Part Numbers: DVLL60BP90N, DVLL60BP90P
eFireplaceStore Item Number: EMP-DVLL60BP90N
UPCs: 720968967541, 720968967558
*Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 5 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page if available for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Empire knows what appeals to the homeowner and proves it once again with the contemporary but elegant Boulevard Direct Vent Contemporary Linear Gas Fireplace. At 60 inches wide, this electric ignition fireplace is well suited for wall mounting or traditional placement. With a black matte liner, you might think this fireplace will be boring, but that is far from the case! The required decorative crushed glass comes in a variety of colors to cover the fireplace floor. Available for both natural gas and propane hook-ups, this fireplace even has a remote that will allow the system to work during a power outage through the use of a standing pilot light!
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We apologize, but Empire does not provide CAD files. The best we can offer is this detailed specification sheet. Boulevard 60"
I have noticed some fireplace manufacturers have come out with venting accessories that can be added to the fireplace that help alleviate overheating of TV's by installing multiple vent pipes from the "firebox" inside the wall and then up above the wall cavity and out a long and narrow horizontal register in the wall above the TV. My question is if Empire has this type of solution?
No, Empire does not offer any kind of heat distribution kit for this purpose. Please see an article below that can provide some guidance: Making Fireplaces and Televisions Coexist.
I have a 32" gas insert now, can this be used to replace that? My insert was in a wood-burning brick fireplace with chimney.
Can it have a vent both inside and out to add heat in the winter?