Get a Residential Gas Fireplace in Philly To Meet Your Needs

Learn about buying a residential gas fireplace in Philadelphia and the benefits they provide. This helps make a more informed decision when shopping for one.

Residential Gas Fireplaces

A residential gas fireplace is a modern-day gas appliance heating source. It offers the beauty of realistic fire-burning flames in your home. All it takes is one click of a remote or a flip of a switch for you to begin enjoying the benefits of a fireplace. Without having to burn real wood, you won’t have to load it or clean up the aftermath of ashes later.

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Types of Gas Fireplaces for Residences

There are three primary types of gas fireplaces for homeowners to consider. Direct vent, vent-free, and B-vent gas fireplaces. Each provides diverse features, efficiencies, and installation flexibility. We carry a wide range of styles and designs for you to choose from. Including open-hearth wood-burning fireplaces that are often combined with vented gas log sets.

Direct Vent Gas Fireplaces

These fireplaces offer a balance between heating efficiency, installation flexibility, and aesthetics. Vented gas fireplaces have a sealed glass front and are vented with a specific two-wall vent system. There is no air lost from the home while the heat circulates through the air. This makes these gas fireplaces an efficient source of supplemental heat.

Features of Direct Vent Gas Fireplaces

There are many fireplace models to choose from. We carry contemporary, traditional, and transitional types in various sizes.

You can also choose between front-open, see-through, peninsula, corner, and linear-opening styles.

For optimal design flexibility, the co-axial vent system can run horizontally, vertically, or both ways.

Power vent systems are available for select models that allow for down-and-out installations.

50% to 80% of heat-efficient models have superior zone heating capabilities.

Millivolt control models have reliable on/off remote control capabilities.

Electronic ignition control models offer intermittent pilot ignition (IPI). This helps save on gas. And a seamless battery backup provides continued operation if the power goes out.

There are a variety of remote controls available for different models. Multifunction remote controls and wall switch remotes offer easy fireplace operations.

A variety of exterior trim and interior liner options are available to blend with any décor.

Vent-Free Gas Fireplaces

Also known as ventless gas fireplaces, vent-free gas fireplaces offer the best heating efficiency. Since they don’t have vents on the outside, the heat produces in the living space. This makes these fireplaces great supplemental heat sources. If you are not sure whether a vent-free gas fireplace is a right choice for you, contact us. We can help you choose the fireplace that meets your needs and budget.

Features of Ventless Gas Fireplaces

Choose from fireboxes to complete fireplaces or select vent-free gas log sets sold separately.

Available in contemporary, traditional, and transitional models in various sizes.

Linear-opening and front-open styles are available.

While there is no venting required, you must have an adequate amount of air available for ventilation and combustion.

99.9% of heat efficiency with exceptional zone heating capabilities.

An ODS or oxygen depletion sensor ignition pilot comes with all vent-free appliances that have automatic shut-offs. required when oxygen levels of the fireplace drop below the 18% safety threshold.

Millivolt control models provide reliable remote control capabilities for on/off operation.

Electronic ignition control models offer intermittent pilot ignition (IPI). This helps save on gas. And a seamless battery backup provides continued operation if the power goes out.

Multifunction remote controls and wall switch remotes offer easy fireplace operations.

A variety of exterior trim and interior liner options are available to blend with any décor.

B-Vent Gas Fireplaces

B-vent gas fireplaces are primarily used for decoration as they are visually appealing. They are open-front traditional fireplaces with gas control convenience. These fireplaces are naturally drafting vertically vented appliances. They use a Type-B economical gas vent for installation. To help limit the amount of air drawn out of the room, an outside air kit and glass front options are available.

Features of B-vent Gas Fireplaces

Traditional models are available in various sizes to choose from.

Choose from see-through and front-open styles.

Uses B-vent economical natural draft chimney systems through roofline for vertical installation.

They are primarily used for decoration, as it has 10% to 30% less heating efficiency.

Millivolt control models have reliable on/off remote control capabilities.

Electronic ignition control models offer intermittent pilot ignition (IPI). This helps save on gas. And a seamless battery backup provides continued operation if the power goes out.

Multifunction remote controls and wall switch remotes offer easy fireplace operations.

A variety of exterior trim and interior liner options are available to blend with any décor.

Wood-burning Fireplaces With Gas Log Sets

Today’s open-hearth wood-burning fireplaces look and feel like real traditional masonry-constructed fireplaces. They are factory-built and the cost of installation is low. You can have them retrofitted with gas log sets or use them to burn natural wood. This is why they are referred to as “dual-fuel” appliances. Gas log sets produce larger flames than gas-only fireplaces. But chimney systems can still accept the high heat as they are built to withstand even the highest wood-burning temperatures. The combination of realistic ember beds and heavy-duty grates makes wood-burning fireplaces using vented gas log sets a great option for those looking for a decorative fireplace.

Features of Wood-burning Fireplaces with Gas Log Sets

Traditional models are available in various sizes.

Only a front-open opening style is available.

Natural draft wood-burning-listed chimney systems through roofline for vertical installation.

Fireplaces with vented gas log sets must be used with glass doors and have an open damper.

Used for decoration, as it has less than 10% of heating efficiency.

Gas log sets are sold separately. They are available in various realistic wood styles.

Gas log burner systems come with electronic ignition controls and match-light.

Also available are a variety of “kiln-fired” or poured refractory firebrick interior liner options.

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6610 Hasbrook Ave #1

Philadelphia, PA 19111

215-924-3500

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