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    Wide Variety of Fireplaces

    You have decided that you want to have a fireplace in your home. The inviting gathering place and secondary source of heat are two great reasons to own one. However, as you search for the right one, you may think, which one? There are so many different types of fireplaces that it can almost feel overwhelming. At eFireplaceStore.com, we carefully select only the most durable and attractive fireplaces. We have neatly arranged our page, so you can easily search through the different types of fireplaces.
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    50 Questions & 49 Answers
    Hailey
    from Reno, NV asked:
    July 13, 2017
    How much chimney pipe do I need for my fireplace?
    1 Answers
    Due to the many differences between fireplace brands and types, there is no set minimum distance that can be referenced across the board. Many direct vent appliances require a minimum of 6 inches of horizontal vent or 2 to 3 feet of vertical vent. Wood burning fireplaces typically call for 15 feet of venting, which is measured from the base of the fireplace to the top of the chimney termination. There is also the 10/3/2 rule that pertains to wood burning fireplaces. The rule states that the chimney must extend 3 feet above the roof penetration on the upward side of the pipe, and the top of the chimney must be 2 feet higher than any portion of the building structure within 10 feet. Depending on your roof slope, this could make for as little as 3 feet of chimney above the roof or as much as 15 feet or more. When in doubt, we highly recommend contacting our NFI certified technicians to discuss your installation further. Another resource is our chimney pipe quote form. This form allows you to share all aspects of your installation, providing the details needed for our specialists to generate a thorough quote.
    eFireplaceStore
    on July 13, 2017

    Marco
    from New York, NY asked:
    July 13, 2017
    Who should I work with to install a fireplace?
    1 Answers
    Ideally, it is recommended to work with an NFI certified professional to install your new hearth appliance, however such installers can be difficult to locate in certain areas. The installation of a hearth appliance is often part of a larger project and many contractors have a solid understanding of this type of installation. It is our utmost priority to ensure that thorough technical support is available during the installation process. Any of our NFI certified technicians will be happy to guide you and can be reached at 1-800-203-1642. Likewise, we will be happy to work with your selected contractor to achieve your end goal. Whether you are working with a contractor and want to understand the installation process or plan on handling installation yourself, our fireplace installation guide will provide a solid basis for you to work from.
    eFireplaceStore
    on July 13, 2017

    Sam
    from Naples, FL asked:
    August 11, 2017
    Please compare the advantages and disadvantages of the Empire Carol Rose and the Napoleon linear fireplace (48" propane).
    1 Answers
    The biggest advantage the Napoleon 48" Galaxy unit has over the Carol Rose series is the multi-colored LED light strip effects. The Napoleon unit also offers an optional log set, which is not available with the Carol Rose models.
    Tyler M.
    on August 14, 2017

    Jeffrey
    from Virginia Beach, VA asked:
    July 13, 2017
    Do you ship overseas?
    1 Answers
    Due to the number of obstacles that are involved with overseas shipments, it is currently not our policy to provide this service. However, we are happy to work with a third party freight forwarding company. In these cases, we will provide the same free shipping for orders over $99 to the lower 48 states. The shipment will be sent to a freight forwarding location of your selection, with the assigned booking number attached for a smooth transfer from the freight carrier to the freight forwarder. From there, freight costs will be the customer's responsibility. It is important to note that while we can facilitate this process, it will be up to the customer to verify code compliance within the destination country, as well as taxes levied on incoming shipments.
    eFireplaceStore
    on July 13, 2017

    Alverdia Fields
    from Atlanta, GA asked:
    January 2, 2017
    I need a gas burner/starter for my masonry fire place.
    1 Answers
    Will this be used as a log lighter, or are you looking for a gas log set?
    Brennan W.
    on January 3, 2017

