Some homeowners love the smell of certain woods crackling and burning in their firebox. Others are pretty done with the cleanup involved. If you want the look and feel of a traditional wood burning fireplace but without the time consuming and messy cleanup, gas logs might be your best alternative!
The really nice part about gas fireplaces is that if you already have a wood burning fireplace and want to convert it, it’s very easy. If you don’t have a fireplace, you can also buy a ventless firebox and it’s certainly less expensive than installing a wood burning fireplace and chimney. You can even choose between the traditional logs on a fire, or get fancy with ornaments or fireballs!
And, some of the same accessories that make the most of a wood burning fireplace work well with gas ones too. If you heat your home with electricity alone you know how much the power bill can spike during the coldest months of the year and gas fireplaces are a great way to reduce that costly bill!
There are several benefits to adding a fireplace to your home. Check out just a few of them here!
This essential, but sometimes overlooked, fireplace accessory will save you a lot of trouble down the line!
Our buying guide covers everything you need to know when you've decided to convert your wood burning fireplace or fire pit to a gas one!
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If you're looking to freshen up your gas logs, you can clean them! Take a look at our guide on cleaning your gas logs.
Getting a blower for your fireplace is a great way to make your fireplace more efficient and save money!
Before you order and install a new ventless gas log set or coal basket into your home, you may want to go through this checklist to make sure you’re purchasing the right log set for your fireplace.
Wondering how to measure for gas logs, or perhaps how to choose the best gas logs for existing fireplaces? In this informative article, we unveil how to tell the difference between vented and unvented gas logs, as well as offer you an easy to understand gas log buying guide!
The decorative gas valve key is an essential part of your valve assembly. We have a variety of beautiful Dante valve keys, available in different finishes and sizes. But what exactly does a gas valve key do? Read this informative article to find out more!
Ever wonder what an escutcheon is? What many people are not aware of is that this device appears in many areas all over your home, and don't necessarily have to be gas fire feature related! Let us explain all about what an escutcheon is and how it is utilized!
Have you been wondering what the purpose of a fireplace hearth is? Why do some fireplaces have hearths and others don't? Fireplace Doors Online answers your questions, and a few more in part one of our Fireplace Hearth series!
You’ve come to the decision that switching your wood burning fireplace to a gas log set is what’s best for you, your family and your home. Great! It isn’t as simple as just deciding that’s what you want to do and buying the first pictured fire product you see, though. There are a lot of things for you to take into account and it isn’t just the aesthetics of a gas log set. What size works best for your fireplace? And, what kind of control system works best for you? Answering these questions before you order your gas log set can mean the difference between years of enjoyment and a mistake easily costing several hundred dollars.
Cold weather is coming and do you know what that means? The events you hold at home will transition from your outdoor living space to the indoors, so you’ll want the inside of your home to be every bit as inviting as the outdoors! While you might have a great fire pit or outdoor fireplace outside, it can sometimes be easy to neglect the inside of your home. This can be especially true for your fireplace!