Gas fireplaces provide a cleaner, more efficient heat.
There are a good many Gas fireplace options for homeowners nowadays, and gas fireplaces are quite popular. The big reasons gas fireplaces are attractive are that they are clean, convenient, and cheap to operate.
Depending on your needs or home’s capabilities, different types of gas fireplaces are available. Gas inserts, Gas Direct Vent and Gas Free-Standing units are all among the major types of gas fireplaces.
These inserts are made to fit into your existing fireplace simply by sliding it into the opening. They are enclosed, enabling you to easily turn an inefficient open hearth heating system into one that is more fuel efficient and effective.
Direct vent fireplaces draw air from outside and off gas directly out the wall. They don’t require chimneys. The flame is behind glass. Direct vent fireplaces emit a large amount of heat and don’t lose warm air up the flue.
Free-standing gas fireplace units combine all of the features and benefits of the other 3 choices. But can you guess the biggest difference? That’s right, these fireplaces are stoves that sit on your floor—in the corner, near a wall, or wherever you like. They are operated by running a gas pipe to them for power, and they sport the same ceramic logs as other units to create a rustic feel.
As an added benefit, free-standing gas fireplaces are not only exposed in the front (like built-in units that only show the face), but also have all sides fully exposed in the room — This allows more heat (from the front, right and left side of the warm stove) to radiate into your room.
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