Enhance the look and feel of your home with the Tahoe Clean-Face Premium Contemporary (DVCC) by White Mountain Hearth Fireplaces. This fireplace features a tempered glass view window and a unique burner that delivers a rich flame pattern. The ceramic fiber log or rock set is hand-painted for stunning realism, and the black porcelain liner enhances the reflected flames for a contemporary look
Clean-face design with flush barrier screen integration
Hand-painted ceramic fiber log or rock set for stunning realism
Tempered glass view window with a unique burner that delivers a rich flame pattern
Black porcelain liner for contemporary look]
Dimensions: 36-inch or 42-inch models available
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Limited Lifetime Warranty
The Tahoe Clean-Face Premium Contemporary (DVCC) by White Mountain Hearth Fireplaces is a stylish and sophisticated addition to any home. This fireplace features a clean-face design with flush barrier screen integration, providing a contemporary look that blends seamlessly into any decor. The tempered glass view window and unique burner deliver a rich flame pattern, while the hand-painted ceramic fiber log or rock set provides stunning realism. The black porcelain liner enhances the reflected flames, creating an elegant and modern atmosphere. Designed for in-wall installation, the fireplace requires just over 22 inches of depth and can run out the wall or up through the roof. The minimum framing dimensions for Premium and Luxury models are provided to ensure proper installation. The fireplace is available in 36-inch and 42-inch models and is fueled by natural or LP gas. With a 10-year limited warranty on combustion chamber and a limited lifetime warranty on glass, the Tahoe Clean-Face Premium Contemporary (DVCC) is a high-quality investment for any homeowner looking to enhance the look and feel of their home.
White Mountain Hearth Fireplaces is a division of Empire Comfort Systems, Inc., a leading manufacturer of heating and hearth products. Based in Belleville, Illinois, Empire Comfort Systems has been providing high-quality products for over 85 years. White Mountain Hearth Fireplaces offers a wide range of gas fireplaces, logs, inserts, and stoves, as well as outdoor fireplaces, fire pits, and burners. Their products are known for their exceptional quality, innovative design, and superior performance. With a focus on energy efficiency, safety, and ease of use, White Mountain Hearth Fireplaces continues to be a trusted choice for homeowners, builders, and architects. The company prides itself on providing outstanding customer service and support, and their team of experts is always available to answer questions and provide guidance. With a commitment to quality, innovation, and excellence, White Mountain Hearth Fireplaces is a name you can trust in the world of hearth products.
Q: What is the Tahoe Clean-Face Premium Contemporary (DVCC)?
A: The Tahoe Clean-Face Premium Contemporary (DVCC) is a gas fireplace manufactured by White Mountain Hearth Fireplaces.
Q: What type of fuel does the fireplace use?
A: The fireplace can be fueled by either natural gas or LP gas.
Q: What is the difference between a millivolt and intermittent pilot system?
A: Millivolt systems use a standing pilot light to ignite the gas, while intermittent pilot systems use an electronic spark ignition system.
Q: What is a clean-face fireplace?
A: A clean-face fireplace is designed to be installed in a wall without any visible metal framing, providing a built-in appearance.
Q: What is a porcelain liner?
A: A porcelain liner is a non-combustible material used to enhance the reflected flames of a gas fireplace.
Q: What is the warranty on the fireplace?
A: The fireplace has a 10-year limited warranty on the combustion chamber and a limited lifetime warranty on the glass. All other parts carry a 3-year limited warranty.
Q: What is the minimum framing dimensions for the Premium and Luxury models?
A: The minimum framing dimensions vary by model, but are provided in the product specifications section.
Q: Can the fireplace be installed outdoors?
A: No, the Tahoe Clean-Face Premium Contemporary (DVCC) is designed for indoor use only.
Q: Does the fireplace come with a blower?
A: The blower is an optional accessory and must be purchased separately.
Q: What is the difference between a traditional and contemporary fireplace?
A: Traditional fireplaces typically feature a more classic design with a brick or stone facade, while contemporary fireplaces have a more modern look with sleek lines and polished materials.
Q: Does the fireplace require a chimney?
A: No, the fireplace is a direct-vent system that draws in fresh outside air to support combustion and exhausts combustion by-products to the outdoors.
Q: Can the fireplace be installed in a bedroom?
A: Yes, the fireplace can be installed in a bedroom as long as it meets the necessary clearances and building codes.
Q: How do I clean the fireplace?
A: The fireplace should be cleaned by a qualified technician. Do not attempt to clean the fireplace yourself.
Q: Can I use the fireplace during a power outage?
A: Yes, the fireplace can be used during a power outage if it is equipped with a standing pilot light.
Q: Can I use the fireplace without the ceramic fiber log or rock set?
A: No, the ceramic fiber log or rock set is required for proper operation of the fireplace.
Q: Can I install the fireplace myself?
A: No, the fireplace must be installed by a qualified technician to ensure proper installation and safety.
Q: What is the purpose of the barrier screen?
A: The barrier screen is included to help protect you and your family from inadvertently touching the hot glass.
Q: What is the purpose of the blower?
A: The blower helps circulate warm air more quickly and efficiently throughout the room.
Q: Does the fireplace require a remote control?
A: No, a remote control is an optional accessory that can be used to control the fireplace.
Q: How do I choose the right size fireplace for my room?
A: The size of the fireplace should be chosen based on the square footage of the room and the desired heating output. A qualified technician can help determine the appropriate size for your space.