By Jeff from Nashville, TN on January 10, 2013
I have an existing fireplace that is 24-inches wide in the back and 36-inches in the front. I want to convert/change it to a gas fireplace with glass, the gas is already there, it comes out from the left hand side half way from the front to back. looking for an open front burner pan and some kind of starter that does not require a pilot light that i can wire to a light switch to turn on and off. attached is a picture of the fireplace. What do you recommend that will work and fit in my place?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 10, 2013
Answer:You will likely want to use one of our R.H. Peterson fire glass sets, with an electronic pilot assembly. This would eliminate the need for a standing pilot and enables the use of either a remote control or a wall switch. The system is also battery powered, so no electricity needs to be run to the unit. What is the depth of the fireplace opening? Also, I am assuming that you are using natural gas, rather than propane? Do you have a preference on the color of glass you would like to use? Please advise at your convenience.
By Jane Trembour from Clinton Township, MI on November 26, 2012
Can I remove the gas logs in my fireplace and replace with glass?
By Magan B. on November 26, 2012
The RH Peterson glass is intended to be used with a pan burner. As such, we sell the complete Gas Fire Glass Sets
By Virginia from Phoenix on February 13, 2013
Can I just take out my old gas log & put your glass pebbles or pieces in its place?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 13, 2013
Answer:In order for a fireplace or log set to use fire glass or fire shapes, it must be able to use an adapter kit or tray that will allow you to spread the glass or position the shapes accordingly. Without the tray, flame impingement will result, creating large amounts of soot.
By Elizabeth from Orlando, FL on June 24, 2013
How can I clean soda discoloration off of the glass pebbles and get them back to their original crystal color?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on June 25, 2013
Answer:It is likely that the glass pebbles cannot be returned to their original color, as the soda likely cooled them rapidly, causing contraction and the residue to be drawn into the glass.
You may try soaking the pebbles in a tub of glass cleaner, as this might help to draw out the residue. If the color does return, rinse the pebbles in clean cool water before returning them to the fireplace.
By Mark Gilkey from Phoenix on December 19, 2012
When using fireplace glass, if what you have had was the usual log assembly, to use the glass instead do the logs just come out and you remove the grate? Does the burner have to be modified in any way ?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on December 19, 2012
Answer:Yes, the burner you are using must be tested and listed for use with fire glass. You cannot use fire glass on any vented gas burner.