14 Natural Gas Heater Fireplace

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Top 14 Natural Gas Heater Fireplace

1
Pleasant Hearth VFS2PH30DT 30000 ( Vent Free Stove, Black)
Product Highlights:
  • dual fuel technology (lp or ng)
  • 30, 000 btu/hour
  • heats up to 1, 000 sq. ft
2
Pleasant Hearth VFS2PH20DT 20000 ( Compact Gas Vent Free Stove)
Product Highlights:
  • dual fuel technology (lp or ng)
  • 20,000 btu/hour
  • heats up to 700 sq. ft
3
Duluth Forge Ventless Linear ( BTU, T-STAT, Model DF300L)
Product Highlights:
  • technology - 26, 000 btu patented dual fuel technology using natural gas or liquid propane blue flame heater which heats up to 1, 400 sq. ft. area.
  • dependable - thermostat control offers automatically cycles the burner on and off to maintain a desired room temperature. ideal for greater heat flow that could add the warm atmosphere in your room.
  • stylish - slim profile design gives a stunning look.
4
Emberside By SureHeat Sure ( Natural Gas Fuel Log Set 18-Inch)
Product Highlights:
  • six highly detailed, hand painted ceramic logs traditionally stacked on a tiered grate realistically recreate the look of a mature fire in your fireplace
  • csa approved heating appliance will heat 1200-1500 square feet with 99.9-percent efficiency
  • fits all fireplaces with minimum dimensions of 28-inch front width; 15-inch depth; and 21-inch back width
5
ProCom QNSD250RT Ventless Dual ( Stove-25,000 BTU, Large, Black)
Product Highlights:
  • technology - 25 000 btu patented dual fuel technology using natural gas or liquid propane blue flame heater which heats up to 1 100 sq ft area
  • dependable - thermostat control offers automatically cycles the burner on and off to maintain a desired room temperature ideal for greater heat flow that could add the warm atmosphere in your room
  • stylish - 5 improved realistic looking logs and space saving design give a stunning look
6
Mr Heater Corporation F299831 ( Natural Gas Heater, Multi)
Product Highlights:
  • 30,000 btu natural gas heater to heat spaces up to 750 sqaure feet.
  • radiant heat burner. use-supplemental heat in cold rooms, additions, sun rooms, cabins
  • automatic low oxygen shut-off system (ods). csa certified
7
Duluth Forge DLS24R1 Ventless ( Oak-Remote Control, 24 Inch)
Product Highlights:
  • technology - 33, 000 btu patented dual fuel technology using natural gas or liquid propane which heats up to 1, 300 sq. ft. area.
  • dependable - thermostat remote control included this remote controlled unit allows you to set your desired heat temperature and control your log set by using the included remote control. (system requires 4 aa and 2 aaa batteries included)
  • stylish - 9 hand painted realistic detailed logs using superior refractory ceramics to ensure a long life-span
8
Mr Heater 30000 BTU ( Gas Heater MHVFB30NGT)
Product Highlights:
  • 30,000 btu natural gas heater to heat spaces up to 1000 square feet
  • blue flame burner for even convection heat. maximum elevation (ft)-4500. fuel consumption/burn rate (gal/hr)- .030 mcf
  • automatic low oxygen shut-off system (ods). csa certified
9
Duluth Forge Dual Fuel ( Control Gas Fireplace, Black)
Product Highlights:
  • assembled in usa - product is proudly assembled in the usa. skilled american workers manufacture the parts, assemble, and test our products. only high-quality materials and parts are used in the manufacturing of our products. our factory features state of the art manufacturing equipment.
  • technology - 26, 000 btu patented dual fuel technology using natural gas or liquid propane which heats up to 1, 350 sq. ft. area.
  • dependable - thermostat control the control automatically cycles the burner on and off to maintain a desired room temperature.
10
VFDM30LBN CERAMIC FIBER LOG ( 6-PIECE 30" NATURAL GAS ONLY)
Product Highlights:
  • model #: vfdt30lbn
  • for use with: vent-free/vented contour burner by empire comfort systems
  • fuel type: natural gas

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