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I am switching to propane heat and I want to know how the ventless stoves process the water vapor from the propane. I prefer the ventless because of the high efficiency but I do not want all the water vapor from the propane in my home. Where does it go?
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 02:44 PM

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The water vapor released into the room from the burning of propane is indeed one of the big arguments against using vent-free appliances, as it may cause windows to fog up and there have been issues with mildew in some cases. For more details about the differences and the pros and cons between direct vent and vent-free, please see our Gas Fireplace and Stove Buying Guide.

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I am switching to propane heat and I want to know how the ventless stoves process the water vapor from the propane. I prefer the ventless because of the high efficiency but I do not want all the water vapor from the propane in my home. Where does it go?

From Section Page: Vent Free Stoves

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