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    Purchase your fireplace from the company specializing in beautiful, high quality fireplaces. The gas fireplaces from the eFireplaceStore.com are an excellent addition to your home. We carry the highest quality ventless gas fireplaces and direct vent gas fireplaces in a variety of designs to fit any home. Whether you prefer a sleek and contemporary gas fireplace, a double sided fireplace or a traditional hearth, you will find the lowest price on your selection. All gas fireplaces are backed by our 110% Best Price Policy, meaning that if you find your fireplace offered for less elsewhere, we'll beat it. Additionally, all gas fireplaces ship to you for FREE.

    Do you already have a gas fireplace and are looking for a more traditional option? Consider the timeless appeal of our wood burning fireplaces. We also offer all the venting needed for both our gas and wood models, making your fireplace buying experience even easier.
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    50 Questions & 51 Answers
    Sanjay
    from Springfield, OH asked:
    July 13, 2017
    What is the difference between a millivolt fireplace and an IPI fireplace?
    1 Answer
    These terms are often mentioned, but rarely gone into with depth and clarity. A millivolt gas valve is a common apparatus that is used in many types of gas appliances. It operates by utilizing a valve containing an electromagnet, attached to a plunger that controls gas flow. Within the combustion chamber and usually directly above the burner is a pilot assembly, which consists of a small gas tube, a thermocouple or thermopile, and an ignitor in most cases. A thermocouple is a small metallic probe that contains a juncture of two dissimilar metals. When heated, the resistance between the metals creates a very small amount of voltage. A thermopile is simply a larger version of a thermocouple and contains multiple chains of these linked junctures. A millivolt style of fireplace will have a manual push knob that initiates the flow of gas to the pilot tube. Utilizing the push button ignitor or a manual lighter, the gas exiting the pilot tube will ignite and begin to heat the thermocouple or thermopile. The resulting voltage being generated will travel back to the gas valve via a copper lead, energizing the electromagnet in the valve. When fully charged, the manual push knob can be released, allowing the pilot to remain lit and the appliance to commence operation. Voltage generated by the pilot is all that is needed for the appliance to work, making this a great low maintenance fireplace, at the cost of a small amount of gas being consumed. An IPI (intermittent pilot ignition) appliance has similiarities to a millivolt appliance. It still uses a gas valve and pilot assembly, but the pilot is not always lit as with a millivolt appliance. Instead, the appliance only lights the pilot when the system is calling for operation. When switched on, an electric spark ignitor begins to fire at the pilot assembly until the flow of gas coming from the pilot tube lights. The flame from the pilot heats a flame rectifier, which is similar to a thermocouple. Instead of generating voltage like a thermocouple, a flame rectifier generates a signal that is sent back to a control module in the appliance. When the module detects the signal, the computer logic tells the ignitor to stop firing and the gas valve to open, commencing operation of the burner. When the system is switched off, both the burner and pilot extinguish, saving fuel by not allowing a pilot to burn while in standby. This type of system usually relies on 120 volt power as a primary supply, with batteries as a backup. In recent years, IPI systems have become very reliable and are on track to outsell millivolt systems in the near future.
    eFireplaceStore
    on July 13, 2017

    Theresa
    from Colorado Springs, CO asked:
    July 13, 2017
    What is the difference between a vent free fireplace and a direct vent fireplace?
    1 Answer
    While they share some basic operating principles, there are several differences between these two appliance types that govern where they may or may not be installed. Direct vent appliances utilize a sealed combustion chamber that ensures they do not consume any oxygen from the room. The chamber is sealed with a gasketed pane of tempered or ceramic glass, which is held in place by bolted or spring loaded clasps. The log set is contained behind the glass and can easily be viewed through it. The direct vent pipe facilitates both the emission of burnt gases to the atmosphere and the intake of combustion gases to fuel the fire. Typically, the inner pipe is responsible for exhaust duties, while the outer handles combustion air. The pipe can be vented vertically and even horizontally, over limited distances. Because of their sealed nature, restrictions on installation are few and far between, with the primary limitation being the need for the vent pipe run. Like direct vent appliances, vent free units use a gas valve and burner apparatus, coupled with a log set, fire stones, or fire glass. However, vent free units use no venting system or glass front. They are able to do this due to a strict limitation on BTU output and requirements imposed on the media they can use over the burner. Because they do not require vent pipe, they are extremely versatile in how they may be installed, however they also have state by state limitations. In states where they are allowed, they can be a fantastic supplemental heat source for limited durations. For additional information and considerations to look into before working with an installer, we recommend reviewing our purchasing missteps article. For the handy homeowners that have already made a selection, our fireplace installation article is a useful guide to get you to the finish line.
    eFireplaceStore
    on July 13, 2017

