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Best Gas Fireplace Reviews For 2018/2019

Updated on December 18, 2018

Best Rated Gas Fireplaces 2018

For people who are looking for something that can keep the warmth during the cold season, such as during winter, it would be helpful to have the Best Gas Fireplaces you can buy in 2019. Simply put this on any place within the house and you will no longer have to suffer from chilly nights.

The gas fireplaces that are available in the market differ in many factors. There are many brands, models, designs, and mechanisms for heating. If there is one thing that is common, that is the fact that they produce heat. This makes it hard to choose the right model to purchase, or perhaps the one that will provide the best value for your money.

The rest of this article will provide you with insights on a number of top rated gas fireplaces that can be found on the market. They are generally grouped into two kinds: ventless and vented. Continue reading the rest of this article to know the one that would be best for your needs.

Ventless vs Vented Gas Fireplaces

The first thing that you need to decide upon when buying a fireplace would be whether to get the ventless or vented.


The good thing about the vented gas fireplace is that their flame pattern is very realistic, and they look very much like wood in traditional fireplaces, with flames that are also much taller. In addition, many people have also liked using vented type because it no longer requires the presence of carbon monoxide detector.

However, there were some who did not like the vented fireplace because it produces less heat and it also consumes more fuel, compared to the other option, which would be the ventless fireplaces.


The popularity of ventless fireplaces can be attributed to the fact that it has a better heating mechanism, giving the room more warmth, compared to the vented ones. In addition, these fireplaces are also friendly to the environment because they do not produce much pollution. It also excels on terms of fuel consumption, as it consumes less compared to vented fireplaces.

However, there were also some cons with this type of fireplace. For instance, there were many who did not like the act that it leads into the production of excess moisture that can lead into mildew. You must be also careful in using this type because they may be illegal in some areas.

In terms of heating, you should choose the ventless type of fireplace. Using them will no longer require the need for a chimney, which makes sure that the heat is contained inside the room. In terms of use, however, both are good, especially when compared against using traditional fireplaces.

Direct Vent Fireplaces

Bayfield is one of the brands that can be considered. One of the good things about their fireplaces is that they are equipped with the Phazeramic burner technology, which allows the presence of a flame that randomly flickers and an ember bed that glows.

Another brand that can be taken into account would be Monessen. Aside from the electronic ignition, another thing that has been liked by its users would be the variable height adjustment. Its logs are made from ceramic and they exhibit a realistic glow, which makes the fireplace look genuine.

You can alsoconsider Arlington as a brand of choice when it comes to this type of fireplace. Some of the features of their models include being run on either propane or natural gas. Since it does not require electricity in functioning, it will prove to be useful even in case of power disruptions, such as during a cold stormy night.

Vent Free Fireplaces

The vent-free fireplace from ProCom could be one of the best options in the market. It can be conveniently taken to any parts of the house. Another good thing is that it can be used as a tabletop and will surely prove to be a nice accent piece to any room.

If you want to opt for another brand, you can consider buying Bainbridge ventless fireplace. Many of its users have expressed positive words about the product, commending things such as ease of use, power, beauty, size, and heating capability, among others.

These fireplaces offer the benefit of portability, which will allow you to have it placed in the different parts of the house, or where you need the heat the most. The best thing is that even if they are placed anywhere, it will be safe to use because many of them are equipped with safety sensors.

Gas Fireplace Inserts

Especially during the snow season, the fireplace inserts can prove to be very useful for your home. For many people who have used such in the past, it is considered as an effective way of being able to provide them with the much needed warmth, amidst the chilling temperature.

The variety of fireplace inserts that are available in the marketplace makes it hard to choose the best possible option. They differ in terms of various factors, such as with regards to price, looks, quality, and brand.

To be assured that you will be able to get the best value for your money, make sure, to carefully evaluate all of the possible options that you will be confronted with. Take note that while it is an efficient way to heat your place, not all of them are created equal, which makes it more important to scrutinize your choices to end up with a well-informed decision.

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