Need gas logs for your Heatilator fireplace? Let’s go through the process step by step.
1. Consider the manufacturer.
Just because you have a Heatilator fireplace doesn’t mean you need a set of Heatilator gas logs. Your Heatilator fireplace will accept any brand of gas logs. While Heatilator does sell gas logs, the buying process is rather complicated. You have to get a quote instead of simply purchasing a product; plus they don’t manufacturer the logs themselves. We’d recommend you take a look at the product assortment above first. The team at Brick-Anew are experts in the fireplace industry, and we’ve picked quality, efficient, and safe products from with a range of styles and prices to fit your needs.
There’s no need to keep searching. We’ve done the research and picked the best gas logs to show you. Use the search filters in the left sidebar to see only the size, fuel, and venting you want. Our selection includes vented and vent-free gas log set models with hand-painted, ceramic fiber logs. The charred oak logs are especially beautiful.
2. Do you have a gas or wood burning fireplace?
Strange as this may sound, gas fireplaces cannot accept gas logs. Gas logs have their own burners and are not compatible with gas fireplaces.
If your Heatilator fireplace is wood burning, you will be able to install gas logs.
3. Measure your firebox.
Measuring your firebox ensures that the logs will fit properly. Check out our measuring guide for step-by-step instructions.