    Paul
    from Oxford Michigan asked:
    April 9, 2018
    Looking for a blower for my gas fireplace Model is Superior and the model number is DR-500CMN
    1 Answer
    An electrical outlet box (receptacle) is factory - provided for the installation of the FBK-100 Single Speed, FBK-200 Variable Speed Automaticand FBK-250 Variable Speed with Thermostatic Switch forced air blower kits which can all be found on our site.
    Kelsey C.
    on April 9, 2018

    judy
    from klamath falls, oregon asked:
    March 26, 2018
    do the hearths or mantles pictured come with the fireplaces? I am building a new home and just starting to shop.
    1 Answer
    For the vast majority of our fireplaces, the mantels/hearths pictured with the unit is not included with the purchase. Moreover, most of the time these are custom pieces for the stock photos. However, we do offer some units with corresponding/compatible mantel cabinets for enclosure.
    Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on March 27, 2018

    Ron
    from San Diego asked:
    January 29, 2018
    Why are gas fireplaces with direct vent from the top more expensive than vent free? Seems counter intuitive. I have a gas fireplace from the 80's and it needs to be replaced. Do I really need to spend $3000.00 dollars for sheet metal lined with ceramic bricks?
    1 Answer
    Direct vent gas fireplaces are more expensive due to the cost of manufacturing, the solid glass front utilize and the engineering involved. Please note we do sell many models in the $1,100-$1,200 price range; the $3,000+ models are typically the high-end luxury models with many bells and whistles.
    Tyler M.
    on January 30, 2018

    Mary
    from Williston, VT asked:
    January 22, 2018
    When we look at widths, is the width specified for the glass, or the box? We are trying to figure out the right size for our living room.
    1 Answer
    The fireplace size, 36 or 42, etc., will be the width of the finished opening. This will include the firebox opening and some of the black metal facing and the front glass, with direct vent fireplaces.
    Will M.
    on January 23, 2018

    David
    from Southlake, TX asked:
    December 24, 2017
    Can the Superior Model BBV-42RMN B-Vent Gas fireplace flame height be adjusted?
    1 Answer
    This particular model has a fixed flame height that may not be adjusted.
    Will M.
    on December 26, 2017

    Lawrence B.
    from Cheyenne, WY asked:
    December 21, 2017
    Do you need to run the electric fan on a fireplace all the time?
    1 Answer
    No, you do not need to run a fireplace fan constantly.
    Owen
    on December 21, 2017

    Revondra M
    from Lanham, MD asked:
    December 11, 2017
    I have a wood burning stove. I want to convert it to a propane fire place. Is this possible? I do not have natural gas in my area.
    1 Answer
    It would depend on the Make and Model of the unit. Some are convertible and some are not.
    Owen
    on December 11, 2017

    Perry S
    from Brooklyn, NY asked:
    November 23, 2017
    I have a Napoleon W660-0122 remote. I want to get a fireplace that's compatible. Is Napoleon "connector" like a universal thing?
    1 Answer
    No, Napoleon has different remotes for some of their units.
    Owen
    on November 24, 2017

    Danny
    from VA asked:
    November 18, 2017
    For a Majestic model# 39BDVR RN fireplace, where is the thermocouple located and what does it look like?
    1 Answer
    The thermocouple will be attached to your pilot assembly. It is a small cylindrical piece of metal that is being heated by your pilot light.
    Brennan W.
    on November 19, 2017

    Danny
    from Suffolk, VA asked:
    November 14, 2017
    I have a 14 year old Majestic fireplace model# 39BDVR RN with a SIT Nova control knob. When I tried to light the pilot this year, it would not stay lit. I turned the control knob to pilot and lit it with the ignitor switch, held the knob in for 1 minute and released the knob and the pilot light would not stay lit.
    1 Answer
    Your thermocouple is likely not recognizing the pilot flame, which is causing it to shut off when you let go of the knob. You will want to clean the thermocouple with a piece of emery cloth or high grit (1000) sandpaper. This should resolve the issue.
    Brennan W.
    on November 14, 2017

    Gabrielle
    from NY asked:
    November 9, 2017
    Can a 62" ventless gas fireplace, 42000 to 45 BTUs, be installed below a 62" monitor without arming the monitor?
    1 Answer
    At that BTU level, it is not recommended that a monitor be placed above the fireplace.
    Brennan W.
    on November 9, 2017

