By Jenn from Pomona, CA on December 27, 2016
I'm looking into the Superior DRT 2035 fireplace, and was wondering how much does it cost to operate?
By Owen on December 28, 2016
Answer:The best way to estimate your gas usage is to know what your current use is on heating. A lot depends on how often you will use it, the area you are trying to heat, the temp in your area and the heat loss in of your home. What fuel source are you currently using? What is your current/previous usage of that fuel source? and what actual unit are you using now to heat your home? Finally are you using it to heat the entire home, just the room it will be in or is it going to be used for ambiance?
By Suzanne from CA on April 22, 2016
What is the actual glass viewing area of the DRT2035 Merit 35" model?
By eFireplaceStore on April 25, 2016
Answer:The actual viewing area is 32 3/8 inches wide and 22 1/4 inches tall.
By Wally from Norfolk, VA on December 10, 2016
I own a Superior 2035 that uses LP gas. Can you tell me if this unit can be converted to natural gas?
By eFireplaceStore on December 12, 2016
Answer:The unit can indeed be converted. May I please have you confirm if your model uses a standing pilot or if it is electronic ignition? Please advise when you can.
By Dale from Overland Park, Kansas on December 6, 2016
Can a blower be added to this model after it has been installed, and surrounded by tile?
By Will M. on December 6, 2016
Answer:Unless voltage was run to the fireplace prior to installation, installing an optional blower will require partial removal of a wall and any finishing materials used.
By BJ from Hope HIlls, NC on May 12, 2015
What are the framing dimensions of this Superior DRT2035 Merit top vent fireplace?
By Brennan W. on May 12, 2015
Answer:The framing dimensions are 35 1/4" wide, 18" deep, and 35 1/4" high.
By Donna from NY on March 20, 2016
How do I turn up the flame of this Superior fireplace a little higher?
By Will M. on March 21, 2016
Please view the instructions for accessing the control compartment on page 50 of this installation manual.
On the gas valve, you will see a Hi/Lo knob for flame adjustment.
By Fred from Quincy, MA on May 4, 2015
I noticed that there is a screen on this Superior DRT2035 fireplace. Can this unit be safely operated with glass removed and screen installed? Also, can this unit be safely used with the screen removed while glass is installed since since it obstructs my view of the fire?
By Tyler M. on May 4, 2015
Answer:The glass panel cannot be removed during operation; this is required for any direct vent gas appliance. The screen, meanwhile, is removable, but the manufacturer recommends having it in place during operation for safety reasons as the tempered glass on this unit can get very hot when in use.