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Chris from asked:
Is it still true there are no through the wall venting gas inserts? and why?
Is it still true there are no through the wall venting gas inserts? and why?
Since inserts are installed inside of a pre-existing fireplace, the vents usually travel up the existing chimney. That being the case, a lot of the units are not designed to vent horizontally. The only manufacturer that I can think of that has some inserts that can vent in this manner would be Valor Fireplaces. 
Answered by: on Jan 24, 2024

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Gina W. from goldendale wa asked:
What does direct vent mean?  I am purchasing a home with a gas insert put into the existing old fireplace. It has a pipe going thru the chimney to the roof but it looks outdated and tired
What does direct vent mean? I am purchasing a home with a gas insert put into the existing old fireplace. It has a pipe going thru the chimney to the roof but it looks outdated and tired
Direct vent means the insert would have 2 flexible liners in the chimney that attach to a cap that draws its intake air from outside and exhausts to the outside. Direct vent inserts have a gasketed pane of glass to keep room air separated from the combustion chamber of the insert. If your existing insert has only one liner in the original chimney, it sounds like it may be a B-vent insert.
Answered by: on Jan 12, 2024

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Alan from Green Valley Arizona asked:
Do you carry gas logs?
Do you carry gas logs?
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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Katherine G. from Charlevoix, MI asked:
Is there any gas fireplace insert that can be installed without a chimney (venting through plywood back wall)?
Is there any gas fireplace insert that can be installed without a chimney (venting through plywood back wall)?
No, all of our direct vent gas fireplace inserts require venting vertically to the top of the existing chimney.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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