Gas Fireplaces

Gas burning fireplaces can burn gas and come complete with logs, burners and igniters.

There are three general types of gas-burning fireplaces: direct vent, top vent, and vent-free. The direct vent gas fireplace uses two pipes that lead directly to the outside. One pipe uses combustion air from the outside while the other vents the exhaust gas. The top vent design can be installed into an existing fireplace and uses the metal or brick chimney as the exhaust vent. The combustion air for top vent fireplaces is drawn from inside the home. The vent-free gas fireplace model uses no exhaust vent. This style includes an oxygen-depletion sensor that turns off the gas if it senses a dangerous lack of oxygen inside the house. While fireplace manufacturers claim that vent-free fireplaces burn clean, are energy-efficient and don't threaten indoor air quality, be aware that some states don't permit the installation of vent-free fireplaces.

BGD42CF-42  Direct Vent Circulating GD70 Gas Direct Vent Multi-Sided BGD40N-36

BGD42CF-42


Gas Direct Vent
Circulating GD70


TC42

Gas Direct Vent
Multi-Sided BGD40N-36

Gas Direct Vent Radiant TC36 Arch Lennox Ravelle GD82NT-24 GD19 Vittoria

Gas Direct Vent
Radiant TC36 Arch

Lennox Ravelle

GD82NT-24

GD19 Vittoria

GD36NTR-36 LHD50-50    

GD36NTR-36

LHD50-50