    Terry
    from Benton, PA asked:
    November 2, 2017
    I have a fireplace with a Heatilator to burn wood. It is double walled steel and in between the walls is an air space that circulates the warm air. This has a damper leading into a masonry chimney with a smoke shelve. If I get a vented gas log fireplace and open the damper about 1/2 to 1 inch, would this be sufficient for a 50 to 70 k BTU log set?
    1 Answer
    You are advised to open your damper completely when using a vented gas log set.
    Kelsey C.
    on November 2, 2017

    Rick
    from Cambridge, IA asked:
    October 16, 2017
    Is there anyway to heat your house with the units even if the power is out?
    1 Answer
    Our electronic ignition units generally come with battery backup systems that will allow them to turn on in the event of a power outage.
    Brennan W.
    on October 17, 2017

    Bill
    from CA asked:
    September 1, 2017
    Can a natural gas Vermont Castings stove also burn propane?
    1 Answer
    The gas unit needs to use the fuel type indicated on the rating plate, only, unless an approved conversion kit is installed.
    Owen
    on September 1, 2017

    Susan
    from OH asked:
    July 27, 2017
    I have an existing un-vented fireplace. Can I change it to vented? It has to sit against an interior wall.
    1 Answer
    A vent free firebox can not be converted to a vented one, but can be replaced by a vented unit. Installing a direct vent on an interior wall is not an problem.
    Owen
    on July 27, 2017

    John
    from Stroudsburg, PA asked:
    February 5, 2017
    Is there such a thing as a freestanding fireplace with a mantle that you are able to vent?
    1 Answer
    We do indeed have fireplaces that do not need to be framed into the wall, but can sit with a mantel up against your wall and be vented from the rear.
    Brennan W.
    on February 6, 2017

    Tamara
    from Clinton, MO asked:
    February 5, 2017
    Does the Empire Tahoe Premium Direct Vent Propane See-Thru Fireplace - 36" - DVP-36-SP32EP come with a fan? Thank you.
    1 Answer
    No, the optional blower must be purchased separately.
    Tyler M.
    on February 6, 2017

    Hugh Batten
    from San Clemente, CA asked:
    January 30, 2017
    I would like to purchase a Montigo HL38PFNI-2-NG Peninsula. Can you assist me in this purchase?
    1 Answer
    We do not have access to Montigo Hearth systems as this manufacturer does not offer products to online retailers. You will need to visit a brick and mortar Montigo store to purchase this model.
    Will M.
    on January 31, 2017

    Brenna Maurer
    from West Yellowstone, MT asked:
    January 19, 2017
    We are looking for 24" zero clearance, direct vent, natural gas fireplaces for a B&B. We will need 18 total and a three sided 48" gas fireplace for the lobby.
    1 Answer
    I will email you shortly. Thank you.
    Owen
    on January 19, 2017

    Bill Crawford
    from Wyoming asked:
    January 16, 2017
    How many BTUs, for an inside gas fireplace, would it take to heat a 38" x 30" room with many glass doors and windows?
    1 Answer
    You will need between 35K to 40K BTU's to heat your area.
    Brennan W.
    on January 17, 2017

    Laura Byerly
    from Fremont, California asked:
    January 13, 2017
    I am looking for a gas insert for our new home in California. We need to make sure its compliant and that it fits into the corner at a 6 foot diagonal. Can you please help me select the right unit and understand the differences between the option on your site?
    1 Answer
    We will be happy to send you a few options. Are you using natural gas or propane?
    Brennan W.
    on January 13, 2017

    Chris
    from Georgia asked:
    January 6, 2017
    My gas fireplace starts by flipping a wall switch. Will it start if the pilot is lit, but the electricity goes out?
    1 Answer
    I will be happy to look into this for you. If you could, please provide the manufacturer and model of your unit.
    Brennan W.
    on January 6, 2017

    Ted Carroll
    from Andover, MA asked:
    January 1, 2017
    Do you have Vermont castings large direct vent fireplaces?
    2 Answers
    Vermont Casting merged with Majestic fireplaces,and we do offer Majestic. I provided a link below of large direct vent fireplaces we offer from Majestic. https://www.efireplacestore.com/majestic-fireplaces.html
    Chaz
    on January 2, 2017
    We do indeed offer gas hearth systems from this manufacturer. To view the fireplaces we offer from this company, please select "Majestic" and "direct vent" from the filters along the left-hand side of the product category in question.
    Will M.
    on January 2, 2017

