Enviro C60 Linear Gas Fireplace

Gas Fireplaces

Upgrade your home’s ambiance and warmth with the convenience of natural gas and propane fireplaces. These units can provide inexpensive heat and create a cozy atmosphere with a simple switch or remote control. Plus, they serve as a reliable backup heat source during power outages.

To determine the right type of gas fireplace for your needs, it’s important to understand the different categories available. Keep reading for a comprehensive breakdown of each type. This knowledge is essential in helping you make an informed decision when selecting a new fireplace.

Built-in Gas Fireplaces

Built-in gas fireplaces offer endless possibilities in terms of shape, size, and style, ranging from modern to traditional designs. They are commonly known as “Zero Clearance” fireplaces, but they still have clearance rules to follow. These fireplaces are built into walls and are often installed during the construction of a home. They can also be added later with some framing, drywall, and finishing.

Once installed, built-in fireplaces are usually tiled or stoned in, and removing them would require removing the finishing as well. These fireplaces have the largest heat range and price range, and they can be very small or very large, with most installations falling somewhere in between.

Compared to inserts or stoves, built-in fireplaces require a more significant installation process. After installation, finishing work such as painting, tiling, or stonework is still necessary. While built-in installs typically take one day, they can occasionally require two days, and there is still finishing work to be done once the fireplace is fully installed. Contact us at Pacific Fireplaces to learn more about built-in gas fireplaces and how they can enhance your home.

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Flare Fireplaces
Montigo Fireplaces
Heat 7 Glo
U37 Urbana Gas Fireplace

Gas Fireplace Insert

Upgrade your wood-burning fireplace to an efficient and clean gas fireplace with propane or natural gas fireplace inserts. They are specifically designed to fit into an existing wood fireplace opening, making it an easy and simple process to install. The new venting runs up the existing chimney, eliminating the need for extensive renovation.

By using gas inserts, you can seal up your inefficient masonry fireplace and stop drafts, while simultaneously adding a powerful and efficient source of heat. These inserts are not only cost-effective, but they also help to maintain a beautiful ambiance, even when not in use.

Gas fireplace inserts are a great way to heat your home during the colder months and can also help cool it down during the summer months by sealing off the fireplace opening. Most installations are completed in just one day, making it a quick and easy process to upgrade your fireplace.

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Heat 7 Glo
Gas Fireplace Insert

Freestanding Gas Stove

Gas stoves, also known as freestanding fireplaces, are an excellent option to add warmth and coziness to your home with minimal mess and minor loss of floor space. These units are extremely flexible in terms of how they can be vented, often offering multiple options for each unit. They can be vented up old wood stove chimneys, directly out an outside wall, or up through the attic and roof.

From extremely modern to traditional, gas stoves come in a wide range of styles to suit any taste. They are an easy and versatile option to add to an already finished home. Most gas stove installations can be completed in just one day.

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Enviro S20 Gas Freestanding Stove
Enviro Gas Insert
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