A vent free gas fireplace has no outside venting and is not an option for wood, pellet or coal burning inserts. Many new fireplace inserts are equipped with a blower for even heat distribution and can be thermostatically controlled. The inserts are made with steel plate or cast iron. The front is sealed with a glass door that allows for an enjoyable viewing experience and increases efficiency by making the insert air tight.
You can shop by the different types of Free Standing Fireplaces, or you can shop by manufacturer. You will find that there are many different brand names on the market, some that you may know and some that you may not. These include Claremont, Windsor, Blomus, Pillar, Ecolo Rome, and Henning to name just a few. Blomus is a very popular brand among consumers. They have the Blumus Chimo fireplace that is mainly used outdoors, but it is popular because of its very contemporary style. It has a model number of BM-PFP205. This fireplace is made with stainless steel that gives it that contemporary look.
We got used to various accentuated fireplaces but sometimes we don’t have enough space for a whole fireplace zone, so a built-in fireplace is a cool and very stylish solution. A small yet cool fireplace looks amazing in any wall, especially in the wall that divides two rooms or spaces, this way you get a hearth for both zones. Built-in glass fireplaces look stunning in bathrooms, you enjoy a real mix of two elements – fire and water. I also love furniture with built-in fireplaces – tables, desks, chairs and sofas with a fire inside look very eye-catching! Look how to build a fireplace in your interior in a stylish way below.
New EPA certified wood fireplace inserts are rated 65% efficient and provide the added benefit of reducing emissions to almost zero. Fireplace inserts are classified by the fuel they burn and the method of venting. The available fuels are: natural gas, propane, wood, pellet and coal. For around $30, you can purchase a kit that will convert a natural gas insert to propane. Also, if you live more than 4,000 feet above sea level, your gas insert might require a smaller orifice jet to compensate for the lack of oxygen.
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