Natural Gas fireplaces use your home's natural gas as its source of fuel. They have the ability to light up and produce heat instantly. Many units come with a remote that allows you to control the intensity of the flame, and thus the heat that is released. Use these fireplaces if you need a fireplace with very low maintenance.
Liquid Propane fireplaces are very similar to gas fireplaces. The major difference is the fuel. Liquid propane is stored in tanks and is drawn to the unit using tubes. This allows you to place the tank away from the fireplace which reduces clutter in your living room.
Electric fireplaces draw on your home's electricity. These are the simplest fireplaces because they simply convert electricity to heat. They produce no exhaust or fumes and are very easy to install. Use this type of fireplace if you need a simple and inexpensive way to heat your living room.
Woodburning fireplaces are the oldest form of furnaces. Many customers find them to be the most authentic form of fireplace. However, these styles require periodic cleaning and are often more difficult to install.
Bioethanol fireplaces use a relatively new source of fuel. Bioethanol is produced using more eco-friendly methods. These fireplaces do not require a fuel source hookup and are often time easy to install and maintain. Brand like EcoSmart offer units that are very fuel efficient. Be sure to check out our selection.
Gel Fuel fireplaces use a very easy to maintain fuel source. The fuel is in gel form and provides a much more portable and simple way of refueling your fireplace. You can find the fuel in the form of an easy to use can or cylinder.