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American Gas Logs 18″ Blazing Branches Vented Gas Log Set


American Gas Logs 18″ Burning Fires Vented Gas Log Set


American Gas Logs 18″ Roaring Campfire Vented Gas Log Set


American Gas Logs 18″ Royal Oak Vented Gas Log Set


American Gas Logs 18″ Country Log Pile Vented Gas Log Set


American Gas Logs 18″ Crackling Fire Vented Gas Log Set


American Gas Logs 18″ Dancing Flames Vented Gas Log Set


American Gas Logs 18″ Golden Oak Vented Gas Log Set


Flint Hill Vent Free Gas Log Set


Empire 24″ Burning Embers Vented Gas Log Set


American Gas Logs 18″ Split Oak Vented Gas Log Set


American Gas Logs 18″ Charred El Fuego Vented Gas Log Set


What Are Gas Logs?Gas Logs are an alternative to burning real wood in your fireplace. They are made to look exactly like real wood, but make enjoying your Superior fireplace quite a lot easier.  These convenient self-igniting fireplace logs are clean, insect free, and yield up to 40% less emissions than traditional wood. Like the bricks used in many conventional wall mounted gas heaters, the logs are made of materials that are fire resistant and hold up well for an extended period of time. They are often made of a combination of metals with synthetic agents that help to create the appearance of cut wood logs. Our selection of gas logs provides the safest, most energy efficient way to warm the living space, your friends, and the entire family. Shop NowVented vs. Vent Free Gas Logs: What’s the difference? Vented Fireplace Gas Logs– As the closest rival to a natural fire,  Vented Fireplace Gas Logs will provide supplemental heat. Great for   ambience and aesthetics,  very decorative and  realistic to wood burning.  They are   comparable to burning real wood  without the hassle   of cleanup.    You can recognize vented gas logs by its big full flames, big full color.  You will see lots of yellow,  orange, and big ember   beds.  We strongly recommend installing Carbon Monoxide Detectors in any gas installation. Watch how realistic  this product is, while   enjoying a perfect evening with neighbors and loved ones. Prices Start at $415.Vent-Free Fireplace Gas Logs -The vent free gas logs produced a tremendous amount of heat and that hot air comes straight out of the fireplace box into the room. Think of vent free gas logs as a furnace or heater.     The  flames are not in physical contact with the logs, the flames come through cut-outs (between the logs).  so you will see 2 cut-outs,  or 3 cut-outs vent free gas logs sets.  The flame is designed for a specific pattern and must be installed in an approved vent free fireplace.   It is important to check your local fire codes, some states don’t allow vent free gas logs. We strongly recommend installing Carbon Monoxide Detectors in any gas installation.   Gas Logs can be either Vented or Vent-free depending on your needs and the building codes in your area. For more information, see our guide on Vent Free Vs. Vented Gas Logs What type of fireplaces can gas logs be used for?It is crucial to know what type of fireplace you have before using gas logs. Though this might sound weird, gas fireplaces do not support the use of gas logs. Gas fireplaces have their own installed gas line, and installing a set of gas logs in a gas fireplace can be very dangerous. The basic rule of thumb is: If you have a wood burning fireplace, then you almost certainly can install a gas log system. If you do not have a wood burning fireplace, then it is highly likely you cannot safely use gas logs. If you have a Masonry Fireplace, you can use gas logs. For more information on how to find out if your fireplace is compatible with gas logs, see our Gas Logs FAQ.How to Light A set of Gas LogsCheck out the awesome video below to see how easy it is to light your very own set of gas logs. Who Should Install Gas Logs?Gas logs are meant to be installed by a qualified professional. We strongly recommend you use an HVAC installer or licensed plumber. These professionals have proven knowledge of gas fireplaces, log sets and stoves as well as their venting systems. In addition, these specialists are fully qualified and have all of the required materials and tools on hand to make the connection safely and ensure it complies with code.How do you measure your fireplace for gas logs?Measuring your firebox for gas logs is quite simple. You need to know the back width, front width, and depth of your firebox. We have made a complete guide so you can quickly and easily measure your fireplace for gas logs. Check out our Measuring Guide  Questions – Call 800.897.7175 or Visit Our Gas Log FAQSuperior Gas Logs