https://www.efireplacestore.com/gas-logs.html There are several things you need to consider when you are buying fireplace gas logs for a new or existing fireplace. First is the fuel source. You can buy gas logs that burn either natural gas or liquid propane. If you already have appliances that use natural gas, that might be the easiest choice. Liquid propane can be used anywhere but usually requires you to install a tank outside your house. Second is whether to go vented or ventless. This decision takes into account the main purpose of your artificial fireplace: is it mainly for ambiance or for heat?
A vented fireplace is one that has a chimney with an open damper. This kind can create a more natural-looking and more beautiful flame but it doesn't produce as much heat as a ventless model. A ventless fireplace can deplete the oxygen in a tightly enclosed area. Even though a ventless model burns the fuel more cleanly, because it discharges the combustion products into the room, a carbon monoxide monitor is required. Keep in mind that a ventless fireplace may be prohibited in some places. The final consideration is the style of log. This is where you can get creative. Modern ceramic gas fireplace logs have realistic bark detail and natural-looking splits. Logs are available that look as if the fire has just been started. Other styles look as if the fire has been burning for hours. With log shapes and colors, as well as a range of accessories, you can design just the look you want. Of course, you will also need to think about how big the logs need to be to fit your fireplace. For more complete information on the decisions you need to make, visit the Gas Log Guide. Other guides are available to answer your questions and to help you design your perfect fireplace.