By Dennis schrader from Columbia, MD on December 22, 2012
What does direct vent mean?
By Customer Service on December 23, 2012
Answer:Direct vent refers to a fireplace that is completely sealed from room air by using a pane of tempered or ceramic glass over its opening. The unit can usually be vented either horizontally or vertically and uses a coaxial vent pipe. The small inner pipe vents exhaust gases to the outdoors, while the larger outer pipe draws in air for combustion. These units are valued for their efficiency and the fact that they do not affect indoor air quality.
By Brett from Orinda, CA on April 27, 2013
We're looking for a fireplace insert similar to the attached image. It will be for looks, can be vented or ventless, 36" to 42" and preferably linear style. What should we get?
By Collin on April 29, 2013
By Glen from EL PASO, TX on January 21, 2013
I am looking for a direct ignition, gas fireplace insert w/ direct venting. The outside dimensions of the existing fireplace are 36" W x 24"H and depth is about 36 to 40 ". I also want the brick liners to be white or black. What model do you suggest?
By Chris on January 21, 2013
By Joan from VT on March 13, 2013
I'd like to replace my current Empire gas wall heater with the FMI Cottage fireplace. It is a natural gas, 35000 BTU, direct vent with the vent in the rear. Would this work?
By Collin on March 13, 2013
Answer:The FMI Cottage fireplace could certainly be used in place of the your current wall heater. Direct venting through the outside wall is relatively simple in most circumstances. You'll need to check and make sure that your current heater is direct vented as well. Most older Empire heaters are natural vent types that vent vertically.
By Kenneth from Fort Myers, FL on January 2, 2013
Which vented fireplaces are the thinnest to choose from?
By Customer Service on January 2, 2013
By Terry from OH on March 16, 2013
Do you have a video guide of installing and venting a direct vent fireplace?
By Dawn on March 18, 2013
Answer:No, but there are product manuals on most of the item pages that provide installation and venting instructions.
By Vijay from New York City on October 15, 2013
I am looking for a fireplace insert for a fireplace that is 36 inches wide in the front, 20 inches deep, 26 inches wide in the back, and 24 inches high. I would like to have a clear face (not louvered) direct vent insert. The fireplace sits 4 inches high over the floor (The height of the fireplace insert would still be 24 inches). I would like to fill the 36 inch wide space as much as possible. Trims that go outside of the 36 inches to frame the insert would be even better. Which fireplace insert would you recommend?
By Chris on October 16, 2013
By Raymond from NY on January 9, 2014
Can I replace my direct vent electric ignition natural gas fireplace log assembly with a standing pilot assembly?
By Tyler on January 9, 2014
Answer:Direct vent gas fireplace systems are not designed for an "engine swap" such as you describe. We recommend contacting the manufacturer to see if this is a possibility for your model.
By Tim from Renton, WA on March 30, 2013
I'm looking for small built-in cabinet unit like GD19 Vittoria Direct Vent, do you have some that I can choose from? It will go in a 6'8" x 12' sun room/library with an existing built in bookshelf.
By Tyler on April 1, 2013