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    Propane Gas Fireplace Logs & Inserts

    When you're trying to make the right fuel choice for your fireplace, what comes to mind? Millions of fireplace owners have made the leap to propane to cheaply and efficiently warm their home. These propane gas logs feature incredibly durable construction, yet perfectly match the traditional charm of a wood-burning fireplace. We feature propane gas logs in a variety of styles. So many, in fact, that we think you'll be pleasantly surprised by your number of options! Whether you're looking for something timeless and traditional, or modern and eclectic, we've got just the propane gas log set for your needs.
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    50 Questions & 50 Answers
    Mickey
    from AL asked:
    October 29, 2017
    Where is the burner base located on Buck gas logs?
    1 Answer
    The burner and grate are basically one fitted together component with the gas logs in formation, on top. The burner does not sit under the grate like a log lighter, but rather more within the grate itself.
    Kelsey C.
    on October 30, 2017

    Ingrid
    from AK asked:
    October 29, 2017
    If our middle width is 30", is it possible to fit a 31" middle width gas log set?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, you must adhere to the requirements of the manufacturer when it comes to the gas logs that will fit an opening.
    Kelsey C.
    on October 30, 2017

    David
    from Cypress, TX asked:
    September 19, 2017
    For a liquid propane gas system, does the pressure reduction (liquid to gas expansion), occur at the propane bottle outside of the home or at the fireplace (which would mean that liquid propane would run through the house to the fireplace).
    1 Answer
    An LP tank will only absorb heat through the wet surface area or the area of the tank bathed in liquid propane. An LP has a boiling temperature of -44 degree Fahrenheit and will boil in the tank. This pressure will then have to be reduced at the tank outlet with a first stage regulator, followed by a second stage regulator to reduce the pressure further toward common household pressure.
    Will M.
    on September 19, 2017

    Dave
    from NC asked:
    August 13, 2017
    I have a vented propane DESA set of logs with a multi port pilot light. It burns a lot of gas with just the pilot on, plus so much is lost through the vent when we use the fireplace. Are there more efficient logs available to replace what I have?
    1 Answer
    Ventless logs offer more heat transfer to your room than vented sets since your damper would be closed when in use. If you are interested in not having a standing pilot light, we would recommend looking at the intermittent/electronic ignition pilots.
    Kelsey C.
    on August 14, 2017

    Ernest
    from Cheyenne, WY asked:
    April 23, 2017
    I have an old Padova (made in Italy) propane fireplace model #0820642, Llot #407B255, date 9736, #6427B2550127, sit 820 NOVA. I'm looking to replace the burner and the logs. They tell me that I have to match the manufacturer with the logs, but I can't seem to find anything on the internet. Any help you could provide me would be appreciated.
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, we do not sell Padova fireplaces. You may have to change out the entire fireplace.
    Owen
    on April 24, 2017

    Pam
    from Wheaton, IL asked:
    April 16, 2017
    I have an outdoor wood burning fireplace with a chimney. Do you have a gas log with a propane tank I can use in it instead of burning real wood?
    1 Answer
    While we do have a full selection of Outdoor Gas Logs and Log Sets, the tank will need to be sourced via your local LP supplier.
    Will M.
    on April 17, 2017

    Al
    from AZ asked:
    March 28, 2017
    Do you have propane gas ceramic logs driftwood, vented 18"? Thank you.
    1 Answer
    This is the only driftwood log set we currently have on our website
    Owen
    on March 28, 2017

    Walt
    from PA asked:
    March 5, 2017
    We have a Majestic stove, Wonderfire model, 2570. We need a complete propane gas log set. Please, advise.
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, none of our log sets are able to be installed in a wood stove.
    Brennan W.
    on March 6, 2017

    Karen
    from Greensburg, PA asked:
    February 9, 2017
    How does one clean logs?
    1 Answer
    For solid refractory logs used with vented gas burners, "Scrubbing Bubbles" may be used. For any other type of system, I would refer to the manufacturer's requirements for cleaning that should be outlined in the product literature for your hearth.
    Will M.
    on February 9, 2017

    Chuck
    from Prescott, AZ asked:
    February 4, 2017
    Do you sell just the logs? I need a vented propane log set.
    1 Answer
    If you want just the logs and not the burner, grate or valve, we offer a full selection of these products in our "Gas Logs Only - No Burner" category.
    Will M.
    on February 6, 2017

