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Renee from Hoboken NJ asked:
Should old embers be discarded before adding new embers?
Should old embers be discarded before adding new embers?
Yes.
Answered by: Will M.

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Craig H. from Lafayette,LA asked:
What do you suggest for a ventless gas fireplace to enhance to fire look? Embers? Rock? or what?
What do you suggest for a ventless gas fireplace to enhance to fire look? Embers? Rock? or what?
For a ventelss gas fireplace, you will not be able to add any embers to the burner. However, you may be able to add lava rock around the burner base to create a more realistic look. I recommend locating the product literature for the fireplace for further instruction.
Answered by: Will M.

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Mick K. from Asheville, NC asked:
If I put a small pile of lava rock around the inside of my woodstove will that help increase efficiency by holding the heat longer?
If I put a small pile of lava rock around the inside of my woodstove will that help increase efficiency by holding the heat longer?
Likely not. Lava rock primarily serves to add aesthetic value to your appliance. For your wood burning stove, you'd likely be better off making sure your fire brick and fire baffles are in good working order.
Answered by: Kevin E.

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Patsy G. from Franklinton, la. asked:
Is it possible to use lava rocks in a ventless gas log set that is 5 years old (Martin, model number is LR,  serial number is 232244)?
Is it possible to use lava rocks in a ventless gas log set that is 5 years old (Martin, model number is LR, serial number is 232244)?

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About Fireplace Embers & Rocks

Now you can have gas fireplace embers! It's hard to know what they are called. If you googled it, you might search " embers fireplace. " And it would be the mark. A real wood fire doesn't just have burning logs. As the fire continues, it creates a bed of glowing coals and embers as the logs fall apart. You can create gas fireplace embers in a gas fireplace by including chips and chunks made from ceramic fiber or volcanic rock that will have a natural glow as the fire heats them. These gas fireplace embers also increase the heat production of the fireplace since the chunks capture heat and then radiate it into the room. Various fireplace rocks and glowing embers sizes and finishes are available to complement the unique design of your embers fireplace.