Options for Your Gas Fireplace
The three main kinds of gas fireplaces include decorative gas logs, vent-free fireplaces, and vented fireplaces. All gas fireplaces are clean, efficient, and economical appliances for any room in your home. If you are considering adding a gas fireplace to your home, decide whether you are adding it more for its ambiance than for the heat it contributes to the house. Gas logs are the best choice if ambiance is your priority. The heat from the gas logs is drawn up into the chimney and sent out of the house. With the fireplace damper open, heat is only generated in the room where the fireplace is located.
Vent-free gas fireplaces may be the best option for homeowners on a budget. They are exceedingly efficient, and most of the heat they generate stays in the house. Also, they produce very little carbon monoxide. However, as a by-product of combustion, they may add moisture and flue gases to the house.
Another type of gas fireplace is a vented fireplace, which requires a chimney pipe. These kinds of fireplaces can be vented either at the top or the rear, and they are often equipped with a blower. The most efficient way to vent these fireplaces is through the rear because the heat stays in the firebox longer.
No matter what kind of gas fireplace in Salisbury, MD, you choose, it’s wise to have it regularly inspected by a professional.
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- Traditional Gas Fireplaces
- Contemporary Gas Fireplaces
- Gas Inserts
- Gas Stoves
- Outdoor Fireplaces
- Empire Fireplace Products
- Rushmore Fireplace Insert