Definitions for "Fireplace Insert"
This appliance is installed into an existing fireplace system. Engineering inside the insert, collects heat and redistributes (smokeless) warm air into the room. Recent models are rated by the EPA for emission levels. These appliances burn either natural gas, propane, wood, pellets, or coal, depending upon the appliance. Efficiencies range from 64% to 82%.
Heating units that retrofit into an existing fireplace (masonry or factory built). They burn wood, gas or wood pellets and offer superior efficiency.
a convenient and affordable way to convert your existing wood burning fireplace to natural gas
a great way to turn a heat-losing open fireplace into an effiecient room heater without losing the ambiance