Gas Fireplace Ventless Ideas

Sep 14th

Gas fireplace ventless can give some space a warm, cozy feeling, but the effort required to start firewood is often frustrating and may discourage homeowners from using their fireplace as often as they would like. A gas log fireplace is an ideal option because a gas log set can be ignited without any effort and set up in any existing wood burning stove with a functional chimney. If you are thinking of this type of fireplace, the answers to some common questions can help you determine if it is the right fit for your home.

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What types are available?

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There are two types of gas fireplace ventless: a ventilated log fireplace and a ventless log fireplace. A ventilated log fire is not intended to heat a room, but instead provides flames that mimic firewood without blemishes with the lighting lit. It must be run with the chimney damper open. Logs are available similar to hickory, oaks, birch and other woods. This type of gas log fireplace can be powered by a power switch or remote control for added convenience.

A gas fireplace ventless provides blue flames that can help complete a room heating system. The stocks used are not as decorative as those in a ventilated log fireplace but they provide more heat and burn clean so the chimney damper does not have to be open when the fire is lit. Closing the damper causes the heat to concentrate in the room, but since these logs burn then it, a hood must be placed over the fireplace opening to protect the jacket from the heat.

What types of gas can be used?

A gas fireplace ventless can use both natural gas and propane to fuel its flames. However, natural gas is usually a better option, because it is cheaper and burns cleaner than propane, and is believed to be safer as well. Because propane is heavier than air, it can form pockets in the lower parts of a room which can be very dangerous. If you use natural gas for your fireplace, it is delivered via home lines by your local gas energy company. Propane is supplied by private companies and must be kept in mind in your premises.