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    Propane and Natural Gas Heating Stoves

    Gas burning wood stoves are a great option for those who want the warmth and beauty of a wood burning gas heating stove without all the hassle. Whether you want a vent-free, direct vent, b-vent, or natural vent gas stove, has options. One of our best sellers is the Empire VFP30CA30 Heritage Vent-Free Cast Iron Gas Stove with Porcelain Finish. This particular propane heating stove model uses propane fuel and features 25,000 BTU's of energy heat efficient heat. It requires no venting and has a safety sensor that will shut everything down if the oxygen levels get too low. Its beautiful cast iron finish and authentic ceramic log set will add sophistication and charm to any home.
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    27 Questions & 27 Answers
    from 14132 asked:
    February 23, 2018
    How many BTUs are required to heat a 32ft x 24 ft x 9 ft ceiling room with average insulation?
    1 Answer
    You will need approximately 30,000 BTUs to heat a room this size.
    Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on February 23, 2018

    Steven H
    from Grimsley, TN asked:
    December 30, 2017
    Can I use the class A double and triple wall S.S. 6 inch pipe from my Lopi Answer woodstove for a propane stove? We are going to either get a Lopi liberty or a 40,000 btu or better propane stove. Trying to compare. Had back surgery and its getting hard to bring wood up from the woodshed. I have 2000 sq ft of space to heat.
    1 Answer
    While you may be able to use the convert the existing class A chimney for use with the coaxial vent needed for a freestanding direct vent stove, any stovepipe used would need to be removed and there are no systems available that will provide heating anywhere near the Btu range needed to heat a 2000 square foot space. Only wood and pellet stoves will heat the space you describe.
    Will M.
    on January 2, 2018

    from Nevada City, CA asked:
    December 23, 2017
    Is there such a thing as a combination wood and propane fueled stove?
    1 Answer
    I'm afraid there is not. You can have a LP log lighter, but no stove that can burn both fuels for heat.
    on December 26, 2017

    Doug C.
    from Tulare, CA asked:
    December 21, 2017
    We are looking for a replacement gas valve or retrofit kit gas control system for a Majestic model # DV360RFN. We have a Honeywell RV8310 E 1107 natural gas failed valve. Is this something you have?
    1 Answer
    I'm afraid not. That valve is no longer available and Majestic does not show a suitable replacement for it.
    on December 21, 2017

    Hal A
    from Boise, ID asked:
    December 16, 2017
    I am curious to know if there are any duel fuel, wood and natural gas free standing stoves on the market? --Hal
    1 Answer
    I am not aware of any that are currently on the market. I apologize for any inconvenience.
    Brennan W.
    on December 17, 2017

    from Trout Lake, WA asked:
    November 24, 2017
    I have a Napolean vent free fireplace insert running on propane. When it starts, the valve opens and it takes 5 seconds for the propane to ignite, usually with a woosh, then it runs normally. The pilot is not close to the gas jets, which is the reason for the delay, I guess, but is there an adjustment to ignite the gas quicker? The pilot is fixed and I don't know how to adjust. (Gas pressure is OK, I checked).
    1 Answer
    There would be no adjustment to ignite the gas faster that I know of.
    on November 27, 2017

    from CO asked:
    September 26, 2017
    I have a question about vent free stoves; how are they possible? Where do all the "emissions and gases" go? Thank you
    1 Answer
    Ventless systems are designed in a way where they provide complete combustion where the only byproducts of this process will be water vapor and carbon dioxide. Please note that you will likely not be able to install a ventless system in your home state of Colorado because most all municipalities in this state have banned ventless systems and your elevation is above 4500'. Ventless systems will not function without frequent outages being experienced at any elevation above 4500', as the thin air will trigger the ODS or "Oxygen Depletion Sensor."
    Will M.
    on September 26, 2017

    from MA asked:
    July 19, 2017
    I presently have natural gas logs for ambiance, not heat. Now, I want more heat and visited local chimney stores, viewing stoves and inserts. The stove insert is more intrusive on the floor space: beyond the face of the fireplace. Is that required for the radiant heat without the blowers? Or, is it possible to place the entire stove into the large enough fireplace?
    1 Answer
    Installing a fireplace insert will be your best option. While you could theoretically install a freestanding gas stove inside of a very large masonry opening, the opening would have to be massive for this to work. To answer your question, some direct vent fireplace inserts would not have to project out onto the hearth in front of the fireplace opening more than an inch or so. When any insert projects out further, a very shallow fireplace opening is normally the cause and this has nothing to do with efficiency or functionality. I would also add that most all direct vent freestanding stoves will provide lesser heating efficiency on average when compared with direct vent gas inserts, if you were choosing between these two options. If you are looking for the best gas hearth system that would work with your fireplace opening measurements, we will need to know the front width, rear width, depth and height of your fireplace opening.
    Will M.
    on July 19, 2017

    from Berkeley, CA asked:
    February 6, 2017
    I want a natural gas visible flame heater for a 350 sq ft place in the San Francisco area, direct vent. It is for a garage conversion in CA (living and sleeping). I would like one that fits into the standard wall new construction and has a fan; However, I want a small size, direct vent, say 30 inches wide and 30 inches tall, recessed into the wall. If needed, I can live with a freestanding flame-visible direct vent unit. Brand is less important than a nice unit. Please, share ideas.
    1 Answer
    If you are looking to frame this in, a freestanding stove or wall heater may not be the best option and a Direct Vent Fireplace would be a better route. If the framing dimensions have to be 30" x 30", we will not offer anything matching this option. However, both the Empire Medium Loft Direct Vent Gas Fireplace with Intermittent Pilot and the Napoleon B30 Ascent Builder Series 30" Direct Vent Fireplace - Electronic Ignition may work if there is some flexibility.
    Will M.
    on February 7, 2017

