Logs & Space Heaters
Imagine sitting in your living room or great room
in front of a warm, cozy fireplace, cuddled
up with your family or friends, reading
your favorite book. If cutting firewood is getting
old and not any cleaner, think about installing a
gas fireplace in your firebox.
you don't have a chimney, you can create your own
with the new zero clearance fireplaces.
vent is required. These are vent free fireplaces and fire
logs. Some gas logs or fireplaces are vented and need to
have a vent open to exhaust the gas fumes. See your dealer
for information on the difference between vented and non-vented
can enjoy the beauty of glowing coals and flames just like
a real fireplace. With the touch of a button on the new
remote control models, you can sit in your easy chair and
turn your fire place on or off, and the flame size up or
down. Some even have built in thermostats that cut off automatically
when the room gets to hot.
logs come in a variety of sizes and styles to choose from.
From 16 inches to 36 inches long, from single
burners to dual burners, you will find the one to fit
your fireplace. Gas logs come in many different types of
wood looks. From golden oak, birch, pine, hickory and
walnut styles. Some are split wood and some are
round wood. Some have a combination of both types
logs come in natural gas or propane gas models.
Order the type that goes with your energy need. If you live
near a natural gas line, you will need natural gas logs.
If you live in the country and do not have natural gas,
you have to use propane gas logs. Most of the time they
are not convertible from one style to the other.
heaters work on the same concept as gas logs and fireplaces.
They are also vent free and do not need a vent. Some
are wall mounted and some are floor mounted.
You can choose from blue flame models or infrared
models. They also come in a variety of sizes and shapes
and also come with optional thermostats and remote controls.
They come in many colors to suit your décor
and are very pleasing to look at.
of your gas logs or space heater should be done by a qualified
gas contractor. Roanoke Gas and Highland Propane can provide
you with a list of contractors in your area to choose from.
Call Roanoke Gas at 777-4GAS or email
Customer Service at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to include your name, address, account number, and
the reason for your contact in your email.
here to find gas log dealers