If you have a fireplace insert, you may not be getting the most out of it if you haven't looked into these Fireplace Insert Blowers and Fans. At their simplest, blowers and fans take the heated air your insert naturally produces and circulates it around the area to be heated in an even, efficient manner. This makes the heat more consistent and easier to control more accurately. All sorts of fireplace insert manufacturers make a blower or fan that is designed to work with their products, so search for the accessory that best suits your precise model here in the Fireplace Insert Blowers and Fans section.
I have an Osburn 2400 fireplace insert with a blower. The blower supplied by Osburn only has Off-Low-High and not a fan controlled by a thermostat. Do you carry a replacement blower assembly for this wood stove? Do you have one with a thermostat control?
The replacement blower for the Osburn 2400 insert can be found here. Currently, there is no thermostat model available for these inserts.
I have a conventional fireplace in my living room that I rarely use because it doesn't seem to generate enough heat. It is an old gas log type (probably 25 years old) that came with our house when we bought it. The chimney has a flue that I always open when I use the gas fireplace for safety reasons.
I can almost feel the heat being sucked out of the house when I stand next to the fireplace. Is there some type of hollow loop with a blower fan that I can put the gas logs on to generate heat?
There is a product known as a grate heater which is designed to take the place of your factory gas log grate. An example of this product is the Stoll 20" W x 17" D Grate Heater for Vented Gas Logs - GLH2017. This item has a built-in heat exchanger that pulls heat from the grate assembly and forces air into the room.
Another alternative you may consider would be a set of ventless logs, which can be operated with the damper closed and are very efficient when compared to vented sets.