    Deborah Gagne
    from Saint Sauveur, Quebec Canada asked:
    December 21, 2016
    I am looking for a gas stove approved for a mobile home.
    1 Answer
    Our selection of mobile home-approved gas stoves may be found here.
    Will M.
    on December 22, 2016

    from Leonia, nj asked:
    October 8, 2016
    I have 900 square feet where I need heating improvements. What is more efficient gas or pellet stoves?
    1 Answer
    Generally speaking, pellet stoves will be more efficient. The BTU output will also be limited with direct vent gas stoves.
    Will M.
    on October 10, 2016

    from OR asked:
    September 10, 2016
    What are the disadvantages of vent free stove?
    1 Answer
    While vent free stoves allow you to get a maximum amount of heat from your unit, they are only meant to be used for around 2-3 hours at a time, and they can put off a smell that is noticeable to people with bad allergies or sensitive noses.
    Brennan W.
    on September 12, 2016

    from Piscataway, NJ asked:
    March 19, 2016
    I am looking to purchase a gas stove with gas logs vented out of the wall. There is currently an electric fake wall fireplace in this room. What is the best way forward and what is the best energy output for a room that measures 192 square feet. It is a den that is on a slab and remains quite cold. It is down 3 steps from the rest of the house and is off a 1.5 car garage. Would I be able to place a gas stove directly on a hardwood floor or rug or would I need some type of non-flammable surface underneath it?
    1 Answer
    Because of the relatively small footage of the room, I recommend using a compact gas stove such as the Napoleon Arlington Direct Vent Cast Iron Gas Stove - GDS20NSB. This unit will be small enough as to not overheat the space and can be vented vertically in the room and then 90 degrees to the outside wall or you can vent it directly horizontally if you prefer a cleaner look. The stove can be set upon combustible flooring without additional protection.
    on March 21, 2016

    from North Platte, NE asked:
    October 13, 2015
    We own a Napoleon gas stove that we purchased from you a couple of years ago. What kind of glass cleaner do we need to use on the doors?
    1 Answer
    We would suggest a non-abbrasive gas appliance glass cleaner such as the Stove Bright Gas Appliance Glass Cleaner - 43600.
    Brennan W.
    on October 13, 2015

    from Woodruff, WI asked:
    September 29, 2015
    Could I install the venting of a gas stove by myself? I would have the gas hookup done by a certified installer.
    1 Answer
    The venting should be installed by a certified installer in order to maintain the warranty.
    Brennan W.
    on September 30, 2015

    from Cedaredge, CO asked:
    September 15, 2015
    We are at 6,400 feet above sea level. Is it possible for us to use a non-vented gas stove?
    1 Answer
    The ODS pilot assembly for vent free heaters is calibrated to operate normally up to elevations of 4,500 feet. Above that, you may have nuisance pilot outages, as the oxygen depletion system will cause it to shut down. This is an unfortunate byproduct of the lower oxygen levels at higher altitudes.
    Will M.
    on September 15, 2015

    from RI asked:
    May 28, 2015
    What are the difference between a B-Vent and a Direct Vent system? We currently have a wood burning stove that vents through the roof and we would like a propane stove that could utilize what is already installed.
    1 Answer
    The difference between B-vent and direct vent is that B-vent or natural vent gas appliances offer no efficiency while direct vent appliances do. B-vent gas stoves will only provide radiant heat to the room they are installed in and should only be considered as decorative appliances as most of the heat is lost up the flue. Direct vent stoves rely on a closed combustion chamber with a coaxial venting system that is constantly pulling in and exhausting combustion air. Subsequently, the heat produced by a direct vent appliance can be measured and this ranges from around 60-85%. As there is not the massive flow of air that the open combustion design of a B-vent appliance, the fire is more controlled and the combustion air is not replaced from the home. In older homes or homes that lack insulation, open combustion appliances cause other portions of the home to cool down as air is drawn in through cracks or gaps in construction to replace the oxygen used by the open fire. In either case, the existing chimney system could be utilized.
    Will M.
    on May 28, 2015

    from RI asked:
    January 27, 2015
    Does a direct vent gas stove require electricity to operate? We need a unit that will operate when the power is out.
    1 Answer
    Most of our direct vent stoves do not require electricity for operation but rather utilize a pilot light with a millivolt valve.
    Tyler M.
    on January 27, 2015

    from Dekalb, TX asked:
    November 17, 2014
    Do you have a five plaque radiant heater with natural gas?
    1 Answer