    Randy Beil
    from Columbus, OH asked:
    December 29, 2016
    I have a vented gas fireplace in my house. I think it is about 20 years old. It does not appear to have a blower, although it only throws a little bit of heat. If I got a newer model, would it likely throw a lot more heat, and also be more efficient?
    1 Answer
    If you were to get a unit with a blower you would get more heat off it. Newer units are very efficient.
    Owen
    on December 30, 2016

    Ronald Davenport
    from Newnan, GA asked:
    December 28, 2016
    How do I light my Majestic R36 series gas fireplace?
    1 Answer
    The R36 is a wood burning unit, so we will need to know the manufacturer and the model number of your log set so that we can locate lighting instructions.
    Brennan W.
    on December 29, 2016

    Richard
    from North East, PA asked:
    December 28, 2016
    What size gas fireplace, unvented, do I need for area 3802 cubic feet?
    1 Answer
    I assume you meant 3800 square feet, not cubic feet? There are too many variables to have a good rule of thumb. (i.e. heat loss in the home, area of the country you live in, etc.) The best way to calculate how many BTU's are needed to heat a home is to go off what your home's history is for heating. I would need to know, to more accurately help you is: 1) What are you using now (Furnace, Wood stove etc) 2) Fuel type (gas, electric, wood/coal) 3) You winter consumption (If it is gas or electric what is the increase in these months VS. months when you are not using heat or AC if electric) Then I can get a better idea the BTU range you will need.
    Owen
    on December 28, 2016

    Connie Bender
    from Kamuela, HI asked:
    December 18, 2016
    I am looking for a direct vent gas fireplace that comes with (not an add on) blower & thermostat. I am not brand specific.
    1 Answer
    Please reply with your size preference and fuel type (natural gas or propane) and I can make a recommendation. I see you are in Hawaii; we cannot offer free shipping to you but if you provide a shipping zip code I can include a freight quote in the recommendation. You may reply to this email or call me (Tyler) at 901-786-6861 to discuss if needed. I will look forward to your response.
    Tyler M.
    on December 19, 2016

    Paul
    from Hardford County, MD asked:
    December 17, 2016
    I have a regular wood burning fireplace in the basement family room with a brick chimney. I'm remodeling the room, redoing the wall and adding a mantel. I have the option of running a natural gas line to the fireplace during my remodel. I have natural gas forced hot air heat/furnace that's efficient enough. I have a steel damper in the fire place to close off the chimney or open to let the smoke out (picture 3). I really don't need the gas fireplace for heat, I just want it to look nice without the mess of burning wood, but I don't want to be foolishly wasteful either. I live in central Maryland where the weather can get below freezing, but usually is not brutal for long periods. The fireplace opening is 36"x 24", 24" deep, 26" wide across the back.
    1 Answer
    Based on your needs, and with you wanting efficiency and a bit of heat, I would suggest a ventless log set. If you could, please let me know whether you would like the unit to be manual or remote controlled, and I'll be happy to send you a few options that would fit.
    Brennan W.
    on December 19, 2016

    Jim
    from Virginia asked:
    December 14, 2016
    I do not know much about gas fireplaces. I have a regular wood burning fireplace and would like to put a propane insert, into the existing space. What are my options? I have a good working vent.
    1 Answer
    We will be happy to make a few suggestions. If you could, please provide the front width, rear width, depth, and height of your fireplace opening. I look forward to your response.
    Brennan W.
    on December 14, 2016

    Daniel Fraser
    from Denver, Colorado asked:
    December 14, 2016
    I own Elevations Home Repair and Maintenance Inc. in Denver, CO. We are currently working on a ventless gas fireplace. When I disassembled the front glass and screen, I found a handful of missing rubber grommets (please refer to picture, orange colored rubber grommet) that seem to be designed to protect the glass in case too much pressure is applied. Do you carry these?
    1 Answer
    I will be happy to see if we can order them. If you could, please provide the manufacturer and model number of the unit.
    Brennan W.
    on December 14, 2016

    Talulah
    from Santa Cruz, CA asked:
    December 12, 2016
    Are any of the gas fireplaces you sell approved for use with the Duravent Conversion Kit: 46DVAKCA?
    1 Answer
    While none of the gas fireplaces we offer will be specifically listed for this conversion kit at it was designed to be used with freestanding gas stoves, we do offer a number of freestanding Direct Vent Stoves that may be used with this conversion kit.
    Will M.
    on December 13, 2016