    Robin
    from Newburyport, Massachusetts asked:
    December 21, 2016
    I am taking down a wall and would like to put a see thru fireplace in. Do you have any that are narrow? The ones I see are mostly 24". If possible, is there a gas one that could be side vented thru the wall, or maybe a ventless option?
    1 Answers
    We carry a vent free see through unit that has a framing depth of 12 3/8". It can be found here.
    Brennan W.
    on December 21, 2016

    Dennis
    from Kentucky asked:
    December 18, 2016
    We have a corner wood fireplace, and we want to put a ventless gas log in it. There is a gas line that runs into the fireplace. The label on fireplace reads: Majestic: for wood burning only. Can we put gas logs in this unit?
    1 Answers
    Generally speaking, yes. Most fireplaces approved for burning wood are also suitable for gas log sets. In order to get the right set, you would simply need the full hearth dimensions of your fireplace.
    Kevin E.
    on December 19, 2016

    John
    from Michigan asked:
    December 14, 2016
    What is the total for a Kozy Heat Bayport 36" log Gas Fireplace PG with electronic Ignition Pilot System?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately, as we are not a Kozy Heat dealer, we do not have access to this unit. We apologize for any inconvenience.
    Brennan W.
    on December 14, 2016

    Paula
    from Grand Junction, CO asked:
    December 2, 2016
    We are in an area where we have inversions that require local burning bans in the winter. We are reconstructing a 1976 gas fireplace and would love to be able to burn wood when allowed AND have a gas fireplace when there are burning bans. Is there such an option available?
    1 Answers
    Because of the significant differences in heat output and heat tolerance between gas and wood burning fireplaces, there are not many products on the market that can be used in both applications. The closest option would be to install a gas log lighter in the fireplace and select a set of refractory logs that could be placed on the fireplace grate over the log lighter. The look is not quite as realistic as a true gas log burner, but the logs could be quickly removed and installed, allowing you to switch back and forth at will.
    eFireplaceStore
    on December 5, 2016

    Stephen Hays
    from New York City, New York asked:
    December 1, 2016
    I'm looking for a gel fireplace that is freestanding. I would like it to looks like a wood burning stove or pot belly w/ glass with cast iron feel and legs. Is there anything like that in the market or can i get a gas stove and just use it w/ gels?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately, we do not have any units that would work for this. We apologize for any inconvenience.
    Brennan W.
    on December 1, 2016

    Mel
    from Smithfield, VA asked:
    November 14, 2016
    I want to add a fireplace to our family room that is capable of burning wood and propane. My desire is to have a propane fired unit that could be converted to a wood burning unit if for some reason we were unable to get propane (natural disaster, etc.). Would it need to be zero clearance, and on an outside wall. Room is only 15' x 15' with 8' ceilings, so probably we would only need a medium (36"?) sized unit. Also, the fireplace would be used as a supplemental heat source so efficiency is a consideration. What makes and models are available?

    Tim
    from FL asked:
    October 5, 2016
    Do you offer a see-through fireplace that burns gas and wood (dual fuel)?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately, we do not.
    Brennan W.
    on October 5, 2016

    Mary
    from Raeford, NC asked:
    June 13, 2016
    I have a wood burning fireplace in a home I just purchased. Why do I get smoke in my living room every time I use the fireplace? Had it professional cleaned and top cap replaced. They don't know why this is happening.
    1 Answers
    Draft can be a complicated issue, but spillage is typically the result of the home producing better draft than the chimney itself. This is especially the case with installations on the perimeter of the home where the fireplace is not positioned on an interior wall, leaving most of the chimney at atmospheric temperatures. As cold air is heavier than warm air, the flue gases will follow the path of least-resistance and this may be the already heated living space in your home. With two story homes that have poor insulation with heated air escaping gaps in any attic space or with homes that have very efficient range hoods or bathroom exhaust fans, the force of the buoyant, heated air exiting the home will produce a greater draft than the chimney and a great deal of spillage. A simple fix may be adding a set of doors to your fireplace and keeping them closed while the fire is burning, but this may not eliminate the issues with spillage when building a fire.
    Will M.
    on June 14, 2016

