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Home Fireplaces & Hearth Archive for category "Gas Stove and Fireplace Education"

Oakport

 

 

The Oakport direct vent stove is a great addition to any small to medium-sized room.  With its standard traditional legs and optional features, the warmth and coziness of a fire are only a click away with the optional remote control.

 

 
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Birchwood

 

The Birchwood direct vent gas stove is designed to fit seamlessly into any room.  With several different design options and 32,500 BTU’s, the Birchwood is an efficient, beautiful way to keep any room warm and cozy.

 

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Chaska 34

Chaska34LThe Chaska 34 Gas Insert captures all the beauty of a real wood burning fire, but without all the maintenance. Transform your existing inefficient wood burning fireplace into an attractive, convenient, energy saving gas burning fireplace. With the new option of a contemporary burner with rock or glass media, the Chaska 34 gas burning fireplace insert easily fits into a more modern decor.

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Oxford Gas Stove

The cast iron elegance of traditional wood stoves gets a fresh update with this Direct Vent Gas model. Its Insta-Flame radiant ceramic burner delivers vibrant flames and enough radiant heat to bring cozy warmth to any room in the house. Warmth and comfort — This insert delivers a range of BTUs from 19,000 to 28,000, so you’ll stay nice and warm while efficiently heating the room to help lower heating costs.

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Installation of a gas stove or gas fireplace

gas-fireplaceAs with any vented hearth product, please rely on the expertise of a hearth professional for installation. All installations must be done in accordance with the owner’s manual and the local building codes. For installation requirements not specifically addressed in the owners manual or by building codes,refer to theNFPA 54. Our sales staff has over 60 years combined experience to ensurre that your installation is safe and legal. It is essential that a permit be pulled with every installation. Your local inspector is the person who will be checking the installation to ensure everything is to code.

 
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