    John Augustine
    from Colonial Beach, Virginia asked:
    January 10, 2017
    I have an older vent free wall mount gas log that needs to be replaced. The firebox is narrow and will not handle the traditional 12" gas log. I need to replace the firebox and gas logs. We really enjoy the mantle and would rather not replace it. The dimensions are gas log 18"; the firebox is 25"; wide and 23" tall.
    1 Answer
    For clarity, please provide the make and model number for the firebox and gas logs so that we may locate a suitable replacement.
    Will M.
    on January 10, 2017

    Jim Koffarnus
    from Eden, North Carolina asked:
    January 1, 2017
    We live in a manufactured home (1600 sq ft) that has a wood burning fireplace (corner). I want to purchase an insert with a blower that runs on propane (we don't have natural gas in our area). What products do you offer that would meet those parameters? We want our fireplace to provide ambiance, but also function as backup heating (we have a heat-pump heating and cooling central system).
    1 Answer
    We currently do not offer any propane fireplace inserts that would have a Btu output of 56,000, which is what would be required to heat a 1600 square foot space with standard 8' ceiling height, however, none of the gas inserts we offer should be relied upon as a backup heat source. Subsequently, the maximum Btu input for the inserts we offer will top out at around 40,000. Additionally, the larger inserts that have this capacity will not fit into all fireplace openings, so I recommend measuring the front width, rear width, depth, front height and back wall height to locate fireplace inserts that will fit inside your current fireplace. Once you have these dimensions, we will be happy to locate compatible inserts.
    Will M.
    on January 2, 2017

    Steve
    from California asked:
    December 17, 2016
    I have an outdoor fireplace with chimney (not a fire pit or circle), using propane. The interior dimensions of the firebox are 28" at opening 8" at back wall and 25" deep. The propane shutoff valve is on exterior right (facing the fireplace) with a pipe into fireplace. I am looking for help with size/style of wood log burner setup.
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, we do not carry a log set that would fit your dimensions.
    Brennan W.
    on December 19, 2016

    Pat
    from Pace, FL asked:
    December 16, 2016
    I am in need of 1 or 2 logs for a ventless propane gas fireplace.14" to 18".
    1 Answer
    Because vent free logs are specific to the burner assembly, I will need to know who the set was manufactured by. Please advise when you can.
    eFireplaceStore
    on December 16, 2016

    Marilyn Monzula
    from Cadiz, Ohio asked:
    December 11, 2016
    I need propane fireplace logs to replace our broken logs. Our opening to the fireplace is 22", with the depth of 13".
    1 Answer
    If this is a masonry fireplace, we will need to know the front width, rear width, depth and height of the fireplace opening to make correct suggestions.
    Will M.
    on December 12, 2016

    Marilyn Monzula
    from Cadiz, Ohio asked:
    December 10, 2016
    I am in need of a small log insert for my 22" wide opening (13" deep) fireplace.
    1 Answer
    Please confirm if the opening keeps the 22 inch depth from front to back or if it tapers the further back you go. Please advise when you can.
    eFireplaceStore
    on December 12, 2016

    John
    from Greensboro, GA asked:
    December 9, 2016
    My fireplaces measure 38" across the front 15" deep and 27" across the back. Which logs do I need to pick for use with propane?
    1 Answer
    I will be happy to send you a list of options. Are you looking for a log set that uses a remote or is controlled manually? If you would like a remote, would you like a basic remote or one that can control the flame height?
    Brennan W.
    on December 9, 2016

    Wendell Christian
    from Lake Charles, Louisiana asked:
    December 5, 2016
    Why would someone choose vented over ventless?
    1 Answer
    There is a wealth of information regarding this topic here.
    Will M.
    on December 6, 2016

