Part Numbers: VFL20IN32N, VFL20IN32P
eFireplaceStore Item Number: CUI-VFL20IN32
UPCs: 720968982100, 720968982117
* Please Note: This unit requires a decorative front. The type of installation you choose determines the kind of front you need. If you want install this unit as a fireplace you must use either a Black Metal Frame with Glass Panel or a Tempered Glass Front with Black Border. If you plan to install it as an insert you must use a Three-Sided Surround with Glass Front. Please take care to order a front that is appropriate for your installation.
*Also 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.
The Loft Vent-Free Zero-Clearance Gas Fireplace is a perfect example of just how far heating appliances have come in the last few years. This unit's available 20,000 BTU's of input, vent-free design, and remote-ready millivolt control offer plenty of convenient, efficient operation.
Homeowners can set this appliance up either as a zero-clearance fireplace or as an insert in an existing fireplace because of its vent-free nature. That vent-free character also contributes to the fact that the burner is 99% efficient, making it an excellent auxiliary heat source. There's even a built-in oxygen depletion sensor that shuts off the entire system if the oxygen level gets low, creating really safe, stable operation.
You can get a great fireplace a lot of places. You can get a great-looking heating appliance lots of places, too. You'll be hard-pressed, however, to find a better combination of form, function, and value than you'll find in this user-friendly heating appliance.
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