Traditional Gas Fireplaces - A traditional gas fireplace possesses the look without the hassle of handling, seasoning, and cleaning wood. Majestic crafts gas fireplaces to be reliable, look great and work year after year. Installation can be tough, though. You'll need to make sure you have a gas line available or have one installed before bringing in a gas fireplace. Better yet, hire a professional.
Majestic Quartz Gas Fireplace
Linear and Contemporary Gas Fireplaces - If you want something a bit more modern, Majestic has a line of linear gas fireplaces that will boost the look of any home. Made under the same standards of quality as its traditional gas fireplaces, you can bet a Majestic linear unit will keep you warm for a long time. Much like Majestic's line of traditional gas fireplaces, you will have to have a gas line installed. A linear unit can be installed almost anywhere; however, that will require some remodeling, depending on where you put it.
Majestic Echelon II 36-Inch Linear Gas Fireplace
Multi-Sided Gas Fireplaces - See-through or multi-sided models are some of the best looking fireplaces Majestic makes. Made with quality materials that last for years, a see-through fireplace will elevate the look of not only a room but of a home. A multi-sided fireplace looks great, but you have to make sure you create the space for it. Plan ahead so that installation isn't a headache.
Majestic Echelon II 48-Inch See-Through Linear Fireplace
Gas Fireplace Inserts - An insert is a great way to transform your old unused fireplace into an inviting, warm space again. Majestic's gas fireplace inserts are easy to install, too. Many options can pop in with less than a day's work. A gas insert replacing your old wood-burning fireplace will not create the same heat output you had before, so keep that in mind.
Majestic before and after fireplace insert installation
Wood Burning Fireplaces - When you want the authentic experience, nothing does it better than a wood-burning fireplace. Majestic makes wood-burning fireplaces in both contemporary and traditional styles to fit any home aesthetic. Remember to clean up after your fire. While a wood-burning fireplace gives you more heat than a gas-fueled fire, there is a bit of maintenance that goes with burning wood. You have to season the wood and find a place to store it.
Outdoor Fireplaces - Majestic makes its outdoor fireplaces in both gas and wood-burning varieties. Go traditional or linear; the choice is yours. Outdoor fireplaces are a great way to turn that outdoor space into the gathering area you've always wanted.
Electric Fireplaces - They have virtually no cleanup, no mess, and they make installation a breeze. Electric fireplaces can fit in any space to give you the warmth you're looking for. Plug it in and go, that's how easy it is to start warming your home with a Majestic electric fireplace. Electric fireplaces do not have the same heat output like gas or wood-burning fireplaces, however. Look to an electric fireplace as more of a supplemental heating source rather than the primary heating source.
Majestic linear electric fireplace
The Top Sellers
Majestic has many products to choose from, but only a few remain at the top of the charts year after year. Here are the top sellers in the Majestic fireplace lineup.
Biltmore Series - This series of wood-burning fireplaces are a popular choice among people looking for a full view unit. The Biltmore comes in 36, 42, and 50 inches and features an integrated smoke chamber. This chamber eliminates the need for a metal smoke shelf that you see at the top of many wood-burning fireplaces. Another popular choice among Biltmore owners is the ability to make it look like a masonry fireplace.
Echelon II - Used among architects and designers because of the sterling reputation, Echelon II is the successor of the popular Echelon series of gas fireplaces. These direct vent linear fireplaces output a tremendous amount of heat and come in 36, 48, 60, and 72-inch widths. Echelon II is sought after because of its incredible heating ability and beautiful flame appearance. If you're looking for a modern gas-fueled heat source, look no further.
Quartz Series - When you want something versatile, this popular line of fireplaces is the way to go. Majestic's Quartz line of fireplaces can work a log set when you want a traditional look, or it can go contemporary with fire glass and stones. The burner can accommodate any look without compromising the flame appearance. This series also works great with Majestic's power venting system we mentioned earlier. That means you can put a Quartz fireplace nearly anywhere in the home and vent it safely. It's that power of choice along with the excellent heat output and venting configurations that make a Quartz fireplace a popular pick.
Common Majestic Questions
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Before owning any heating appliance, there are a ton of questions that go through one's head. It's understandable. It's a significant expense, and there are always considerations to make when bringing in an appliance that makes fire into the home. It's only prudent to dot all the I's and cross all the T's. In this section, we will look at some of Majestic's most frequently asked questions.
Who do I contact if I have a problem with my unit?
Majestic recommends you contact your local dealer. The company you bought your Majestic unit from is the best source of information. eFireplaceStore.com is a Majestic dealer and can answer any questions you may have regarding your unit. Our support staff is NFI certified, knowledgeable, and up to date on the latest Majestic units. Feel free to call us at 1-800-203-1642.