    Steven
    from Ann Arbor, MI asked:
    March 14, 2016
    I am looking at purchasing a Majestic SB80 wood burning fireplace. What is the recommended chimney pipe for this fireplace?
    1 Answers
    This chimney uses Majestic SL1106 Chimney Section - 11 Inch Diameter.
    Kelsey C.
    on March 14, 2016

    John
    from Cheshire, MA asked:
    February 23, 2016
    What is the difference between an insert and a regular fireplace?
    1 Answers
    A fireplace insert is a hearth system that is manufactured to be installed into the opening of an existing masonry or prefabricated wood burning fireplace. This differs from regular fireplaces, which can be installed with wood framing.
    Will M.
    on February 23, 2016

    Ben
    from Wild Rose, WI asked:
    December 18, 2015
    I am building a new home and we would like to install a fireplace capable of being either gas or wood burning. In other words, a wood burning fireplace with a gas line run which we can use if we choose to use a ceramic wood insert. I currently live in Chicago and they are prevalent here, but my building in Wisconsin hasn't heard of this. Do you have a product available and would you know if there are any code restrictions between states that would prevent this (specifically WI)?
    1 Answers
    We have quite a few wood burning models that have knockouts allowing the installation of a gas line for a gas log set or gas insert. One popular model that is large enough to house a true insert is the Superior WRT3042 Pro Series 42" Radiant Wood-Burning Fireplace. I cannot say I am familiar with code in your area specifically, but I have not heard of anything that prevents this type of installation in WI as a state.
    eFireplaceStore
    on December 18, 2015

    Rand
    from Joshua Tree, CA asked:
    December 3, 2015
    Is a flue pipe adapter required on a Durango wood heater stove?
    1 Answers
    The flue adaptor is always recommended as it provides a "crimped end down" connection to the stovepipe with any double wall stovepipe brand. With single wall stovepipe, it's not quite as necessary as you will already have this type of connection. In either case, it provides a more sound connection.
    Will M.
    on December 4, 2015

    Carla
    from Fort Denaud, FL asked:
    October 8, 2015
    Can you put a vented gas fireplace in a bedroom according to building code or does it have to be a ventless unit?
    1 Answers
    A vented gas appliance should be fine to install in a bedroom. However, the restrictions nationwide are on the vent-free/ventless gas appliances. These are limited to 10,000 BTU units in areas where allowed, but some jurisdictions do not allow vent-free gas appliances in a bedroom and some areas of the country do not allow them indoors at all. Please check with your local building code enforcement office for more information.
    Tyler M.
    on October 8, 2015

    Jodie
    from Snohomish, WA asked:
    September 29, 2015
    Is it possible to remove my propane fireplace without ripping out the mantel and stone work and use the bracket from old one to attach a new fireplace?
    1 Answers
    Removing an existing fireplace will involve removal of the existing facing or exterior wall and no components from the original box may be used. The replacement fireplace must be installed per the installation instructions provided in the owner's manual.
    Will M.
    on September 29, 2015

    Trudy
    from Rifle, CO asked:
    August 12, 2015
    Are your EPA fireplaces certified for EPA Phase 2 emissions?
    1 Answers
    For the fireplaces we offer that are Phase II certified, please view our selection of EPA Certified Zero Clearance Fireplaces.
    Will M.
    on August 13, 2015

    Chaz
    from Wadsworth, IL asked:
    June 9, 2015
    We ordered a Napoleon H30F Ascent Builder Series 30" Direct Vent Fireplace, model number NPL-B30NTR, and we need a remote control for it. Which remote should I order?
    1 Answers
    Brennan W.
    on June 9, 2015

