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    Ventless Gas Logs & Vent Free Gas Fireplace logs

    Ventless gas logs allow you to enjoy the illusion of real wood-burning or charcoal fire without the hassle of ashes and cinders. Increasingly popular, ventless gas fireplace logs come available for either natural gas or propane and give the most realistic appearance of wood-burning fire. They come in a variety of sizes so you're sure to find the one that fits your fireplace! With so many different vent free gas logs available in a variety of different sizes, find the perfect fit today!
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    13 Questions & 13 Answers
    Mel
    from Syosset, NY asked:
    February 10, 2018
    Are the log sets gel fuel?
    1 Answer
    No the use either natural or propane gas.
    Owen O.
    on February 12, 2018

    Mike
    from TX asked:
    November 8, 2017
    How does a millivolt control work?
    1 Answer
    The millivolt control will have a standing pilot and will have two terminals into which wiring from a wall switch or a remote receiver can be installed.
    Brennan W.
    on November 8, 2017

    Phyllis
    from Oklahoma City, OK asked:
    December 2, 2015
    Do I have to open the flue when I use my gas logs?
    1 Answer
    If they are vented gas logs, you must absolutely open the damper while the logs are in operation. If they are vent free, opening the damper is typically only required by the gas log manufacturer when the mantel clearances cannot be met.
    Will M.
    on December 2, 2015

    Bob
    from Lockport, NY asked:
    January 27, 2015
    What is the difference between refractory log sets and ceramic fiber log sets?
    1 Answer
    Refractory logs are superior to ceramic fiber logs as they do not break down over time unlike ceramic fiber logs. Secondly, ceramic fiber logs are much more fragile making cleaning and maintenance a delicate process. Refractory logs will continue to hold and radiate heat for some time after the burner has been extinguished similar to the side of a brick wall which has been exposed to the sun for the majority of the afternoon.
    Chris C.
    on January 27, 2015

    Charlie
    from Schoharie, NY asked:
    January 10, 2015
    Can all of your ventless propane log sets be controlled electronically with the necessary adapter?
    1 Answer
    Only our remote-ready units can be controlled electronically. This would include both the variable flame sets and the on/off variety. The units listed as "Safety Pilot" can only be controlled manually at the log set.
    Kevin E.
    on January 10, 2015

    Carl
    from MD asked:
    January 7, 2015
    What would cause fumes to come off of a ventless log natural gas fireplace?
    1 Answer
    Most vent free gas log sets will release an initial burn off odor during the first 3 to 4 hours of operation. However, if the set continues to release a noticeable smell when operating, there is likely an issue with log placement. The log placement instructions should be reviewed and a visible check made to ensure that flames are not hitting any of the logs directly. It is also important to service a vent free set on a yearly basis. Accumulation of dust, lint, or pet dander into the assembly can partially clog the air intake, releasing an odor.
    eFireplaceStore
    on January 7, 2015

    Mary
    from New Bern, NC asked:
    November 20, 2014
    What are the differences between the pilot types? What would you suggest for converting a fireplace from propane to natural gast? Also, do natural gas logs put out a lot of heat? We have a ventless fireplace.
    1 Answer
    Propane and natural gas log assemblies will produce the same BTU output, when looking at the output between the same models. Propane burners will have a smaller burner orifice, as propane gas has a higher BTU potential than natural gas. All pilot assemblies used with vent free logs are safe and have a built in shutdown system that will turn gas off to the valve if the pilot flame is lost for any reason. The most basic type of pilot is a manual pilot or what is commonly known as a "safety pilot". This system allows only manual control of the burner, with some systems offering 3 step flame height adjustment. A control knob is located on the burner assembly. Remote or millivolt pilot assemblies will allow you to control the unit from a light switch or remote control. There are also various other remote assemblies that allow flame height adjustment, in addition to the ability to control the unit from a remote.
    eFireplaceStore
    on November 21, 2014

    Barbara
    from Atlanta asked:
    August 3, 2014
    Can ventless logs replace natural gas logs?
    1 Answer
    Both vented and vent free logs are typically available in natural gas or propane fuels.
    eFireplaceStore
    on August 4, 2014

    Paula
    from Nocona, Texas asked:
    December 9, 2013
    Can we have ventless logs in a traditional fireplace that has a flue that can be opened or will it require us to have a log set that requires venting?
    1 Answer
    This is actually a good question and one that comes up often. If the chimney does have a working damper and is in good shape, you have the choice of using a vented or vent free set. The damper can be closed down most of the way with a vent free set, allowing the heat to circulate in the room for greater efficiency. In the event that you would like to operate the set, without incurring the extra heat, the damper could be fully opened.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on December 10, 2013

    David
    from Waterville, PA asked:
    November 15, 2013
    Do the pilots stay lit on all of your ventless log sets?
    1 Answer
    Most of our ventless leg sets do indeed feature a standing pilot light. However, the sets that feature the Electronic Pilot Kit do not; these use a battery-operated ignition system that eliminates the standing pilot. You can use the search options on the left-hand side of this page to select "Electronic Remote Pilot" from the "Pilot Type" menu to see these log sets.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on November 15, 2013

    Mary
    from NJ asked:
    November 5, 2013
    Can you insert ventless gas logs or insert into a wooden entertainment center made for electric inserts?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, no. The wooden entertainment centers are specifically tested and listed for use with electric fireplace inserts only. Gas inserts release a great deal of heat that requires them to have greater clearances to combustibles. As such, they can only be used with purpose built mantels or built into a surrounding wall enclosure.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on November 5, 2013

    Pam
    from WA asked:
    July 25, 2013
    How do I know if I need vented or ventless gas logs?
    1 Answer
    If your fireplace is complete and the chimney is in good working order, either system can be used. Vented logs offer a high flame and BTU output, giving the most realistic appearance. The logs are also placed more naturally, further enhancing the look. However, these systems are primarily for looks and only give a small amount of supplemental heat. Ventless gas logs have a lower flame and 40,000 BTU limit. However, all heat is pushed directly into the room, making them an excellent heating appliance. The logs do not work well in small spaces, humid environments, or dusty rooms. The sets use room air for combustion and introduce moisture back into the room. Small areas can cause oxygen depletion and excess moisture.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on July 25, 2013

    Andy T
    from Cincinnati, OH asked:
    January 1, 2013
    Can ventless gas logs be installed in a standard fireplace? Would venting still be required?
    1 Answer
    Yes, ventless gas logs can indeed be installed in a masonry/brick fireplace or a manufactured wood-burning fireplace that has been tested and listed to accept gas logs. No venting would be required. In either case, the damper for the existing fireplace would be closed.
    Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist
    on January 2, 2013


    Ventless gas fireplace logs offer realistic flame with 99% efficiency and none of the concern about ashes. They're also a great option if you desire to turn your furnace off and still heat your living area during cooler months. So if you need a little help finding the right ventless propane or natural gas logs, please contact our knowledgeable customer service representatives or NFI certified technicians.
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