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Inline Gas Shut Off Ball Valve Half Inch
Inline Gas Shut Off Ball Valve Half Inch
For your indoor gas 
appliances use a brass gas ball valve 
to turn on or off the natural 
gas or prop... 
$12.93
$17.95
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Dante straight Shut Off Valve Kit For Log Lighters
Dante Straight Quarter-Turn Ball Valve
Easy to install Dante 
straight ball valve. Perfect for log 
lighters, gas logs and fireplaces. 
Ameri... 
$15.95
$19.95
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Dante angled Shut Off Valve Kit For Log Lighters
Dante Angled Quarter-Turn Ball Valve
Easy to install dante angled 
ball valve. Perfect for log 
lighters, gas logs and fireplaces. 
Plumber... 
$15.95
$19.95
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Inline Gas Shut Off Ball Valve Three Quarter Inch
Inline Gas Shut Off Ball Valve Three Quar...
For your natural gas or 
liquid propane indoor appliances 
use a 3/4 Inch Inline Gas Shut 
Off Ball Va... 
$16.93
$19.95
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High Capacity Straight Quarter Turn Ball ...
If you are in need of a 
shutoff valve for your large outdoor 
fire feature? This 300,000 BTU 
Straigh... 
$22.95
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Dante Antique Copper Straight Quarter-Tur...
Dante 1/4 turn shut off 
valves are made from forged brass. 
The escutcheon and valve key are 
made fr... 
$33.69
$42.11
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Dante Satin Nickel Angled Quarter-Turn Sh...
Contractor preferred shut 
off valve, just a 1/4 turn. 
Brass angled valve with satin 
nickel floor pl... 
$33.69
$42.11
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Pewter gas valve kit
Dante Pewter Angled Quarter-Turn Shut-Off...
Brass angled quarter-turn 
shut-off valve with pewter floor 
plate and key for fireplaces, fire 
pits,... 
$33.69
$42.11
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Dante Satin Nickel Straight Quarter-Turn ...
Dante 1/4 turn shut off 
valves are known for quality and 
durability. Brass gas valve with satin 
nic... 
$33.69
$42.11
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Dante Pewter Straight Quarter-Turn Shut-O...
Dante 1/4 turn brass shut 
off valves are known for quality 
and durability. The escutcheon 
and 3 inc... 
$33.69
$42.11
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Dante Antique Copper Angled Quarter-Turn ...
Contractor preferred shut 
off valve due to fast close, 
just a 1/4 turn. Brass angled 
valve with ant... 
$33.69
$42.11
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Gas Valve Kits

Our line of gas valve kits includes the components you need for your gas fireplace control valve! The keys and escutcheons are available in an array of beautiful, decorative finishes and include either a straight or angled valve. Machined or forged from solid brass stock, these AGA certified valves are constructed with ½" pipe thread fittings. We also have additional components and single brass valves available! Choose from our collection of exceptionally affordable fireplace valve kits to match your decor!

PLEASE NOTE:

  • Do not install gas valves inside the firebox of your heat source! All valves must be situated outside the fire structure and within 6 feet of the fireplace opening. We highly recommend having a certified gas professional complete this installation process for you.

Suspect a gas leak? Questioning if your ball valve needs to be replaced?

We have some helpful information on how you can detect a gas leak and when it's time to replace your quarter-turn ball valve.

If you have a gas-burning feature, now is the time to be proactive with some routine maintenance. Before the summer comes to an end, it's a good idea to check for problems and get them taken care of before your local gas professional is up to his/her eyeballs in service calls for heating appliances. Fireplace Doors Online is here to arm you with helpful tips and information on how you can check to see if your gas connections are in safe working order!

Whether you have a fireplace, a fire pit or bowl, or even a stainless steel log lighter to conveniently start a blaze in your wood-burning fire pit, chances are you have a straight or angled quarter-turn ball valve. This gas supply component is located at the end of your natural gas or propane fuel line and just before your lighter or burner. Ball valves have an interior hollowed out sphere that either blocks or accommodates gas flow depending on the position it is in. These inline valves are super easy to operate, utilizing either an easy-grip handle (shut off valve) or a valve cover and key to orient the ball 90 degrees in one of two directions:

Gas ON (handle is parallel to the valve and ball is turned to let gas flow through its center)

Gas OFF (handle is perpendicular to the valve and ball is turned to block the flow of gas)

The simple design of the valve and complete brass fabrication makes for a durable, long-lasting component. However, even the best valves eventually succumb to wear and tear, and (at times) less than favorable insulation during the off-season. It is always a good idea to test for leaks at least twice a year

WHAT WOULD CAUSE MY GAS VALVE TO LEAK?

Even valves that are labeled "bubble-tight" or "zero leakage" are not always 100% leak-free. A gas valve leak can emit natural gas or propane into the air and pose safety and environmental threats. A leak could even remain within your piping system and cause a hazard to your fire feature and gas lines/connections. Either way, a leak is never good and must be tended to immediately.

If you smell gas coming from your fire feature when it is not in use, check for the following:

  1. Is the valve fully closed? (The handle would be perpendicular to the valve, or when inserting the key into the escutcheon, it would point to the OFF position on the plate.)
  2. Is the valve visibly damaged? (Any type of damage to the valve or connections will cause leakage.)
  3. For newly installed gas features, is the valve the correct size? (Selecting a valve that is too big is the most common cause of leakage. We recommend having a certified gas professional connect your feature to ensure the correct component has been installed.)

WHAT CAN I DO TO PROTECT AGAINST VALVE LEAKAGE?

Other than selecting the appropriate size valve for your project, another way to help stop leakage is to simply perform regular inspections of your setup. Early detection is the best prevention. Let us walk you through an easy DIY diagnostic test!

  1. Fill a spray bottle with water and add a few tablespoons of dishwashing soap. 
  2. Adjust the spray nozzle to "STREAM" so that you get a sharp immersion of water onto the valve; wet it thoroughly with the solution. The "STREAM" setting will also allow the soapy mixture to reach into any areas that are not easily accessible.
  3. Turn on the gas and check for bubbles.
  4. Small bubbles resembling foam that form at the valve connection indicate a small leak, which is usually not a cause for major concern. Larger bubbles indicate a greater issue and should be relayed to your gas professional immediately!
  5. For small leaks, a majority of the time this can be fixed by tightening the connection. Wipe off the solution and then tighten the fitting with a pipe wrench. Apply a new stream of the mixture and recheck. If you are still seeing bubbles and have tightened the fitting completely, you may want to have a gas professional inspect your setup.

For those instances where a new quarter-turn ball valve is needed, we have plenty of options for you to choose from! We have both angled and straight models in standard or high capacity output. For inline shut off valves or units that operate with the turn of a key, Fireplace Doors Online is your one-stop source for reliable, high-quality replacement components for your gas fire feature!