Gas fireplace logs are fueled by propane or natural gas. Gas logs are available in two different types. They are vent-free and vented. Installation of a fireplace gas log system is commonly performed by a professional. The entire procedure takes three days with the gas line completed the first day along with applying the air pressure. The city inspector checks the overall installation and performs the pressure test on the second day. The final connection to the log set or gas supply is performed on the final day of installation.
Vented gas logs of gas fireplace logs produce slightly more heat than traditional wood fires due to the construction of dense refractory material that radiates heat. Designed only for use in a fully functioning wood burning fireplace, vented gas logs produce possible carbon monoxide, a little smoke and soot. We can open the fireplace damper fully when using vented gas logs. Vented gas logs do not negate the need for chimney cleaning due to the production of soot. Prior to installation of vented gas logs, confirm that the fireplace is certified for gas logs. We can install a glass fireplace enclosure, and always open the doors when using the fireplace.
Vent-free gas logs of gas fireplace logs are also names used when referring to vent-free gas logs. More heat is generated by vent-free gas logs due to the clean, hot blue flame and the fact that the damper can remain closed. We can install vent-free gas logs in a firebox designed to resemble a fireplace or an existing masonry fireplace. Vent-free gas logs do not require a chimney. Vent-free gas logs are equipped with a safety device called an oxygen depletion sensor (ODS) that monitors the oxygen content in the air and will shut off the unit if it drops below a safe level.
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