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Gas Fireplaces

Ventless fireplace that uses gas

Beauty, comfort, & warmth with a gas fireplace 

Whether you’re looking for a vent-free, direct vent or b-vent model in a modern or traditional look, our curated selection is designed to bring ambiance and warmth to your home at the touch of a switch. 

There are 3 types of gas fireplaces:  Direct Vent, B-Vent, and Vent-Free

Direct-Vent - The safest, most efficient venting method using a two-pipe system. One pipe takes away the combustion fumes while the other feeds fresh outside air for combustion to a sealed firebox. The pipes can go up a flue or straight through an opening 
in an exterior wall.

B-Vent - A less popular fireplace that pulls combustion air from the room and has a single chimney pipe to carry away exhaust. A B-vent fireplace should have a sensor to douse the fire if exhaust gases ever reverse course and come down the flue. 

Vent-Free - A completely self-contained firebox and burner without any external ventilation. Gas is burned inside the fireplace, typically surrounding ventless fireplace logs. These units have no flue, so they can be installed anywhere or hung on a wall like a flat-screen TV.

Pros of Direct Vent Fireplaces

  • Easier and less expensive to install than traditional wood-burning fireplaces.
  • Safer as they pull in outside air to keep the flame burning and send combustion gases released by burning gas to the outside
  • Flames look more realistic than a ventless fireplace
  • Convenient and safer to use than a wood fireplace
  • Cons of Direct Vent Fireplaces

  • Requires a chimney taking up valuable wall and floor space
  • The ceramic logs cannot be changed
  • Less radiant heat output than a wood fireplace
  • Pros of B-Vent Fireplaces

  • Typically less expensive to install than a direct vent fireplace
  • Flames look more realistic than a ventless fireplace
  • Effectively removes combustion gases to outside
  • Cons of B-Vent Fireplaces

  • Requires a chimney taking up valuable wall and floor space
  • The ceramic logs cannot be changed
  • Not as energy-efficient as a direct vent or ventless fireplace
  • Pros of Ventless Fireplaces

  • More eco-friendly option due to lack of ash and airborne debris
  • Does not require a chimney
  • 99.9% heat efficiency since all the heat stays in the home
  • Produces enough heat to serve as a secondary heat source for a small space
  • Convenient and safer to use than a wood fireplace
  • Cons of Ventless Fireplaces

  • Can emit odors since combustion stays in the room (banned in some cities)
  • Flames look less real than with direct vent gas or wood-burning fireplaces. 
  • Due to indoor air quality, ventless gas fireplaces have 40,000 BTU max.
  • The ceramic logs cannot be changed

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