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    Vented Gas Logs

    Get a realistic looking flame in your gas fireplace today. Vented gas logs offer a great alternative to wood burning fireplaces, providing comparable heat and flames. With many styles available with a variety of venting options possible, eFireplaceStore's great prices make it possible to find the right set today!
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    5 Questions & 5 Answers
    Lorena
    from LA asked:
    October 30, 2012
    What is the difference between vented and ventless logs?
    1 Answer
    There are a several primary differences between vented and ventless log sets. Vented logs will need to utilize an existing chimney in good working order. Ventless logs are not designed to utilize the chimney; you simply close the damper in the fireplace where you have installed the log set. It is important to note that while ventless log sets allow the damper to be closed, the chimney must still be in place, just as with vented log sets. Vented logs produce more overall heat, but a great amount of this heat will be drawn up the chimney due to the negative pressure created by the rising heat. As such, vented log sets are primarily designed for ambiance and realism. Since ventless logs do not utilize a chimney, almost all of the heat stays in the room. Ventless logs also open the door to installation into a prefabricated firebox, which does not have to utilize a chimney vent, due to the purpose built and heavily insulated design. For more information on differences and pros and cons, please see our Gas Log Guide.
    Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist
    on October 30, 2012

    Tim
    from Swansboro, NC asked:
    November 18, 2016
    What is the difference between deluxe and standard variable flame remote?
    1 Answer
    In addition to turning the log set burner on and off and varying flame height, the deluxe remote adds a built in thermostat that can read room temperature and cycle the unit on and off as set.
    eFireplaceStore
    on November 21, 2016

    Carl
    from GA asked:
    April 6, 2016
    Is it really necessary to keep open during fires with a vented fireplace?
    1 Answer
    I'm afraid that having to keep the damper open during the burn of a vented fireplace is indeed a drawback. Vented fireplaces do not burn as cleaning as their vent free counterparts. This necessitates the need for the damper to be open to allow harmful byproducts to escape to atmosphere.
    eFireplaceStore
    on April 7, 2016

    Johnny
    from Dumfries, VA asked:
    February 17, 2015
    Can electric gas logs be operated without electricity?
    1 Answer
    Almost every electronic ignition gas log set will utilize a battery pack to supply power, meaning that outside power is not needed for them to operate.
    eFireplaceStore
    on February 18, 2015

    Martha
    from El Paso, Texas asked:
    November 23, 2013
    Can I install it myself?
    1 Answer
    We recommend having a reputable plumber install any of our gas log sets to ensure proper gas pressure and no leaks after the gas line is connected to the burner.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on November 25, 2013


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