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What is the difference in louver and flush vent-free see-thru fireplaces?
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 02:47 PM

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A louvered model will have slat louvers at the top and bottom of the fireplace allowing air to circulate around the chassis of the firebox. Most commonly, louvered models also allow use of a blower. A flush fireplace will not have the louvers, but commonly will allow the installer to use their finishing materials almost all the way to the opening of the fireplace.

From Section Page: Vent Free Fireplaces

ID: vent-free-fireplaces

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