    from Weymouth, MA asked:
    October 15, 2014
    My ModelFW28BM(NP) fireplace is leaking water onto the floor. What do you think could be the problem?
    1 Answer
    You may have a leak from the condensate pan inside the unit or an issue with the fireplace allowing the correct amount of water vapor to leave the combustion chamber. I highly recommend having a certified installer or HVAC tech out to inspect the unit to determine the source of the leak.
    on October 15, 2014

    from MA asked:
    August 18, 2014
    I am replacing a wood stove and going into a 20 foot masonry chimney in the center of the house. What would be the recommended propane stove (25,000 to 50,000) BTU that I could vent into the existing chimney and use the room air for combustion?
    1 Answer
    One of our most popular B vent stoves that would suit your requirements is the Napoleon GDS50 Direct Vent-B Vent Gas Stove. The unit has an input rating of 40k BTUs for an LP application and because it can be used in a B vent configuration, it could be vented using a masonry chimney.
    on August 19, 2014

    from Braintree, MA asked:
    November 4, 2013
    Do any of the free standing gas stoves come with a fan? Where can I find the information on BTU's?
    1 Answer
    For most of the gas stoves, the BTU information will be located in the features section on the stove's item page. I can certainly provide additional information for any stove you are interested in that does not list the information. Most of the stoves have a blower as an accessory. A couple of models that come with the fan as a standard feature are the Napoleon GDS28 Direct Vent-B Vent Gas Stove and the Napoleon GDS50 Direct Vent-B Vent Gas Stove. Other models that do not have the fan as a standard feature will have it listed in the accessory tab on the item page.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on November 5, 2013

    from Dansville, MI asked:
    October 28, 2013
    I need a furnace that would be in the living room but will heat an area of 1700 sq feet. We have one in the living room now that heats the house. It is 65,000/ 70,000 BTU. What do you have that would work?
    1 Answer
    A free standing furnace that could be used to heat 1,700 square feet is the Empire RH65CB Closed Front Gas Room Heater with Blower - Natural Gas - RH-65CBNAT. The blower will help with circulation of the heat, but it will still be necessary to use additional fans to circulate heat to other areas of the house.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on October 29, 2013

    from Saranac Lake, NY asked:
    May 20, 2013
    Can I put a direct vent stove into a B-Vent system? Will this help eliminate condensation?
    1 Answer
    Depending on the size of the B-vent piping that is installed, you may be able to leave the B-vent stack in position and run the new direct vent piping through the stack. However, it is necessary to remove the existing B-vent piping and replace it with direct vent pipe in most cases. Even though they are more efficient than B-vent appliances, the design of the direct vent piping helps to ensure that condensation does not occur. It is recommended that any direct vent piping above the roof be sealed into an insulated chase, especially in cold climates.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on May 20, 2013

    from Buffalo, NY asked:
    March 26, 2013
    I have a vent free gas burning stove and noticed a black sooty film on everything in my home. What is the cause of this? Can it be corrected? Should it a health risk?
    1 Answer
    In some cases, vent free appliances can produce this type of byproduct if they have an operational issue or are in need of service. The film is likely a thin layer of hydrocarbons that have not burnt completely with the fuel. It is recommended that any vent free appliance be serviced annually, as buildup of lint or dust in the air shutter can cause the problem you are experiencing. Also, proper positioning of the embers and log set must also be observed. Any restriction of the flame can also cause the problem you are experiencing. Prolonged use of an appliance that is not performing properly can cause respiratory ailments and carbon monoxide poisoning. Before using the unit further, it would be wise to have it serviced.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on March 26, 2013

    from Maryland asked:
    February 14, 2013
    Do vent free gas burning stoves emit a lot of moisture?
    1 Answer
    Vent-free gas appliances do produce water vapor, particularly those that use propane as opposed to natural gas. For this reason, we advise potential consumers to be aware of possible condensation on windows and moisture that can collect on curtains and surrounding furniture.
    Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist
    on February 14, 2013

    from California asked:
    January 12, 2013
    Buying a home the place where I want to put my fireplace is next to a window. Will the window be damaged?
    1 Answer
    This will depend on exactly how much clearance there is from the fireplace opening to the window. Most manufactures will specify a minimum distance to windows, as temperature extremes can cause tempered glass to crack or shatter.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on January 14, 2013 has the perfect gas burning stove for your home, from natural gas stoves to propane heating stoves, but choosing the right one can be difficult. That is why has a Gas Fireplace and Stove Buying Guide which explains each vent style in great detail giving you the ability to buy what you want, not just what your home can accommodate. has natural gas and propane wood stoves in both modern and classic aesthetic styles in various designs, even free standing gas stoves, giving options for every type of home. If the installation process seems concerning to you, check out the Chimney Pipe Buying Guide which simply explains the ins and outs of several different chimney pipe styles and designs. Of course, has a convenient Ask a Specialist option in which one of our knowledgeable specialists will give you a free quote as to what will work best for your home and your style choices. also offers all their gas stoves at a competitive price range with free ground shipping which means you are sure to find one that will work for you. Order yours today!
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