    Lesky
    from Orion Township, MI asked:
    March 16, 2015
    We would like to install a gas fireplace in the living room of an existing house, mostly for occasional use. We would like the simplicity of a direct vent. Can we leave the doors open during use? We would use a screen curtain if the doors were open.
    1 Answers
    Direct vent gas fireplaces require a fixed glass panel that cannot be removed during operation. The nature of a direct vent gas appliance is to seal the combustion chamber from the room so as to not interact with room air. Combustion air is provided via the outer-pipe in a double-wall, coaxial (pipe-within-a-pipe) system. For more information, please see our Gas Fireplace and Stove Buying Guide. That article includes information on B-Vent gas fireplaces, which are primarily decorative units that can be operated with optional glass doors open.
    Tyler M.
    on March 16, 2015

    Lyndon
    from Howley, CAN asked:
    February 3, 2015
    The blower on my fireplace is turning very slow. What could be the problem?
    1 Answers
    It is possible that the motor has gotten weak or the bearings themselves need to be lubricated. I recommend removing the blower from the unit and lightly oiling the bearings with machine oil. If this does not solve the problem, the motor may need replacement. If the blower has a speed control as well, check to ensure it is not turned down.
    eFireplaceStore
    on February 3, 2015

    Harvey
    from Southold, NY asked:
    December 29, 2014
    The remote for it has stopped working, even after I changed the batteries, but I was told that there are batteries in the firebox unit as well. Can you explain just where I would find them and what type of battery is used?
    1 Answers
    The remote receiver is indeed located within the fireplace itself. After opening the bottom louvers, look for a small black receiver box. It will measure about 2 inches by 2 inches. The receiver should have a slider switch with the positions "off", "remote", and "on". The receiver contains 4 AA batteries.
    eFireplaceStore
    on December 30, 2014

    Paul
    from Pittsburgh, PA asked:
    December 27, 2014
    I would like to install a wood burning fireplace insert into an existing fireplace. How big of a hearth do I need to be safe? I have a brick course in front of the fireplace and then wood floors beyond that. Would I need a fireproof hearth rug to make sure that my floors are not burned?
    1 Answers
    Wood burning fireplace inserts are sealed and generally do not require a hearth extension. However, it is not a bad idea to install one in front of a insert to protect sensitive hardwood floors from the drying effect of the heat.
    eFireplaceStore
    on December 29, 2014

    Rob
    from Dallas, TX asked:
    November 8, 2014
    Do I have to use a stainless steel firebox on an outside patio even if it is under a roof?
    1 Answers
    Yes, due to the moisture in the outside air, we recommend a stainless steel firebox for such an application. Otherwise, a standard firebox will eventually fall victim to rust and corrosion.
    Tyler M.
    on November 10, 2014

    Brian
    from Waterford, MI asked:
    October 7, 2014
    Where can I find all of your 3 sided gas fireplace?
    1 Answers
    You can see our multi-sided fireplaces here: See-Thru, Island, & Peninsula Fireplaces
    Tyler M.
    on October 8, 2014

    Jeffrey
    from Milford, Michigan asked:
    September 23, 2014
    I'm looking for a higher efficiency fireplace unit to build into my family room. Needs to be self-contained, so I can just frame around and do the stone. I'd like it to have a little shelf area that stick out forward to put a kettle on if possible. We do not have a masonry fireplace, so I guess I can't use an insert. Not seeing much of what I want on your site. Can you help?
    1 Answers
    One of our high efficiency units that wood work for your application is the Superior WCT4820 Custom Series EPA Phase II Circulating Wood-Burning Fireplace. Unfortunately, this model of fireplace does not have the shelf you are looking for, which is common of the built in high efficiency wood burning models. How much space are you looking to heat with the unit?
    eFireplaceStore
    on September 23, 2014

    Mike
    from Cincinnati, OH asked:
    September 21, 2014
    What are advantages/disadvantages of vent versus vent free? I can do either but vented straight back is preferred.
    1 Answers
    If possible, using a vented unit is preferable. The only disadvantage to a vented unit is the slight decrease in overall efficiency when compared to vent free. However, they do not effect indoor air quality and do not introduce excess moisture into the room. Vent free units offer more versatility and greater efficiency, but many customers report being able to smell them while operating and they can add too much moisture to the room when operating for extended periods. They are also known to cause oxygen depletion issues in very tight homes.
    eFireplaceStore
    on September 22, 2014

