Part Numbers: STANFORD-55G-LP-DELUXE,, STANFORD-55G-NG-DELUXE
eFireplaceStore Item Number: SFL-STANFORD-55G-NG-DELUXE
*Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 4 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.
With a glass viewing area of 18-1/2" H x 52-3/4" W, this impressive 55" deluxe direct vent linear gas fireplace will take your breath away. Its flush clean face design offers a contemporary flare that is timeless with exceptional features to match. Coming equipped with electronic ignition that has a deluxe digital remote control with a 7-stage modulating valve for flame adjustment, this piece of art offers a brilliance that's hard to beat. In addition to all of the other great perks, this unit comes with a dual fan kit with a 7-day programmable thermostat deluxe remote to control and regulate your room temperature, Sunday through Saturday. If these features are not great enough, it also comes with borscilate glass to accommodate high levels of heat without shattering, a 100% safety shut off feature, black Porcelain panels, black reflective fire glass media, and a 9-piece decorative rock media set. Given its dual ability to handle either natural gas or liquid propane, customers may choose the option that works best for them. This deluxe unit also includes a termination kit, a liquid propane conversion kit, hard pipe vent, and flex vent to hard pipe adaptor. Customers also have several options for surrounding trim, including the standard clean face black surround with a safety barrier, a basic trim with safety barrier, or a decorative stainless steel surround with a safety barrier. The options are virtually endless with this unit.
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