Gas Logs

Gas fireplace logs are an ideal choice for anyone who wants to enjoy the warmth of a fire without the chores of hauling wood and cleaning ashes.

Advantages of gas logs

  • Gas logs burn cleaner than wood, reducing air pollutants.
  • Dangerous flying sparks and dirty ashes are eliminated.
  • Creosote build-up in the chimney, a common cause of fires, is also significantly reduced by the cleaner burning gas fuel.
  • Since gas logs do not require electricity, they are a great source of heat and light during a power outage.
  • They offer enjoyment year after year without having to worry about stocking and replacing firewood.
  • Gas logs cost a fraction of what wood logs cost per hour to operate.
  • Gas logs can be conveniently started at he turn of a valve or with an on/off switch.
  • No constant hassle with the changing out of real wood logs.

How to Measure For Gas Logs

The absolute best place to measure your firebox is left to right, approximately half-way back in the firebox (the midpoint).  This is usually where the widest part of any log set would sit and it is recommended to have at least
3 - 6 inches of clearance on each side of the widest log.

Measure you front width in relation to your usable floor area.  Your fireplace may have a wider opening to allow for a door or screen.  Notice in our picture below we are measuring the front of the floor vs. the actual widest part of the opening.

Steps To Measure Your Firebox

  1. Measure Front Width
  2. Measure Rear Width
  3. Add Front Width + Rear
  4. Divide by 2
This will determine the midpoint of you fireplace.  Subtract 6 inches for natural gas and 10 inches for propane.  if using a remote control valve subtract 12 inches of your midpoint measurement.  Please contact us if you have a questions about measuring your fireplace.
Please contact us if you have any questions about the right size log set for your fireplace.

Our online store has a variety of different log sets to choose from to complete any size fireplace!
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