11 Best Gas Fireplace Accessories

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Top 11 Gas Fireplace Accessories

American Fireglass LAVAM10 American ( 1/2 Inch To 1 Inch Thick X 10 Pounds,)
Product Highlights:
  • all-natural lava rocks: formed as volcanic magma rises to the surface then cools and releases gases, these medium sized fire rocks can withstand the most extreme temperatures without damage or crumbling, making them a beautiful addition to your fire feature! sourced in the usa.
  • indoor or outdoor use: lava rocks are the perfect choice for fire bowls, fire pits, and indoor or outdoor fireplaces (liquid propane or natural gas). use these fire pit rocks on their own or as a base or filler for other ornaments.
  • high quality, low maintenance: durable, long-lasting and cost effective, american fire glass black lava fireplace rocks come in a variety of sizes, have a porous surface and require very little maintenance.
Midwest Hearth Rock Wool ( Log - 6 Oz. Bag)
Product Highlights:
  • enhance your fireplace - creates a realistic glowing ember effect in your gas fireplace or gas log set!
  • adds realism - glows like real coals where the flame touches the embers.
  • natural gas & propane - compatible with ng and lp gas appliances.
Rutland 587 Bright Rock ( For Gas Log)
Product Highlights:
  • replace the aging rock wool in your gas fireplace or spruce up a new project
  • brings added realism to your gas fireplace
  • looks like real glowing coals when heated
Midwest Hearth Natural Lava ( Fireplaces (5-lb Bag))
Product Highlights:
  • add realism to your fireplace - give your fireplace a "full" and natural look by adding lava rock around your log set.
  • natural volcanic lava rock - withstands extremely high temperatures without sustaining any damage or crumbling.
  • generous quantity - midwest hearth lava granules are available in 5-lb or 10-lb bags.
Midwest Hearth Glowing Embers ( Embers - 6 Oz. Bag)
Product Highlights:
  • proprietary blend of ember wool and mica flakes for a fantastic glow!
  • generous size bag of glowing embers - 6 ounces (9"x 12" bag)
  • for use with vented gas log fireplaces
Peterson Gas Logs Decorative ( Of 4 By Peterson Real Fyre)
Product Highlights:
  • adds realism to your gas log set
  • (1) 5" cone, (2) 4.5" cones, (1) 3.5" cone
  • made from durable refractory cement with realistic finish
Skytech 1001A Fireplace Remote ( Remote Control On/Off)
Product Highlights:
  • all battery operated r.f.
  • 2-button on/off transmitter
  • 65,536 security codes
AZ Patio Heaters Fire ( Blend, 10 Pounds)
Product Highlights:
  • fire glass is very easy to maintain because it emits no ash, soot, or smoke. thus you can spend more time enjoying your fire pit/place and less time cleaning it
  • our fire glass is not just exquisite to behold, it is also very practical. it does a wonderful job of covering the entire floor of a fire feature, effectively hiding the unseemly pipes and tubes
  • heat rating: higher temperature when compared to logs, lava rocks, stones, etc.
Midwest Hearth Vermiculite Granules ( Gas Logs - 12 Oz Bag)
Product Highlights:
  • high quality - midwest hearth vermiculite uses high-quality exfoliated vermiculite
  • increased performance - vermiculite helps in spreading gas throughout the entire burner pan of propane gas logs
  • adds realism - adds realism to your gas fireplace | sparkles and shines in the fire!
Rutland 580 Bright Silica ( Sand For Gas Log)
Product Highlights:
  • replace the aging sand in your gas fireplace or spruce up a new project
  • brings added realism to your gas fireplace
  • provides a good bed for your other fillers such as rock wool or lava rocks

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