    Richard
    from Lancaster, VA asked:
    September 22, 2016
    I am looking at Empire 18" gas logs and would like to know if they are all remote ready and what the difference is between the pilot light features? Also what are ceramic versus refractory type logs?
    1 Answer
    Empire by far offers more burner and control styles than other manufacturers we carry, but not all are remote ready. The most basic style that Empire offers is referred to as their manual burner. The valve included with these units has one control knob on the face of the burner allowing the set to be set into pilot mode, and it also provides 3 flame height settings (high-medium-low). Empire's next step up would be their thermostat manual burner. These models may only be controlled via a knob on the burner face, but these models feature a modulating hydraulic thermostat which is numbered from 1-5. The number set on the control knob will determine the temperature in which the burner automatically shuts off. The next step up in Empire's list of burners, is their millivolt burners. These models feature a more complex valve which is remote ready allowing the use of a wall switch, wall thermostat, or wireless handheld remote control. Please note that each of the 3 models above require a pilot light to remain lit for convenience in lighting the appliance. However, the pilot light may be extinguished during the spring and summer months. Lastly, Empire offers their variable flame intermittent pilot burners and intermittent pilot burners. Both of these burner types include remote controls standard which vary flame height. Additionally, these burners do not require a pilot light to remain lit at all times, but instead allow for the remote control to signal to light the pilot, then once the pilot is lit, the main burner is ignited. If the end user wishes, they can set the intermittent pilot models to a continuous pilot mode to reduce the amount of time it takes for the burner to ignite. Ceramic fiber logs are extremely lightweight, but tend to carry a more realistic appearance as while the main burner is lit, the bottoms of some of the logs will begin to glow a bright red to give the appearance of charcoal. These logs also have a tendency to break down over time, and will eventually need replacement. Refractory cement logs are much heavier due to the material they are manufactured from. Refractory logs will not glow when heated, and they will not break down as easily over time like ceramic fiber logs will. Additionally, refractory logs will continue to radiate heat for some time after the main burner is shut down. This is much like how a brick wall exposed to sunlight will continue to radiate heat even after the sun has gone down. When looking for a vent free log set, were there certain criteria or details that you were most interested in?
    Chris C.
    on September 22, 2016

    Doug
    from Moreland, GA asked:
    April 8, 2016
    Do propane gas logs need to be vented?
    1 Answer
    There are both vented and ventless propane log sets available. The vented sets do require a functioning chimney system in order to vent harmful combustion by-products to the outdoors, but the ventless propane log sets we offer burn the gas in such an efficient manner than no chimney system or venting is required for the set to be operated safely. For more in depth reading, you may wish to look over our Gas Log Buying Guide.
    Chris C.
    on April 8, 2016

    Jesse
    from Paducah, KY asked:
    March 22, 2016
    I have natural gas fireplaces and have the refractory ceramic logs in them. The logs are heavy and durable and are in good shape. I am building a new house and will have propane fireplaces there. Can I take the old logs and use them instead of the new ones that come with the fireplaces? The old ones are nicer for sure and seem to fit in the new fireplaces easily.
    1 Answer
    If the fireplaces which are to be installed in the new house include the logs as a part of the fireplace, only the included logs should be installed. Manufacturers produce log sets designed to work only with specific burner assemblies, as such, if an incorrect log set is used, excessive soot, and poor operation may become an issue.
    Chris C.
    on March 23, 2016

    Tom
    from NC asked:
    February 16, 2016
    What is the difference between an intermittent and a remote pilot in propane gas logs?
    1 Answer
    The difference would simply be the control of the pilot. With an intermittent pilot, also known as IPI or electronic ignition, the pilot would not be lit until turned on with a remote or wall switch. Voltage would be sent via a control board to the spark ignitor to light the pilot. Once lit, the specific voltage provided by the pilot flame would send a signal to the control board to allow ignition of the main burner.
    Will M.
    on February 16, 2016

    Jerry
    from Chattanooga, TN asked:
    February 15, 2016
    What does vented mean?
    1 Answer
    Vented gas logs will use your masonry or prefabricated wood burning flue for exhaust and will provide a more realistic aesthetic, but will not be very efficient. They should be considered only for ambiance. This differs from ventless gas logs, which are designed to provide complete combustion and be 99% efficient. Ventless systems provide a great deal of efficient heat, but will not provide the most realistic flame aesthetic as they are limited in the amount of oxygen they can draw in from the home.
    Will M.
    on February 16, 2016

    Marsha
    from Martins Ferry, OH asked:
    December 6, 2015
    I have a propane fireplace and one of the logs broke. How do I get new logs if it is a Monessen hearth?
    1 Answer
    For replacement parts, please fill out this form.
    Will M.
    on December 7, 2015

    Robert
    from TX asked:
    November 23, 2015
    Where can I find a description of pilot type options?
    1 Answer
    That information is located here.
    Will M.
    on November 24, 2015

