Lexington Forge Fireplaces - You can't get any closer to that classic, time-honored look and feel of an old-fashioned fireplace than you get with a Lexington Forge fireplace. Lexington Forge fireplaces give you all of the wonderful durability, quality, and function of a traditional fireplace with a look that hearkens back to the past, but also has a modern feel that complements any home's interior. You can get all sorts of heaters or fireplaces to heat your home, but you can't get anything that will last as long, that will look as beautiful, or that will function as consistently as a Lexington Forge fireplace will. You also can't get a better deal on a Lexington Forge fireplace than you'll find at Efireplacestore.com, so look through our selection of high-quality, value-priced fireplaces from Lexington Forge to find the fireplace for you.
I bought my fireplace from Watson's, but doesn't include rock wool - what can I use in its place?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on April 23, 2013
We do not recommend trying to purchase universal replacement accessories such as these, as any direct vent fireplace is specifically tested and listed for use only with what the manufacturer provides. Please contact Watson's for more information regarding your specific installation, to ensure proper clearances to combustibles and safe usage of your new fireplace.
By Neil from Wilmington, OH on May 15, 2015
My Lexington/Monessen fireplace keeps sooting up. Could the gas logs be causing this? The vent is clear of obstructions but the unit and logs are ten years old.
By Brennan W. on May 18, 2015
The logs could very well be causing the sooting if they are installed in an improper manner that could cause the impingement of the flame. It could also be due to dust or debris clogging the burner.
By Francine Cunningham from West Hartford, CT on October 27, 2012
Can you run the Lexington Forge fireplace during a power outage without the blower running?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on October 29, 2012
Yes, the LX36 and LX32 models use a millivolt ignition system that does not require electricity to operate. As you mentioned, the only part affected by a power outage would be the blower, but the fireplace would be able to be operate.
By Sharlene from Merced, CA on June 23, 2015
How much space is needed between these Lexington Forge fireplaces and a wooden mantle?
By Will M. on June 23, 2015
A mantel must be installed at least 46 3/4" from the base of the fireplace as shown on page 9 of the installation manual.