Gas Burners for Wood to Gas Fireplace Conversion
Few things warm both your home and family like the flickering flames of a fireplace. By using a gas log burner to convert your wood-burning fireplace, you can have all the benefits of a cozy fire without the mess and hassle of cutting and storing firewood all winter. Chimney.com can install a new gas fireplace or convert an existing fireplace with gas burners.
For a cleaner and safer heat source in Maryland, Virginia, or DC, contact Chimney.com online, or call us at (301) 761-2228 any time.
The Benefits of a Wood to Gas Fireplace Conversion
Burners are an ideal choice in fireplace conversions, as they are relatively easy to install, provide fuel and support to your log set, and give you complete and immediate access to the flames in your fireplace. By converting your fuel type from wood to gas, you can expect the following benefits:
- Better air quality in your home: Breathing in fumes from a wood-burning fireplace can be hazardous to your family’s health. Natural gas burners, on the other hand, burn cleaner and more efficiently.
- Direct and unending fuel supply: You have no messy firewood storage or wasted time spent chopping logs with gas burners and logs.
- Comprehensive heat control: Gas burners allow you to create or stop a fire immediately, which is more convenient and safer than wood-burning fireplaces.
When you’re ready to experience the benefits of a cleaner fuel source, contact Chimney.com online, or call us at (301) 761-2228 any time.
Vented & Unvented Options for Gas Burners
There are two configurations for gas-burning fireplaces and burners — vented and unvented (or ventless). If your gas burner is vented, it means it emits carbon monoxide and must be expelled through a chimney, flew, or external vent. On the other hand, ventless logs do not produce carbon monoxide, so there’s no need to vent the fireplace.
Many people prefer vented fireplaces and burners from an aesthetic point of view; however, these are less efficient than the ventless option since some of the heat vents carbon monoxide. Ventless burners require less fuel and work with a closed fireplace damper, so heat stays in the room. You are also likely to see cost savings with ventless burners.
Trust the Professionals at Chimney.com With Your Fireplace Conversion
When you work with natural gas, it’s essential to hire a trained professional like those at Chimney.com to ensure everything is installed correctly and your family remains safe. Likewise, it is important to complete regular professional maintenance to keep your fireplace in good working order. For all your fireplace needs, contact Chimney.com, the number one trusted Chimney company in the DMV since 1989.
To convert your wood-burning fireplace to a safer gas fireplace alternative, contact Chimney.com online, or call us at (301) 761-2228 any time.
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