12 Questions &
from Grapevine, TX asked:
June 10, 2018
Is it possible to eliminate one side of a zero clearance "island" fireplace between a bedroom and bathroom?
Unfortunately, because of their configuration, there would not be a way to safely block a side of your unit. I apologize for any inconvenience.
on June 11, 2018
from Hilton Head, SC asked:
February 10, 2018
We presently have a wood burning peninsula style fireplace. We would like to convert it to a propane with glass. Does it have to be vented or can it be vent free? Someone said there would be a safety issue.
For the unit you have you can use either vented or vent free. However, there can be certain local restriction (codes) that may not allow vent free logs in you town/city.
on February 12, 2018
from Evergreen, CO asked:
November 9, 2017
I'm designing a new home and would like a "see thru" fireplace between the great room and the master bedroom. Is it possible to have one way glass on both sides so you can't see through it in both rooms and enjoy the same fireplace?
That's a great idea. Unfortunately, though, such a thing does not currently exist on the market. Theoretically, you could install the fireplace and then source the one-way glass locally. But, you'd have to be sure and acquire glass that is tempered or ceramic in construction and able to withstand the heat of the fireplace.
on November 9, 2017
from O'Fallon, IL asked:
October 30, 2017
We are making plans to build a new home. I am looking for a 2-sided fireplace that can be used in my family room on one side and allow access to it for use on my covered deck on the other side. Do you make such a fireplace?
from Chicago, IL asked:
January 16, 2017
I am looking for an interior/exterior fireplace, preferably electric in a small size. Currently building a lavish "Tiny House" and would like to build in a fireplace. Do you have anything to fit my description?
Unfortunately, I do not carry an interior/exterior electric fireplace.
on January 17, 2017
Bill and Darlene Lister
from Pomona, KS asked:
January 13, 2017
We are currently working with an architect to build a home with a see-thru fireplace, between great room and kitchen. We want a "counter height" cooking fireplace in the kitchen, and conventional floor level fireplace on the great room side. Can you please point us the right direction with specs covering inserts and venting. We are on a construction time-line to begin basement construction in March.
To clarify, are you looking for a see-through fireplace with a cooking surface?
on January 13, 2017
from Boulder, CO asked:
January 3, 2017
I'm looking for a see through fireplace for an exterior wall application (one side interior, one side exterior).
from Sevierville, TN asked:
January 2, 2017
I need a see-through gas fireplace for an indoor/outdoor application. I am looking for one that vents to the outside without need for direct vent (vents through exterior louvers).
You can view a list of see-thru gas units HERE
from Atwood, OK asked:
December 23, 2016
We are putting an addition onto our home and are considering a ventless see through propane (colored glass, not wood-burning) fireplace. Should we purchase the parts separately, i.e., firebox, burner and glass, or as a unit?
With glass, we would not have a complete system (fireplace) to offer with your preferred media. You would need to select a firebox along with a see-through ventless burner and any other additional options you may prefer to have this configuration. In sum, you would have to purchase the items separately. Please let us know if you need assistance with this.
on December 23, 2016
from Beaufort, SC asked:
October 31, 2016
Do you have three-sided electric fireplaces?
We do not offer any three-sided electric fireplaces.
on November 1, 2016
from Charlottesville, VA asked:
October 15, 2016
Is a see-through gas fireplace available where all four sides are view-able? Is there a gas fireplace 'open pit' style available? Also, is it possible to vent a gas fireplace through a floor system and horizontally to the outside of the home? How far can you go? Thank you,
The type of fireplace you are referring to is commonly known as an "island" model. We did carry this type at one time, but it has since been discontinued due to lack of interest. Some direct vent fireplaces do allow a power vent system that will allow the vent run to be routed downward and through a basement or crawlspace.
on October 17, 2016
from Maryland asked:
October 16, 2013
Does a 3 sided fireplace have blowers to heat a room?