By Miriam from Delaplane, VA on December 27, 2012
Do all gas burning stoves have glass in the door?
By Customer Service on December 27, 2012
Answer:Almost every direct vent and B-vent gas stove will have a sealed glass combustion chamber. This is to keep them from interacting with the air in the room. However, vent free models will not have glass and will use a safety screen instead.
By Cindy from PA on April 7, 2013
The pilot light in my gas burning stove is burning blue with a little yellowish-orange, but it makes an almost constant popping sound. Should my burner be doing this?
By Collin on April 8, 2013
Answer:A standing pilot will usually create a quiet, roaring noise or sound of rushing air. A popping noise is not common and may indicate an issue.
By Ray Rosputinski from York, Pa. on January 12, 2013
We are looking for a small gas stove to heat our home if the electric goes out. What do you suggest?
By Kevin on January 14, 2013
Gas stoves are indeed a convenient source of back-up heat. Were you considering a vented or vent-free appliance? We have a few of each variety from which to chose. Our vent-free Napoleon Arlington
is an attractive, efficient option and can be installed without the need for vent pipe. As it turns out, this unit is also available in a direct vent variety
. This alternative will still bring the heat and it will do so without adding excessive humidity to the room.