Gas Fireplaces (a.k.a. zero clearance fireplaces) are typically installed during the construction of a new home or as part of a remodel project. As opposed to a gas insert, the housing (or firebox) of a fireplace is composed of an inner and outer metal shell. The term “zero clearance” refers to the fact that the framing (studs and subfloor) can come directly in contact with the firebox; no clearance is required, allowing lots of installation flexibility.
We carry gas fireplaces that are ideal for both zonal heat (i.e., heating a particular room or area) and whole house heating. Our gas fireplaces can achieve efficiency ratings as high as 85%.
Sealed, direct vent gas fireplaces preserve indoor and outdoor air quality by preventing carbon monoxide, soot and nitrogen dioxide from entering your home and excess moisture building-up inside. With many unique vent style options to offer makes fireplace installation easy. You can vent directly out the rear of the fireplace through a sidewall of your home, or up through the roof as with a traditional masonry fireplace.