and realistic time lines companies are promising. When looking at reviews, search public ones listed on places such as Google, Yelp, or Angi. Cannot provide a license or insurance proof Contractors and Companies should be able to provide you with a copy of insurance and their bushiness license number upon request. How to find a reputable contractor? Be sure to check with your local trade organizations for leads on a reputable company. You might try asking your friends and neighbors for recommendations. Find a contractor who is specialized in the work you need completed. This photo is a recent example of 1 of 2 chimneys that were incorrectly lined. The customer had a “company” come to their door offering to line both fireplace chimneys in just a few short hours. Unfortunately, this “company” relied on the home owner’s lack of knowledge and their trust in someone offering a service. What this photo shows is a improper liner, sized too small for the fireplace, and not properly installed in a fireplace with gas logs. These were found during a Level 2 inspection of the chimneys by our company. A liner should be sized to the appliance that is using that chimney flue. More information on chimney liners More information on Level 2...read more