    Alex
    from Chesapeake, VA asked:
    September 14, 2014
    My home has a fire place which I use for burning wood and the bottom of the fireplace has warped and the back now has cracks. I would like to replace those pieces, but every where I go they ask for the manufacturer of the fireplace. So, how do I find out who manufactured my fire place?
    1 Answers
    The unit should have a metal build plate that is located in one of a couple potential locations. The plate will have both the manufacturer name and model information engraved or stamped in place. Possible locations are as follows: 1. Just inside the fireplace opening, on the upper left or right wall, above the firebrick panels. You may need a flashlight to see the plate in this location. 2. On the back side of the metal smoke shelf that runs across the top of the fireplace opening. 3. Beneath the bottom hearth panel, on the fireplace floor. If the unit has louvers on the face, the plate is sometimes behind the bottom louvers.
    eFireplaceStore
    on September 15, 2014

    Marty
    from Richmond, VA asked:
    August 17, 2014
    Does the ST900 have an electric blower option?
    1 Answers
    This unit does not offer an accessory blower at this time. It relies on radiant heat only.
    eFireplaceStore
    on August 18, 2014

    Ann
    from Stony Point, New York asked:
    August 13, 2014
    Do any of the inserts come in brown? I need a porcelain brown color. Can you help me find that?
    1 Answers
    Yes, please see the Napoleon EPI3TN Wood Burning Traditional Front Insert in Majolica Brown. That insert has a porcelain brown finish.
    Tyler M.
    on August 13, 2014

    Dale
    from Black Mountain, NC asked:
    May 27, 2014
    I am confused. We want a Victorian or early American cast iron look on a large corner fireplace. Particulars: New construction corner of a large living room, 42", Propane, direct vent. What I don't understand is do I buy a separate firebox, log set, and surround, or do I buy a firebox / log set / surround as a package, or what? Also, the term "insert" gets used by different sites to mean either a unit inserted into an existing box, or an entire new unit. How do I get started?
    1 Answers
    I will be happy to assist you further. The term "insert" is indeed a commonly misused title. In your case, you are looking for a complete prefabricated fireplace. Most direct vent units will come complete with a built in burner and log set, although a few models offer modular burner and log assemblies that allow you to change the appearance. To achieve the look you are going for, a facade or surround is usually added to change the appearance of the unit. For my reference, have you found any photos during your search that give an idea of what you are looking for? If so, may I please have you forward them to me? I can then search my inventory to see what may work. Also, do you plan on venting the fireplace vertically through the roof or will it be against an outside wall and vented horizontally?
    eFireplaceStore
    on May 28, 2014

    Dee
    from Texas asked:
    May 19, 2014
    We are buying a home that has a screened-in round fireplace in the middle of the room. It sits at eye level on rocks. I'd like to paint the black to copper, but I plan on using the fireplace. Will high temperature paint hold up? Can we paint the rocks below, too? Will that also require high temperature paint?
    1 Answers
    A high temperature paint would indeed be suitable for your application. Most of our stove paints are rated to 1200 or 1400 degrees. For all but the highest temperature applications, the paint will work without losing its color. However, we do not offer the high temperature paint in a copper finish. The only copper paint we carry is for gas fireplace surrounds, which is not rated to a high enough temperature for your application.
    eFireplaceStore
    on May 20, 2014

    Pumpkin
    from Chicago, IL asked:
    April 4, 2014
    We are moving into a new house and it does not have a fireplace. How hard is it to run a line for a gas fireplace if there is not one in the room yet? Is it very expensive to do so? (we would need a professional as we are inept at this kind of thing.)
    1 Answers
    As you are in Chicago, we would imagine that you have a natural gas supply already run to the home. As such, it should not be overly expensive to run a supply line to the proposed fireplace's installation site. We recommend contacting local plumbers to get quotes for such a job to get a ballpark estimate on costs.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on April 4, 2014