    James
    from Scituate, MA asked:
    November 17, 2015
    I have a propane gas log fire outdoor fire pit and I was looking to add some more logs and/or some flame enhancers and I did not know if that was possible. My current fire pit log insert is circular. What would you suggest?
    1 Answer
    Once the lava rock is in place, it is generally acceptable to add whatever listed decorative media the fire pit burner lists in the product literature. A product like the Hearth Products Controls 6 Piece Woodland Ceramic Fiber Outdoor Log Set - For Fire Pits and Rings Larger than 24 Inches would be used.
    Will M.
    on November 17, 2015

    Jeff
    from Portland, OR asked:
    October 12, 2014
    We recently purchased your Vantage Hearth VG42A wood-burning fireplace for our new construction and are interested in adding a propane gas log set. Are you aware of any code restrictions (Oregon) regarding adding one? Do we have to have a sealed chamber for adding propane or do we need to have glass doors?
    1 Answer
    As far as national code goes, there is no regulation when it comes to adding a gas log set to prefabricated fireplaces. However, local authorities have the final say and additional requirements may be in place by your city. I strongly recommend checking with the code office before making a purchase.
    eFireplaceStore
    on October 13, 2014

    Katherine
    from North Branford, CT asked:
    July 30, 2014
    What is the difference in logs that are ceramic as opposed to others?
    1 Answer
    Ceramic fiber and refractory ceramic logs are the most common types available. Ceramic fiber logs are very lightweight and feel very similar to a porcelain material. They are most commonly used with complete direct vent and vent free gas fireplaces, although some retrofit log sets use ceramic fiber logs as well. While lower in cost, they are easily breakable and will degrade much more quickly when compared to refractory logs. Refractory ceramic logs are made of a cement/ceramic composite. This makes the logs very heavy and durable. They are usually more detailed than ceramic logs. Most high quality log sets, such as the Real Fyre products that we offer, are manufactured from refractory ceramic. The only downside to these logs is that their weight makes initial setup a bit more difficult.
    eFireplaceStore
    on July 30, 2014

    Bob
    from Carlyle, IL asked:
    July 24, 2014
    I want to create an outdoor fireplace on my patio (see attached image). Can I buy gas logs that can be connected to a propane tank (Barbeque Grill type) with manual lighting?
    1 Answer
    We do offer propane outdoor log sets that use a stainless steel burner for durability. They offer a manual gas valve for simple on/off control of the system. If you would like to provide the dimensions of the fireplace opening, I will be happy to make a recommendation as to the correct size log sets to use.
    eFireplaceStore
    on July 24, 2014

    Tony
    from Oxford, Ohio asked:
    July 24, 2014
    Is it true that if you install a ventless propane fireplace, you will have a lot of moisture in your house?
    1 Answer
    Ventless fireplaces, be it natural gas or propane, due add a certain amount of moisture to the atmosphere when operating. Relative humidity in the home, size of the room, number of adjacent rooms, and the amount of time the unit is run will all have an effect on the buildup of moisture. If you are considering a vent free unit, it is important to size it to the room properly so that moisture buildup does not become an issue. If you would like to provide the width, depth, and ceiling height of the space, I will be happy to recommend a BTU output to stay within.
    eFireplaceStore
    on July 24, 2014

    teri
    from RI asked:
    July 7, 2014
    I currently have a wood burning stove that is not properly sealed as it is quite old. I see smoke stains on the ceilings and walls. I would like to keep the stove and put the propane gas fireplace insert into it. Do you sell this type of kit. Is it something I can do myself or do I need to hire someone? I need to put in a propane line and tank as well.
    1 Answer
    We do carry vented and vent free log sets, but I do not recommend installing either type into a stove for an LP application. The propane sets require the use of a manual control valve, which has proven to overheat when installed in an enclosed environment, such as a wood stove. We have only had success with this kind of retrofit when a fully manual natural gas system is used. I sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.
    eFireplaceStore
    on July 8, 2014

    James
    from South Mills, NC asked:
    May 27, 2014
    I have a Tasman E direct vent fireplace configured for natural gas. However, I don't have natural gas service available and my home is configured for propane. The manufacturer no longer supports my model so I can't get a conversion kit. Can I change the logs and make it a propane fireplace?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, the factory burner and log set that is supplied with your unit cannot be replaced with one of the retrofit log sets that we offer. The integral design of the burner and the small size of the vent will prevent this, as well as the fact that even our smallest log sets produce a BTU output that far exceeds what this model is rated for. I am afraid that if components are no longer offered for this model, it will have to be replaced with a different unit.
    eFireplaceStore
    on May 28, 2014