    David
    from Wisconsin asked:
    December 12, 2016
    We are looking for an arched face model(s).
    1 Answer
    Yes, please reply to confirm if you want a direct vent gas fireplace or a vent-free gas fireplace and we can offer recommendations. I will look forward to your response.
    Tyler M.
    on December 12, 2016

    Ruth
    from Wellington, Florida asked:
    December 10, 2016
    Can additional flames be added to existing logs in fireplace?
    1 Answer
    The flame pattern of a fireplace or log set is dependent on the burner assembly installed. Depending on the type of appliance you have, the burner may or may not be able to be swapped. Do you happen to know any of the manufacturer information from your appliance? Please advise when you can.
    eFireplaceStore
    on December 12, 2016

    Lillian Sasfy
    from LaSalle MI asked:
    December 7, 2016
    I have a natural gas Heatilator fireplace, that I lit the pilot and turned on the gas. I checked my remote and the fuse is good.The light turns on when I touch it, but it doesn't turn the pilot on or off; or lower the flame. I have to turn it off and on manually.
    1 Answer
    We will be happy to pull a manual and see what the issue could be. What is the model number of your Heatilator unit?
    Brennan W.
    on December 7, 2016

    Andy
    from Zebulon, NC asked:
    December 6, 2016
    I have a masonry fireplace 31" wide and 16" deep. I am looking for logs and a blower.
    1 Answer
    If you could, please provide the rear width and clarify if you will be using natural gas or propane, and I will be happy to send you a few options.
    Brennan W.
    on December 7, 2016

    Manny
    from San Diego, CA asked:
    December 6, 2016
    I'm looking for a fireplace that can distribute heat (via blowers) to two neighboring bedrooms - via duct and fans. I'm heating 1200 square feet; Direct Vent; Natural Gas.
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, we do not carry any gas units that have multi-room heat distribution capabilities.
    Brennan W.
    on December 7, 2016

    Lana
    from Surprise, AZ asked:
    December 6, 2016
    I want the least expensive gas fireplace with blower system, to replace my Marco Model 794015C.
    1 Answer
    The Marco product line has been discontinued for quite some time, and there will be no direct replacement offered. Additionally, nothing will be compatible with the Marco venting currently in place, so we will only be able to offer complete replacement of the fireplace and venting. If you are needing to replace this model with a fireplace with the same or similar framing dimensions, please let us know and we will look into options.
    Will M.
    on December 6, 2016

    Mike
    from Maryland asked:
    December 3, 2016
    How much clearance do I need around the pipe for a Direct vent LP Fireplace?
    1 Answer
    For a direct vent application, there must be 1 inch of clearance around the pipe when routed vertically. For a horizontal application, there must be 3 inches of clearance from the upper half of the pipe and 1 inch of clearance from the lower half.
    eFireplaceStore
    on December 5, 2016

    Jerry B.
    from Detroit, MI asked:
    December 2, 2016
    My fireplace already has vent free log set in it, but there is no ability to blow the heat into the room. So, I would like a vent-free fireplace that will blow heat into the room. My current log set is 24" wide at the front log. The opening is about 36" wide x 24" high.
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, we do not have any vent free log sets that have blowers.
    Brennan W.
    on December 2, 2016

    Lisa Byers
    from Clarendon Hills, IL asked:
    November 29, 2016
    I am building a house and want to put in a fireplace. My contractor told me to pick out a direct vent fireplace because there is no chimney. But now I am seeing different options such as ventless fireplaces. Do they have real flames. Do they need a gas line. What is the difference? If I can avoid the cost of running a gas line, that would save money
    1 Answer
    Ventless gas hearth systems will still require a plumber or gas fitter installing a gas line, but they do not require any venting. Initially, the installation cost will subsequently be less than that of a direct vent system, however, these systems are not allowed in all municipalities and do require maintenance more frequently than direct vent systems. If the concern is initial cost, one consideration should be an Electric Fireplace as not venting would be needed and this would not require a plumber or gas fitter.
    Will M.
    on November 29, 2016