    Vicki
    from New York asked:
    March 20, 2014
    Are there dual gas/ wood fireplaces?
    1 Answers
    As of now, there are not any units produced that are able to be quickly switched between fuels. There are prefabricated wood burning fireplaces that have provisions for gas logs or fire glass sets to be installed, but they are not designed to be quickly switched back to a wood burning application. The fuel types are simply too different.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on March 20, 2014

    Sara
    from TX asked:
    March 8, 2014
    I am looking for a round fireplace hood that sits in the middle of a room.
    1 Answers
    We unfortunately only offer fireplace hoods that can accommodate a flat, single side of a fireplace. A round hood would need to be custom fabricated by a local machinist.
    Kevin E. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on March 9, 2014

    Dave
    from Vinton, Iowa asked:
    March 2, 2014
    Is there such a thing as an LP fireplace that we can also burn wood in? We have a LP fireplace now that is built into a wall, but it leaks heat to the outdoors. We would like to replace it with a fire place that can burn LP or wood. Can you help?
    1 Answers
    There is no such fireplace on the market that allows you to burn wood and LP interchangeably. The only way to achieve the capability to burn gas or wood would be to purchase a woodburning fireplace and install a propane gas log set. To burn wood, however, you would have to completely uninstall the log set and burner.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on March 3, 2014

    Phil
    from South Carolina asked:
    February 22, 2014
    I have an Empire ventless 32" and it works great, so why upon starting do we get an odor? It's been used for 3 months.
    1 Answers
    During the brief period between gas flow to the burner and actual ignition, some residual gas odorant will be released into the room. There is also a brief period of partial combustion, but the smell should dissipate a few minutes after initial ignition of the unit. If the smell persists for longer, there may be an issue with the air adjustment to the unit or there could be debris blowing the air shutter.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on February 24, 2014

    Erin
    from Colorado asked:
    February 13, 2014
    I am looking for a double sided ventless fireplace with either natural gas or propane. This would be double sided from a bedroom to a bathroom and because it is a bedroom, I need a unit with only 10,000 BTU's (I believe). This bedroom/bathroom need heat, so I am hoping that will be enough to heat. Can you recommend a unit for me? Is this even an option?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately, I am not aware of a see through version of vent free fireplace in production that meets the 10k BTU limit. Because the 10k BTU models have a very low flame, a see through version is likely not to be made, as the flame would be even smaller. We do offer direct vent see through units that are able to be vented vertically and horizontally, if there is a wall enclosure that will be able to conceal the vent pipe above or to the side of the unit.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on February 13, 2014

    Jeremy
    from MA asked:
    January 31, 2014
    I have an older wood burning Majestic fireplace, probably from the later '90's, and would like to replace the inserts. I've tried to search on the model # and can't seem to find what I'm looking for. The model number isn't matching up with anything. Attaching a picture of the fireplace and of the model tag. The model appears to be BI836 or something like that.
    1 Answers
    Per the manufacturer, the original panels for this unit are no longer produced. However, we do offer universal refractory panels that can be cut to fit. To replace both sides and the back panel, the larger kit will be needed. The item is the Hargrove Replacement Fireplace Refractory Panels - 24 inch X 40 inch - Set of 2. These universal panels can be cut to size by using a tile saw or a circular saw equipped with a masonry blade. I am very sorry that I cannot procure the originals.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on February 3, 2014

    David
    from Glen rose, Texas asked:
    January 5, 2014
    I have a gas fireplace and want to convert it to wood burning or put an insert in. What are my options?
    1 Answers
    Your entire fireplace would need to be removed, as a woodburning insert needs to be installed inside a pre-existing solid fuel fireplace. However, once removed, you can install any appropriately-sized zero-clearance woodburning fireplace. Please note, all of those models will require a new dedicated class A chimney system.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on January 6, 2014

