Is there an appropriate vented gas log on which I could burn wood sometimes? Is it a good idea? Commonly done by some folk?
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 02:46 PM

Our Answer:

All of our wood-burning fireplaces can also be used to install gas logs inside. To answer your question, yes, this is something that is very common. The key is to get a "wood-burning fireplace" that is listed to burn wood and vented accordingly with Class A chimney pipe. These units have knock-out plates on either side to allow a gas line to run in and connect to a gas log set. Please see our full selection of wood-burning fireplaces here: Wood Burning Fireplaces Remember, these must be vented with Class A pipe, and different models of fireplaces require different types of Class A pipe. We do carry all the appropriate piping for any of these units. If you have any questions about venting the fireplace, please let us know. We also carry the full line of Peterson Real Fyre gas logs as well: Gas Logs Please let us know if you have any additional questions.

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