    Steve
    from Norman, OK asked:
    November 24, 2016
    Can I keep the fireplace glass doors closed while burning a vented gas log set?
    1 Answer
    As long as the doors do not use gaskets to seal them, yes. I highly recommend leaving the doors open for at least the first 15 minutes of operation to ensure that the glass is warmed slowly. This will prevent the possibility of glass breakage, due to thermal shock.
    eFireplaceStore
    on November 25, 2016

    randy
    from Bay City, MI asked:
    November 22, 2016
    Where can I find a gas shut-off valve for a glass fireplace set?
    1 Answer
    If this is simply a natural gas vented burner, this may be operated with the manual key valve that should be installed in the wall or floor outside of your fireplace opening. If this is liquid propane, a safety pilot valve must be installed. In either case, we will need to have the make and model number of the burner to locate a compatible valve.
    Will M.
    on November 23, 2016

    Hal Horton
    from Cedat Hill, Texas asked:
    November 22, 2016
    Do you have a LP conversion kit for a Majestic 600DVDB7 direct vent?
    1 Answer
    For replacement parts or conversion kits, please fill out this form.
    Will M.
    on November 22, 2016

    Noel Sahakian
    from Mill Creek, WA asked:
    November 5, 2016
    How do you go about removing the glass so as to clean behind it?
    1 Answer
    While it depends on the brand, almost every direct vent gas fireplace requires that you first remove the upper louver assembly, then flip down the lower louvers. There should be 2 or 3 spring loaded clamps that will be visible along the bottom of the glass door frame. They can be pulled forward and dropped down out of the way, allowing you to tilt the glass forward at the base and then lifted up and out of the way. Some older units did not use spring loaded clasps, instead requiring you to loosen bolts that run along the base of the frame.
    eFireplaceStore
    on November 7, 2016

    James
    from Vinemont, Alabama asked:
    November 2, 2016
    If I have a vented gas fireplace, and I take all of the the insides out, and replace it with a ventless system; will it work?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, this is not possible with a vent free fireplace.
    Brennan W.
    on November 2, 2016

    Mitchell
    from Santa Monica, CA asked:
    October 20, 2016
    I have an old freestanding gas fireplace that vents through the roof; it's that older cone-shaped type, if that rings a bell. I am looking for something more contemporary that might replace it. I don't want a "regular fireplace" that goes in the wall or on the wall, but rather, a freestanding fireplace. Do you have any suggestions?
    1 Answer
    The only product we will be able to offer will be one of our woodburning stoves.
    Will M.
    on October 20, 2016

    Alex
    from FL asked:
    October 10, 2016
    I just installed stacked stone around my wood fireplace. Should I add a trim kit?
    1 Answer
    Trim kits will not be available with wood burning hearth systems.
    Will M.
    on October 11, 2016

    Kevin
    from Fall River, MA asked:
    October 5, 2016
    What is the difference between vent and ventless fireplaces?
    1 Answer
    We offer a very detailed explanation here.
    Will M.
    on October 5, 2016



    Gas fireplaces provide an excellent balance of performance, visual appeal, and convenience. This is because propane and natural gas, the two fuels available for gas fireplaces, produce flames that are as attractive as those generated by wood fires, but are cleaner and more efficient. You can also control the strength, color, and appearance of the fire with a remote control. Fireplaces that use gas also have many more installation and venting possibilities than wood burning models. If you choose to purchase a gas appliance you have a large number of direct vent, b-vent, natural vent, and vent-free styles to pick from.

    * Direct Vent Gas Fireplaces - This uses a coaxial pipe system (a fancy expression to explain a small pipe sitting within a larger pipe). The large outer pipe draws air from the outside to aid combustion, and the inner pipe vents the exhaust. A direct vent gas fireplace offers venting versatility, it is easy to install and it saves space. It also provides maximum warmth, making it ideal for newer or well-insulated homes with no chimney.
    * B-Vent / Natural Vent - Natural vent gas fireplaces are economical but require a chimney through which to vent the air. They draw in air for combustion from the surrounding room and vent it out above the roofline. These gas fireplaces are a very cost-effective choice and look natural.
    * Ventless Gas Fireplaces - Comfortable and convenient, ventless gas fireplaces are an excellent choice. They can be installed almost anywhere without a chimney vent, etc. They are inexpensive, warm and have a relatively low operating cost. Although ventless gas fireplaces are designed to meet safety standards, some people are concerned about the indoor air quality. It is important to install a carbon monoxide detector in the room of use, but generally they are perfectly safe if used correctly. Our gas fireplaces are backed by a 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee to ensure your complete satisfaction. We have reputable customer service representatives who have earned us a Five Star Top Service rating with the Yahoo! Shopping Network. If you have any questions or need assistance choosing from the vented gas fireplaces and ventless gas fireplaces offered in our comprehensive selection, they will be happy to assist you.
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