I have an existing Superior fireplace vent less, natural gas, with a sealed glass panel on the front. Can I remove the panel and replace with more efficient gas logs and not replace the ugly glass front?
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 02:45 PM

Our Answer:

If your fireplace has a sealed glass front, it cannot be a vent-free unit. Vent-free fireplaces cannot have glass fronts or doors, as they need to "breathe" to bring in combustion air and release carbon dioxide and water vapor. Regardless, you will not be able to remove the glass panel as that model requires it for operation. You may want to consider a total vent-free replacement to avoid having the glass front. You can see our full selection below on this page.

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