    Fran
    from Arlington, TX asked:
    March 15, 2014
    In an all electric house can you install propane logs? There is a LP propane tank on the property to heat a pool and spa.
    1 Answer
    Yes, a propane log set can certainly be installed, as all of ours only require that LP tank for operation.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on March 17, 2014

    Mike
    from Milwaukee, WI asked:
    February 25, 2014
    Why should I use an ANSI certified set?
    1 Answer
    Our ANSI-certified gas log sets feature pre-assembled pilot kits/valves. These are required in certain jurisdictions in the US and almost everywhere in Canada. There is no functional differences between the ANSI-certified sets and the others; it is simply that the certified units have been pre-assembled, tested and listed to appropriate codes.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on February 25, 2014

    Cori
    from Salem, VA asked:
    February 4, 2014
    Can I buy just the logs? I have the framework and pilot already set up. I just need new logs. Can you help me?
    1 Answer
    We do offer vented log sets by themselves, but by the attached photo, it appears you have a vent free burner. The two tiered design, small front grate, and low flame pattern are all indicators of a vent free system. The logs that are used with a vent free burner are model specific and have locating pins or grooves to ensure that they do not impinge the flame and release carbon monoxide. As such, I will need to know the manufacturer name and model number of the burner. There should be a tag or plate attached to the burner that has this information. Please advise at your convenience.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on February 5, 2014

    Steve
    from Memphis, TN asked:
    January 19, 2014
    How long would a bottle of propane that is similar to what is used in a BBQ last in a small gas log setup?
    1 Answer
    While it depends on the exact BTU input of the gas log set that will be used, a typical 20 pound propane cylinder could fuel the average log set for approximately 2 hours at a time, before needing time for the tank to recover and vaporize additional fuel. The tank could supply the set for a total of 11 hours of burn time at full output.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on January 20, 2014

    Trent
    from Killeen, Texas asked:
    December 23, 2013
    Using Propane, is there a remote unit that does not require a continuous burning pilot light? My current remote only operates when the pilot light is on and this causes an increase in Propane costs (or have to manually turn it on). Do you have any suggestions?
    1 Answer
    While we do offer propane gas log sets that can be controlled via a remote without a standing pilot light, these require the use of an electronic pilot kit. Unless you have a vented R.H. Peterson Real Fyre gas log set, we cannot provide only the valve for you--a complete replacement of your burner would be necessary. If you are interested in a complete new set, please reply with your firebox dimensions and advise to whether you need vented or ventless gas logs. We will be happy to offer some suggestions.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on December 23, 2013

    Janis
    from Lamesa, Texas asked:
    December 9, 2013
    I live in the country and have a fireplace that is already plumbed for the propane and have the metal piece with holes in it to light it for wood. However, I am elderly and do not want to deal with wood and the smoke it sometimes causes if it is not dry enough. Are there artificial logs that I can buy to place in my fireplace and use the system I have to burn the fireplace? I do not use the room very much, but at Christmas time I want to have a fire in the fireplace mainly for ambiance. Are there logs that I can place in my fireplace, turn on the propane burner and have a "real" looking fire?
    1 Answer
    You can indeed use a fireplace grate and ceramic refractory logs to give the appearance of a true wood fire. I recommend using lava coals around the burner pipe to help conceal it. If you would like to provide the front width, back width, and depth of your fireplace opening, I will be happy to suggest a log set that would work for your needs.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on December 10, 2013

    David
    from Vero Beach, Florida asked:
    November 27, 2013
    What's with the see thru log set? I'm an architect and we have typically specified the Golden Oak set for our traditional 36" fireboxes. I think typically a Rumford fireplace. What model should we be specifying? I had previously had RD9G9-2-24-12P but it says see thru peninsula only?
    1 Answer
    The see thru log sets are designed for two sided fireplaces that are placed in a wall between rooms. The primary difference is the inclusion of a pair of "front" logs and a larger burner. For a standard installation, you would be needing the Real Fyre 24" Golden Oak Designer Ventless Propane Gas Logs Set with On/Off Remote Pilot Kit.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on November 27, 2013

    Julie
    from Palatka, FL asked:
    November 24, 2013
    We are replacing some older gas logs. The problem I had in the beginning was the smell. We burned them and burned them and a couple of them still smell after 7 years. Do your logs smell when burning?
    1 Answer
    While a smell is noticeable for the first several hours of burning, persistent odor is unusual for vented gas logs, but not for ventless gas logs. As such, depending on which type of log set you are looking for, you may indeed smell the fuel burning with one of our log sets as well. This is typically determined by sense of smell.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on November 25, 2013

