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Sure Heat Mountain Vernon Oak Vent free Dual Burner Log Set for Natural Gas Fueled Fireplace, 24-Inch (Includes 6 logs)
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- Six highly detailed, hand painted ceramic logs traditionally stacked on a tiered grate realistically recreate the look of a mature fire in your fireplace
- CSA approved heating appliance will heat 1200-1500 square feet with 99.9-percent efficiency
- Fits all fireplaces with minimum dimensions of 36-inch front width; 15-inch depth; and 25-inch back width
- Manually controlled valve system and push button ignition
- 100-percent carbon monoxide and oxygen depletion safe.
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Go Green and heat your home while creating a living environment with beautiful ambiance using the Sure Heat 24" Mt. Vernon Oak log fireplace insert. With no ash, no wood, and no hassle you'll quickly forget the inconvenient days of burning real wood. Our set contains a manual controlled valve system and is built to work with the natural gas fuel supply in your home . This beautifully designed unit uses an innovative U-shaped dual burner to provide a superior and very realistic dancing flame pattern. These golden flames are surrounded by six highly detailed, hand painted ceramic logs traditionally stacked on a tiered grate; which realistically recreates the look of a mature fire. Because this unit is vent free, the heat from the fire is pushed into the living space, rather then up a chimney. This allows for an amazing 99.9% heating efficiency! Our 24" Mt. Vernon log set comes with a push button ignition and is built to fit in any fireplace with minimum measurements of 36" front width, 15" depth, and 25" back width. Safety Specs include: 100% carbon monoxide and oxygen depletions safe; CSA approved as a heating appliance; Safety pilot light valve system and oxygen depletion sensor included. Will heat approximately 1200-1500 square feet at only 1/4 the cost of a real fire per hour.
Important: Regulations for installation and use may vary by region. Please review your local codes as they apply to vented and unvented appliances. In absence of local codes, follow The National Fuel Gas Code ANSIZ223.1/NFPA 54
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My issues are1) there are no markings on the dial to indicate where it should be set for "Pilot", "Low", etc. You have to guess. 2) The log piece that is place in front is way too small to hide the dials. 3) It is a bit noisy.
I think that when I can save enough money, I will go for a more expensive model with a remote control as I have arthritis and find it hard to bend down.
The only improvements I would recommend are that the logs could be a bit longer to better cover the piping that produces the flames. Additionally, I recommend tossing the bag of lava rocks that come with the unit. Rather than rocks or pebbles, it is really just dust and creates a mess. As my bag was punctured on arrival, I had to clean everything else in the box of the dust. I thought that I might be able to save the larger pebbles by sifting the dust through a large strainer, but it turns out that the bag was mostly dust so I just tossed the entire thing. If you want the look of ashes, purchase a separate bag of lava rocks.
This evening, I used the logs on a very low setting and funny enough, it appeared to produce more heat in the room. As I was sitting on a sofa across from the fire, I became extremely hot. I previously used the logs on a low/medium level and this produced less heat coming at me on the sofa, but more heat rising above the hearth. Yes, I know that all heat rises, but I'm referring to where I felt the heat most when standing immediately in front of or sitting across from the fire. On the very low setting, the heat was felt more sitting on the sofa across from the fire and made the room feel uncomfortably hot (and I like an 80 degree room), while on the higher setting, the heat was felt more above the hearth when standing in front of it and likely drifted upstairs keeping the actual room more comfortable. For this reason, if you, like me, have a TV mounted above the fireplace, take caution that the fire does not damage the TV. I pulled the TV out about 10 inches on its mount and that seemed to prevent the TV from getting hot even when the fire was at a medium level. I haven't tried it on high yet except when testing the unit, but even in the winter, I can't imaging that it will be necessary to use the high setting.
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