    Juan
    from Orlando, FL asked:
    January 5, 2014
    Can you have a fireplace that is wood burning and gas burning? If so, how does it work?
    1 Answers
    Many of our woodburning fireplaces are able to accept an incoming gas line for a log lighter or a gas log burner. Please let us know if you have questions about any specific model and we can advise further.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on January 6, 2014

    Shashi
    from California asked:
    December 6, 2013
    I have seen a fireplace with flames coming from a sand and gravel/glass pebble bed instead of logs. What are these types of fireplaces called, and do you have one for sale?
    1 Answers
    Yes, we offer both vented and ventless gas burners with the option to use glass instead of logs, as well as full fireplace systems with similar configurations. Please see an example of each below: Real Fyre 24" Black Vented Natural Gas Fire Glass Set with On/Off Automatic Pilot Kit Napoleon Crystallo Clean-Face Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Please advise which of these is more suitable for your application and we can provide more information and additional suggestions.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on December 6, 2013

    Tom
    from Maryland asked:
    November 17, 2013
    I have a Temco fireplace, model number TCH4429. I am looking for a replacement grate. The tag on the fireplace says I should use Temco number M69634-M. I am also looking for a replacement brick back (it is whitish in color with a running bond pattern). Are these replacement parts available?
    1 Answers
    No; Temco has gone out of business so these parts are no longer available. You can check for a grate in our Fireplace Grates section, and we do offer some universal refractory panels that will work for your woodburning fireplace. Please see the following links: One 24"h x 28"w Panel Two 24" h x 40"w Panels These panels are about 3/4" thick and can be cut down to the size you need with a masonry blade or tile saw. They are suitable for use as side, rear and floor panels inside any manufactured woodburning fireplace.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on November 18, 2013

    Geneva
    from Kentucky asked:
    November 8, 2013
    My husband and I live in a manufactured home that has a wood burning (vented) fireplace. We would like to use the "gel can" fuel to just create the ambiance of a fire without the wood, heat, etc. Can we use the gel fuel in our vented fireplace?
    1 Answers
    Certainly. Gel fuel containers are not required to be vented. As such, a gel fuel tray could be installed into your existing wood burning unit without a problem.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on November 8, 2013

    Tom
    from Willoughby, Ohio asked:
    October 16, 2013
    The dimensions I have are as follows: Rear width = 30" Front width = 20" Depth = 14" I need a vented, natural gas, indoor, and electronic pilot. What are your recommendations?
    1 Answers
    Chris
    on October 16, 2013

    Toni
    from Los Angeles, CA asked:
    October 3, 2013
    We want to buy a bigger double sided fireplace that will have a gas log insert. We want the pretty colorful glass (sand-gravel) pieces in the bottom. Can a fireplace like this take wood logs too, if we choose at some point to burn wood?
    1 Answers
    It is indeed possible to use a wood burning fireplace that can be retrofitted with glass, then used again as a wood burning unit if you like.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on October 3, 2013

    Niki
    from Tulsa, OK asked:
    September 25, 2013
    Can a fireplace be installed in an existing home?
    1 Answers
    Yes, all of our fireplaces in this category are able to be installed in an existing home. Most models, of course, require their own manufactured chimney that must also be installed, so picking out the right type of fireplace and venting components can be a considerable task for a retrofit. However, installation of gas fireplaces--particularly direct vent fireplaces and vent-free fireplaces--is considerably more feasible for existing home installations. For more information, please see our Gas Fireplace and Stove Buying Guide.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on September 26, 2013

    Sam
    from TX asked:
    July 22, 2013
    I need to replace a number of these in my fireplace. What are they called?
    1 Answers
    These items are known as firebrick, although the size of the brick in your fireplace is not common and almost appears to be more of a tile. They appear to be perfectly square.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on July 23, 2013


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