The Heatmaster Standard 36 Inch Vent Free Firebox might be the most important decision you make in heating your home. Every home has different needs, but homeowners thinking about installing or improving a gas fireplace often need to think about picking the right firebox for the job.
Fireboxes are available in a variety of different sizes and styles. Some are direct vent, others are vent-free. Some use naturally refractive materials to help create more radiant heat, others provide a more decorative element to the home's decor.
Whatever direction you decide to take, though, make sure that you are buying a quality product like the one pictured here. If this firebox meets the needs of your home or building project, then the Heatmaster Standard 36 Inch Vent Free Firebox is the perfect choice for you.
Please Note: This item is a vent free appliance and installation of it may be prohibited in your jurisdiction. Customers are responsible for checking local codes and regulations prior to purchase.
Standard 36 Inch vent-free Firebox
Realistic masonry stacked firebrick liner
Pre-wired with Thermo-disc
Gas access on both sides
5 years - Firebox
1 year on thermo disc
Front Width: 36"
Back Width: 30-3/8"
Manufacturer: Heatmaster Part Number: HVF-36 eFireplaceStore Item Number: FSD-HVF-36
Does this Heatmaster Standard 36" vent free firebox require a glass front or do the fire logs burn in the open fire box with an optional screen for cover?
By Will M. on May 22, 2015
While this box will come with a screen mesh panel, you cannot install glass doors as this vent free firebox is only suitable for use with Ventless Gas Logs. Adding doors to a vent free firebox or fireplace would seal off the combustion and this would cause the ventless log set to fail as they require oxygen from the room for operation.
By Vi from RI on June 13, 2013
Do you have a log set for this firebox?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on June 13, 2013
Because this firebox does not have a specified log set, you can use either an 18" or 24" vent free log set. Any brand that meets the current ANSI/CSA fuel gas code for ventless appliances can be used.