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Welcome to the world of comfort and efficiency with our gas fireplaces. The most common type of gas fireplace we install is direct vent, which utilizes a pipe within a pipe, venting exhaust outside while drawing in fresh air. This ensures efficiency and reduces clearance requirements. Our direct vent gas fireplaces offer placement flexibility, terminating through the wall or vertically. Models specify venting details, allowing customization to save costs and meet your specific needs. With variable flame heights and BTU ranges, these fireplaces cater to diverse spaces, whether in a bedroom, hearth room, patio, or beneath a TV.
In line with eco-friendly trends, electronic ignition, without a standing pilot, is gaining popularity. Even during power outages, units equipped with battery backup ensure functionality, though the fan may not operate. While millivolt units exist, electronic ignition is becoming the norm. Regular servicing is suggested, especially for heavy usage. For those enjoying 4-8 hours daily during the heating season, annual service optimizes appearance and functionality. Our Hearth Services cover this and more, ensuring your gas fireplace is ready when needed. Beyond comfort, note that a gas fireplace can enhance home value, making it a valuable investment in both coziness and property worth. Explore our gas fireplace options and services to create a warm and inviting living space for your home.

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Benefits of a Gas Fireplace

The top reasons to choose a gas fireplace

Design Styles

A linear gas fireplace is a modern and stylish type of fireplace that features a long, horizontal design, typically with a rectangular or widescreen shape. Unlike traditional fireplaces that have a more conventional appearance, linear gas fireplaces offer a sleek and contemporary look. These fireplaces are designed to be installed in a linear, straight-line fashion, often along a wall.

Key features of a linear gas fireplace include:

  • Shape: Linear gas fireplaces have a longer and narrower shape compared to traditional fireplaces, providing a horizontal focal point.
  • Clean Lines: They are known for their clean and minimalist lines, contributing to a modern aesthetic.
  • Venting Options: Linear gas fireplaces often have versatile venting options, allowing for various installation possibilities, including direct venting through an exterior wall.
  • Remote Control: Many linear gas fireplaces come equipped with remote control options, allowing users to easily adjust the flame intensity, heat output, and other features.
  • Glass Media: Instead of traditional logs, linear gas fireplaces may use contemporary media such as glass beads or stones to enhance the visual appeal.
  • Efficiency: They often incorporate modern gas-burning technology, providing efficient heating and controlled combustion.


Linear gas fireplaces are popular choices for homeowners and designers seeking a more contemporary and visually striking fireplace option. They can be installed in a variety of settings, including living rooms, bedrooms, and even in-between rooms to create a seamless and elegant focal point.

A traditional gas fireplace is a type of fireplace that is designed to replicate the look and feel of a classic wood-burning fireplace but operates using natural gas or propane. Here are some key features of traditional gas fireplaces:

  • Mantel and Surround: Traditional gas fireplaces are often decorated with a mantel and surround that mimic the appearance of a traditional wood-burning fireplace. The mantel can be designed with various styles, such as colonial, Victorian, or rustic.
  • Logs and Flames: Instead of burning wood, traditional gas fireplaces use gas burners and ceramic logs to simulate the appearance of a real wood fire. The flames dance around the logs, creating a realistic and inviting atmosphere.
  • Venting Options: Traditional gas fireplaces typically require venting, which can be achieved through a direct venting system. Direct venting involves a sealed combustion system that draws air from outside for combustion and expels combustion byproducts outside.
  • Remote Control: Many traditional gas fireplaces come with remote control options, allowing users to adjust the flame height, heat output, and sometimes even activate additional features like built-in fans.
  • Heat Output: While traditional gas fireplaces provide a visual and atmospheric warmth, they may also produce heat to help warm the room. Some models focus more on aesthetics and ambiance, while others are capable of serving as a supplemental heating source.


Traditional gas fireplaces are popular choices for homeowners who appreciate the classic charm of a fireplace but want the convenience and cleanliness offered by gas-burning appliances. They can be installed in various rooms, including living rooms, bedrooms, or even dining areas, to add a touch of warmth and traditional style to the space.

A transitional gas fireplace combines elements of both traditional and contemporary fireplace designs, creating a style that falls between the two. This type of fireplace aims to strike a balance between classic and modern aesthetics, making it versatile and suitable for a variety of interior design preferences. Here are some key characteristics of transitional gas fireplaces:

  • Design Elements: Transitional gas fireplaces often feature a blend of traditional and modern design elements. This could include a mix of classic mantel designs with more streamlined and minimalist features.
  • Materials: The media used in transitional gas fireplaces can vary, but they often include a combination of traditional materials like wood or stone alongside more contemporary materials such as metal or glass.
  • Clean Lines: While transitional fireplaces may incorporate some traditional detailing, they generally have cleaner lines compared to purely traditional designs. This clean and understated look contributes to a more modern feel.
  • Versatility: Transitional gas fireplaces are designed to be versatile, fitting well into different interior design styles. This adaptability makes them suitable for both classic and modern home settings.
  • Technology Integration: Transitional fireplaces may incorporate modern technologies, such as advanced heating systems, remote control options, and innovative flame effects, while maintaining a design that pays homage to traditional aesthetics.

Overall, a transitional gas fireplace offers a middle ground for those who appreciate both traditional and contemporary design elements. It provides a timeless yet updated look that can seamlessly integrate into various home decor styles.

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