How to measure for gas logs
Two choices for ignition: match or remote control
Starting with Match: Light your match, turn your gas valve to the full open position, and hold the match on the side the gas enters on. The burner should ignite. If it doesn’t, turn the gas off and repeat the process. If it doesn’t light again, contact your gas supplier.
Starting with Remote Control: Use your valve to turn the gas completely on. Ensure that you’ve set up the remote according to the manufacturer’s instructions. You may need to light the pilot manually, but from there you can start, stop, and control the height of your flames with your remote. (To light the pilot manually, turn the knob from OFF to PILOT. Depress the knob and push the ignitor to start the pilot light; keep the knob depressed for 45 seconds. When you release, the pilot should be lit; if it’s not, turn the knob to OFF and repeat the process. If it doesn’t light again, contact your gas supplier.)
All burners that have either a standing pilot or remote with pilot, will be 3” shorter than the gas logs. This will accommodate the pilot assembly. Example if you order the 24” gas log kit with a remote ready pilot, this will come with 24” logs and a 21” burner assembly.
These refractory logs are hand-painted to bring out rich detail. They have exceptionally realistic flame movement, and the variable remote allows you to adjust the flame height from low glow to full flame. The intermittent pilot system eliminate the standing pilot for greater fuel savings and includes a thermostat remote control. The logs must not be used with fireplace doors due to ventilation issues. These vent free gas logs will fit the majority of fireplaces such as Heatilator, Superior, Lennox, Majestic, Martin, Temco, Preway, FMI, Heat-n-Glo, and Marco.