What size gas logs do I need for 36 fireplace?
Gas Log Sizing Chart
|Gas Log Size||Firebox Front Width||Firebox Depth|
|24 Inches||28-36 Inches||12-14 Inches|
|26 Inches||30-38 Inches||12-14 Inches|
|30 Inches||34-42 Inches||12-14 Inches|
|36 Inches||40-48 Inches||12-14 Inches|
Can you buy new logs for a gas fireplace?
Replacement gas logs can be used in the event that your current gas log set is old and worn out but the burner is still in good working condition. Our replacement gas log sets are available in 18″, 24″ and 30″ sizes and can be used with both natural gas and liquid propane burners.
How big should my gas logs be?
Once you know the size of your fireplace and how much clearance you’ll need for your gas logs and respective equipment, you can measure your gas logs for your fireplace. The length of your gas logs should not exceed the width of your fireplace.
What is the highest rated gas logs?
Top 6 Gas Logs Reviews and Buying Guide
- #1 Peterson Real Fyre Charred Split Oak Log Set.
- #2 Empire Flint Hill Log Set.
- #3 Rasmussen ALTERNA FireBall Set.
- #4 Real Fyre Split Oak Designer Plus Gas Log Set.
- #5 Duluth Forge Split Red Oak Log Set.
- #6 Rasmussen Chillbuster Evening Embers Log Set.
What size BTU gas logs do I need?
The formula for calculating the maximum BTU allowed is: Room Width x Room Length x Ceiling Height x 20. You can use this tool below to perform the calculation. Find out why it is important to limit the BTU output of ventless gas logs based on the size of the room!
Can a fireplace be too big?
Regardless of heat output or TV size, the size of the fireplace should suit the size of the room. A small fireplace will be lost in a large space. Likewise, a large fireplace could overpower a tiny room. However, we see clients going too small far more often than going too big.
Can I replace gas logs myself?
You should not install gas logs on your own because gas log installation involves obtaining an installation permit and getting a post-installation inspection from a town or city inspector.
How often should gas fireplace logs be replaced?
A general rule of thumb when it comes to ceramic propane gas logs is this: a vented log set that has been regularly maintained can last for at least ten years, while a vent-free set with the same regular maintenance will show signs of wear between three and five years if the fireplace is used frequently.
Which gas logs produce the most heat?
Vented gas logs are best for customers that require only a small amount of radiant heat but like the appearance of a roaring fire. While vented gas logs will produce the most realistic flames, they can be quite inefficient in comparison to vent free logs.
Which is better ceramic or cement gas logs?
The ceramic logs are easier to install, but they may move around more than the concrete logs. What is this? The other main difference is that the concrete gas logs can hold more heat than the ceramic gas logs. This means that the concrete gas logs may be a better choice if you want your fireplace to generate more heat.