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Types of gas fireplaces


Gas fireplace inserts go where there's an existing fireplace, hearth and cavity. Inserts have a metal housing with a glass front and realistic looking ceramic logs that help add ambiance and décor.

Better energy efficiency

A fireplace insert transforms a wood-burning fireplace into a cleaner burning, more convenient, and more efficient heat source.

Easy to install & vent

Most fireplace inserts will fit into a fireplace cavity. They connect to either a vent in the chimney or through an outside wall.


Freestanding gas fireplaces often resemble traditional wood burning or solid fuel stoves. They fit perfectly in the corner of a room. They're also a good choice when replacing an inefficient wood stove.

Heat big spaces

Freestanding fireplaces radiate heat from all sides and efficiently warm a large area around them. They're an ideal heating solution in basements, holiday homes or cabins.

Easy to vent

They can be gravity-vented through a roof, or direct-vented to an outside wall. Hearth-mounted models can be vented into an existing fireplace.

Bold styling for any décor

Freestanding gas fireplaces make a bold statement with any room décor. They come in many styles, from traditional pot-belly design to modern, sleek tower models.


Zero-clearance gas fireplaces can be installed in virtually any room on any floor of the house. These units can be vented through the nearest outside wall and don't require an existing fireplace cavity or chimney.

Fit into smaller size rooms and spaces

You can install a zero-clearance fireplace where room space may be limited and where there's no existing fireplace.

Add an instant fireplace

Zero-clearance units are ideal for adding a fireplace quickly and easily during renovations or new construction.

Real looking, not real expensive

The look and feel without the expense. These units can create the look and warmth of a traditional fireplace, yet they don't require the expense and effort of building a masonry fireplace structure.

Log sets

Natural gas log sets create the look and feel of an open wood-burning fireplace. Chosen mostly for decoration, log sets are less energy efficient than sealed combustion gas fireplaces. Without a glass-fronted enclosure, log sets lose some of the warm air from theroom up the chimney.

A simple alternative to real logs

Log sets come in different sizes and shapes to simulate various types of wood.

No special venting required

Log sets are typically installed in existing fireplace openings, and vented up the chimney with the flue dampers open.

A choice of styles and models

Log sets come in an assortment of configurations and can be operated manually or by a wall-mounted switch or remote control.

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