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Creative and Cozy Gas Fireplace Designs
for Your Home

Creative and Cozy Gas Fireplace Designs for Your Home

Direct vent gas fires

Use these modern fireplaces Direct vent logs for   burning.  Although   synthetic, they burn like real logs and produce   smoke (Carbon monoxide), which must be handled in two   ways:

  • It must be removed from the fireplace   compartment.  For a   coaxial (2-ply) exhaust pipe is attached to the   back of the fireplace housing.  Its   other end is connected to a vent.  The   coaxial tube works this way – its outer layer lets in fresh air to allow   combustion, while the inner layer releases the exhaust air into the   atmosphere.

  • Prevent the exhaust air from spreading in the   room.  The manufacturers   offer a High temperature front glass pane That   needs to stay closed or just slightly open while the logs   burn.

The directly ventilated trunks burn like natural wood.  And the contemporary designs control the   exhaust process quite efficiently.    Therefore, If you want the ambience of an authentic,   almost real fireplace, choose this type.  On the other hand, they generate less heat   than the models without ventilation, as the smoke generated during the   combustion process “eats up” some heat.

You want this model if:

  • You have young children and / or   pets.  The front pane of   glass prevents direct contact with the combustion chamber.

  • You are remodeling your house.  The coaxial pipe vent allows you to prevent   extensive masonry that can damage the structure of the house.  This is from particular   importance for apartments with shared walls.

  • You want one higher-level   installation.  It gives   the fireplace a more noble look.

  • Lovable designs and fire effects, one ethereal   ambience that is not only warm, but also   heartwarming.

  • Plus of course Fuel efficiency.  Contemporary design intelligently saves   energy.

Ventless (vent-free) gas   fires

they use Firewood that does not produce carbon   monoxide when burned.    They also produce more heat than, and therefore are, the direct   ventilation models more energy efficient. Since   vent-free models do not have a face seal, they have transfer   99.99% of the generated heat into the room.

However, these fire logs produce carbon dioxide and   moisture (water vapor) as by-products.  As a result, you can’t or you will use a   ventless fireplace for very long start to feel damp and   stuffy.  Indoor moisture   can also cause mold, mildew, and other bacteria.  You have to keep a window open to let the   by-products out.  This also leads to   some heat loss.       

Ventless gas fires are popular because:

  • They are affordable.  Compared to direct exhaust models (starting   at $ 2,000), they’re over 50% cheaper ($   600-1,000).

  • they deliver clean heatingwithout   releasing microparticles of dust, soot or ash into the room   air.

  • you are more energy efficient than   the direct exhaust models

  • Modern designs are every bit of a work of   art!  No less tempting   than their direct vent cousins.

These are versatile designs that will   adapt to many types of decors.    Traditional solid wood or avant-garde light furniture, lots of green   indoors or more wall art, soft, concealed lighting or glowing chandeliers –   there is a tailor-made design for a ventless gas fireplace for all   decors.

Please note:

  • Ventless gas fireplaces are not legal in California   and Massachusetts

  • you cannot be used at altitudes above 4,500   feet because the oxygen-poor thin air cannot burn the   trunks.

  • Due to the moisture factor, these models are not recommended for   People with asthma, coughs and colds, and respiratory   diseases. On the other hand, they also serve as humidifiers,   which is great for indoor flora.

Free standing   fireplaces

But these are not part of a wall independent   chimneys placed along one wallsimilar to a closet.  They don’t have a ventilation system   offer all the advantages of a vent-free fireplace in a smaller   version. The decorative elements include:

  • Real wood or wood replicas with attractive   textures
  • White or dark surfaces that go well with almost all wall colors   or create a good contrast
  • Carving, inlaying, lathing and other surface art
  • Noble metal grille or grille in front
  • Robust step foundation for an improved   appearance
  • Slim top part for the presentation of decorative objects or small   statuettes and planters

Freestanding fireplaces are your natural choice   when:

  • You do not have an existing fire box or fireplace   supply
  • When you don’t want the hassle of extensive masonry and   installation creating a new fireplace
  • If your home is a compact townhouse, you still want the luxury of   a fireplace

Freestanding gas   stoves

You are the Design variant of the free-standing   chimneys with these functions:

  • Available in many retro and modern designs, so they can suit and   enhance different interiors

  • With caution, you can also transfer them from one room to   another

  • Depending on the size of the room, they can act as a primary or   secondary heating source

  • Some models have Dual power options –   Electricity and battery, so you can even temporarily transport them to your   patio or veranda

  • Weighing around 70-90 lbs, they can be lifted and moved by two   people

  • Heating capacity corresponds to that of a fireplace – um   1,100 – 1,200 square feet at approximately 30,000 British   Thermal Units (BTU). It is a universal thermal   unit defined as the amount of heat that can raise the   temperature of a pound of water by 1 degree Fahrenheit.

Freestanding gas stoves are good for you if:

  • You need a modular fireplace to heat different areas at different   times

  • You live in cold climates where you will need a secondary heating source   in extreme weather

  • You want an outside heating source for the cool evenings on your   terrace or in your garden