Why isn't there a phone number where I can reach Majestic customer service?
Because Majestic does not sell directly to the customer, Majestic uses its dealer network to sell and provide information to its consumers. Dealers like eFireplaceStore.com can handle any Majestic questions you may have.
Can an outside source influence the operation of my remote control unit?
Yes. Other electronics that use the same RF technology, like a garage door opener, can influence the operation of your hearth product. On your transmitter and receiver, you'll find a dip switch. Change those settings, and your conflicting signal problem should be fixed.
What size stove do I need?
Choose a stove based on the square footage you need to heat. Calculate the square footage, including ceiling height and stairwells. Also, determine if you want supplemental heat or continuous heat. The more wood the stove holds, the more heat it can output. Stoves with a 1000 square foot rating are small, 1500 is medium, 2000 is large, and 2500 is extra large. For more information, check out our wood stove buyers guide.
What is the best way to store firewood?
If you have the time and space, it's best to split the wood and store it outside away from the house. Put the wood in a dry area and covered up to protect it from rain and insects. This is seasoning, and the process takes anywhere between 12 to 18 months. Yes, that's a long time, but the results speak for themselves. Properly seasoned wood burns faster and cleaner. You get heat fast and a cleaner chimney.
The mantel above my fireplace is hot. Is this a fire hazard?
This is normal. Your mantel should be made of non-combustible material like marble, clay, brick, stone, or ceramic tile. These are safe materials to surround your factory-built fireplace. If your mantel is made of combustible materials, it should be installed per the manufacturer's instructions and your local building codes. For more on mantels read our handy buyers guide!
There you have it. Everything you ever wanted to know about Majestic. The company has a history behind it. They've been crafting innovative products for multiple lifetimes. The fact that they are still around is a testament to their quality. An investment into a Majestic fireplace adds value to your home, but at the end of the day, it's up to you to determine if that investment is worth it.
If you have more questions, feel free to contact one of our NFI certified professionals at 1-800-203-1642. And look at our fireplace buyers guide for even more information.
Are there any limits on the time you can burn a woodburning fireplace?
An open combustion wood fireplace will not provide an efficient burn (or any efficiency whatsoever), so no information regarding burn time will be found for common zero clearance wood fireplaces with an open combustion chamber. However, zero clearance EPA fireplaces a.k.a. hearth stoves or built in stoves will provide extended burn times of 8 to 14 hours as these products are essentially wood stoves that may be framed in. One example we offer is the†Osburn Horizon Wood-Burning Fireplace.†
I currently have two Majestic gas fireplaces that are burning LP gas, one DVRT 43 RP and one DVRT 36 RP. Can these units be converted to natural gas by changing the orifices while using the same gas valve?
Unfortunately, the conversion kits for these fireplaces are both no longer available.†
The ceramic glass has shattered on my Majestic Direct Vent Gas Fireplace, Model DV360. I realize this fireplace is no longer manufactured. Is there a ceramic glass available from another Majestic fireplace model that would fit my model DV360? I would also require the gasket, which, I understand is still being manufactured?
The glass and gasket are obsolete. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Is a replacement floor refractor available for a Majestic Model YH48 wood burning fireplace available?
Unfortunately, we do not have the manufacturer-specific panel that you are looking for, but we do offer some universal refractory panels that will work for your woodburning fireplace.† Please see the following links:
<a href="https://www.efireplacestore.com/cpf-42428.html">One 24"h x 28"w Panel</a>
<a href="https://www.efireplacestore.com/cpf-42440.html">Two 24" h x 40"w Panels</a>
These panels are about 1" 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.†
Submitted by:Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 19, 2019
I have a mid-century majestic fireplace, the atomic model. I am trying to find a screen for the front of it, and havenít been successful searching vintage sites. Are these screens still manufactured, or can they be?
We apologize, but we do not have this part available for your model.
Submitted by:Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 31, 2019
I have a majestic woodburning fireplace WMC42. The blower is starting to make a lot of noise. I was wondering how i can access the blower moter for cleaning and can it be replaced?
To remove the blower, you will have to remove the bottom hearth panel and the metal plate underneath it. The blower is usually to the right and back a bit. You can see the blower from behind your access panel but the above is the best way to get to it for repairs.
We purchased a Ventless Firebox in 2003 from your company. We haven't been able to use them much due to a slight gas smell that bothers my allergies. We just need to know if this is normal? Model UVSRC36 or UVSRC42 We have had them checked in the past and know we have the correct gas. We open a window slightly when burning our logs. Any info or suggestions you might have will be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The smell is from the ventless gas logs you installed in that firebox. On vent free units 100% of the combustion by product is released into the room where the log set is. That is normal, and it can be bothersome to anyone who may be sensitive to these issues.