Collection: Gas Logs

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The Great Fire Company has an amazing selection of gas logs that will make your home feel cozy and inviting. We've done the time taking work to offer you everything necessary to create the perfect atmosphere for those chilly nights when you just want to curl up by the fire.

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What Are Gas Logs?

Gas logs are a must-have for any fireplace. They look just like real wood, but they're way more convenient because they run on gas. Plus, you can choose from all sorts of sizes, styles, and materials to find the perfect logs for your fireplace. It's like having a custom-made fire for your home fireplace without any of the work!

Types of gas logs We Offer

We've got a bunch of different types of gas logs in our collection, so you're sure to find something that works for you. Here are the main categories:

Vented Gas Logs

If you have a fireplace with a chimney, vented gas logs are the way to go. They have super realistic flames and give off heat that goes up the chimney. It's like having a traditional wood-burning fire without all the hassle of chopping wood and cleaning up ashes.

Vent-Free Gas Logs

Don't have a chimney? No problem! Vent-free gas logs (also called ventless or unvented logs) are perfect for fireplaces without a flue. They burn really cleanly, so you don't have to worry about any yucky stuff getting into your room. Plus, all the heat stays inside, so you'll be nice and toasty.

Electric gas logs

Want the look of a fire without any actual flames or heat? Electric gas logs are the answer. They have cool LED lights that flicker just like a real fire, but they don't need any gas or venting. You can put them in regular fireplaces, wall units, or even freestanding inserts. They're great for apartments or homes that don't have a working fireplace. These also work for furnaces for fireplace stoves.

How to Pick the Right gas logs for You

Choosing the perfect gas logs might seem tricky, but don't worry - we've got some tips to help you out:

  1. Know Your Fireplace: First things first, figure out if you have a vented or ventless fireplace. If you have a chimney, go for vented gas logs. If not, vent-free gas logs or electric logs are the way to go.
  2. Size Matters: Measure your fireplace before you buy logs to make sure they'll fit just right. Think about how big your room is, too - a bigger room might need a bigger log set to make a statement.
  3. Keep It Real: Some logs look super realistic, with detailed bark and natural colors. Others are more stylized and focus on the overall look. It's up to you which style you prefer!
  4. Bring the Heat: If you want to use your fireplace to actually warm up your space, pay attention to the BTU output. Vent-free gas logs usually give off more heat than vented ones, since all the warmth stays in the room. Electric logs are just for looks and don't give off any heat. You can also buy a fire pit to go along with your gas logs.
  5. Easy Peasy: Don't forget to think about installation and maintenance when you're picking out logs. Vented gas logs need to be put in by a pro and checked every year for safety. Vent-free logs might have special rules about room size and ventilation. Electric logs are usually the simplest to install and take care of - just plug 'em in and you're good to go!

If you keep these things in mind and really think about what you want, you'll be able to find the perfect gas logs to make your home warm and cozy.

Make Your Home Amazing with The Great Fire Company's gas logs

At The Great Fire Company, we want to help you make your home as comfortable and stylish as possible. That's why we have such a huge selection of gas logs, including vented gas logs, vent-free gas logs, and electric gas logs. Our friendly staff is always happy to help you find the right option for your needs and answer any questions you might have. With our gas logs, you can have a beautiful, warm fire in no time. Check out our collection today and make your fireplace the star of your home!

Gas Logs FAQs

The main types of gas logs are gas logs (vented or vent-free), electric logs, and wood logs. Gas and electric logs are designed to mimic the look of real wood logs while providing heat and ambiance.

Yes, gas gas logs are safe when properly installed and operated according to the manufacturer's instructions. They are designed and tested to meet strict safety standards and are certified by independent testing agencies.

Vented gas logs require a fully functional chimney to remove combustion byproducts, while vent-free gas logs can be used in an approved firebox without a chimney. The best option depends on your specific installation and intended use.

The arrangement of your gas logs depends on whether they are vented or vent-free. Vent-free logs require specific placement according to the owner's manual, while vented logs allow for more flexibility in arrangement based on personal preference.

In most cases, you can convert your wood-burning fireplace to use gas logs. A qualified professional can help determine if vented, vent-free, or direct vent gas logs are the best option for your home and needs.

Cleaning methods vary depending on the type of gas logs. Concrete or ceramic logs can be removed and cleaned with a soft brush and water, while lightweight ceramic fiber logs should only be gently vacuumed using a soft brush attachment.

Yes, electric gas logs are safe when used properly. They don't use real fire, reducing the risk of house fires and carbon monoxide poisoning. Many modern units also feature advanced safety features like automatic shutoff.

Yes, it is safe to use an electric fireplace insert with a compatible TV stand. The heat vent is usually located on the front of the unit to prevent furniture from blocking it, and many inserts have built-in safety features.