    Elizabeth
    from Burlington, NC asked:
    October 26, 2013
    Can I buy logs only? I don't need the burner, grill, pilot light, etc. I already have them. I just want the logs only.
    1 Answer
    Logs can indeed be purchased on their own. The correct section to search is the Gas Logs Only - No Burner part of our site.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on October 28, 2013

    Eunice
    from Massachusetts asked:
    October 24, 2013
    Do you have a gas log that can be operated manually if the power goes off?
    1 Answer
    All of our RealFyre log series use a standing pilot system or battery operated electronic ignition system. As such, they can all be used in the event of a power outage and require no external power source under normal use.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on October 24, 2013

    Mel
    from Round Rock, TX asked:
    July 3, 2013
    What type of warranty do the propane gas logs have?
    1 Answer
    The logs themselves will have a limited lifetime warranty. If the logs break or crack under normal conditions for any reason, the manufacturer will replace them free of charge. The burner assembly is warranted for a period of 10 years, while the valve on this model is warranted for 3 years.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on July 3, 2013

    Samantha
    from Santa Cruz, CA asked:
    May 13, 2013
    Do you sell outdoor propane gas log sets with match light?
    1 Answer
    No, all of our propane gas log sets require a safety pilot kit. We do not offer any propane match light log sets.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on May 14, 2013

    Linda
    from Colmesneil TX asked:
    January 19, 2013
    We have a model SC36 insert. We want to convert to propane. We have a chimney that could work for the vented but are told that a ventless would give us more heat. What is your recommendation for venting and for which model would fit in our existing insert?
    1 Answer
    If you are looking for supplemental heat, as opposed to just the ambiance of gas logs, the ventless sets are definitely the way to go. Vented sets will have a higher flame and greater realism that ventless sets, but produce very little heat. One of our most popular styles is the Real Fyre 20" Golden Oak Designer Ventless Propane Gas Logs Set with Safety Pilot Kit. The set will come complete with all components and decorative media needed for the unit to operate.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on January 21, 2013

    ken
    from Long Island, NY asked:
    January 7, 2013
    Do you sell any propane gas logs for a vented system that offers the option to be converted to natural gas in the future?
    1 Answer
    The entire line of Real Fyre vented logs that we carry can be readily converted from one fuel to another. Conversion only requires the changing of an orifice and the main burner air shutter. However, conversion of any CSA/ANSI certified burner assembly from one fuel to another may void the certification.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on January 8, 2013

    Alan
    from Woodstock, NY asked:
    January 7, 2013
    Do you have any un-vented propane fireplace inserts?
    1 Answer
    One of our most popular models of unvented propane fireplace inserts is the Medium Innsbrook Vent-Free Gas Fireplace Insert with Millivolt Controls. This unit offers remote ready controls and is capable of heating approximately 800 square feet. If you would like to provide the dimensions of your firebox, I will be happy to suggest other models that may fit as well.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on January 8, 2013

    valeehall
    from Bristol, VA asked:
    January 5, 2013
    I have vent-free propane logs now. Is it possible to use some type of adapter to change them over to natural gas?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, no. Due to the dangers that can occur when a vent-free log set is improperly converted, manufacturers do not offer conversion kits for these units. An entirely new burner assembly would need to be used instead.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on January 6, 2013

    Robert vazana
    from Budd Lake, NJ asked:
    December 15, 2012
    I have a masonry fireplace with a chimney that I have recently had relined with a stainless steel liner. I want to switch to propane. The dimensions of the firebox are front width 35", rear width 30", depth 22", fireplace opening is height 28" by 34" width. I would like to know the available options I have.
    1 Answer
    You can certainly either install a set of propane gas logs (vented or ventless) into your fireplace. With your dimensions, you will be able to fit some 24" vented or ventless sets into your fireplace. For more information about vented and ventless gas logs, please see the description at the bottom of our Gas Logs home page.
    Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist
    on December 17, 2012

    John Caruana
    from Fort Worth, Texas asked:
    December 10, 2012
    I have a two-sided wood/propane fireplace with vented flue. I want to use it in gas mode. I do not need a pilot kit, just the logs. Whatchagot?
    1 Answer
    We do sell a variety of see-thru gas log sets without a pilot kit. Please see our full selection here: See-Thru Gas Logs
    Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist
    on December 10, 2012


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