By Kim from Wilmington, Delaware on March 30, 2014
Is this compatible with natural gas?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on March 31, 2014
Answer:This unit can indeed be used with natural gas. You will only need to specify natural gas from the drop down menu when ordering.
By Harold from Albany, NY on March 25, 2015
Does this Radiant Ironwood log set work with real flames?
By eFireplaceStore on March 25, 2015
Answer:This unit does have a real gas burner installed and utilizes propane or natural gas. The input rating is approximately 24,000 BTUs.
By Paul from Houston on January 17, 2013
I want to insert a stand alone fireplace in a cutout hole in my living room. The fireplace should not require venting of any kind. It should be able to put air in from the living area, heat the air, and blow it back out into the living room with small noiseless fans at the bottom of the fireplace. Of course it has logs and a gas fire for looks.
My cutoff has already been wired (for the fans) and a natural gas pipe ran to the opening. Do you sell a fireplace that I can use?
By Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on January 17, 2013
It would appear that you are referring to one of our vent-free, zero clearance fireplaces. These appliances are designed to be framed right into a combustible wall. Something like our Vail
may fit the bill. What are your opening dimensions? We'd be happy to find something that will work for you.
By Charlie from Olney, MD on September 16, 2012
I am interested in either the Napalopeon XIR3N or the XIR4N with the following options: optional rocks, contemporary satin chrome plated rectangular front, terminal kit GD1-226 and 25' vent kit GD1-325kt.
I want to verify that the cover will fit the opening and not interfere with the surround and mantel.
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 17, 2012
Answer:The XIR4 insert would be the better fit. Both the XIR3 and XIR4 surrounds would leave one inch of space between the surround edge and the mantel legs. However, the XIR3 insert would be one inch short of covering the fireplace opening completely.