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Marco Fireplace Gas Logs

Updated on July 5, 2011

Marco Fireplace Gas Logs

Gas logs are a terrific way to enjoy the beauty of a fireplace without all of the hassle of burning wood. gas logs provide a huge range of choices to make sure that your fireplace is beautiful year round without all of the cleaning and maintenance. With a set of Marco natural gas logs you can give your house a great new look without spending a ton of money.


Choosing Your Gas Logs

Unless you are a lumberjack then you enjoy your fireplace but you do not like the idea of buying wood and storing it all year. Even if you buy your own wood it can turn into a tiresome chore when you have to clean off the grime and soot that burning wood produces. For this reason you may want to take a look at a set of gas logs for your Marco fireplace. These gas fireplace logs can provide a cost efficient option for heating your home while keeping your family safe from falling ashes. Lets explore some of the options available on the marketplace today.

Vented Versus Ventless Logs

One of the main choices to make when deciding on a set of gas fireplace logs is whether you will need a vented or ventless model. The different models are exactly like they sound, with vented models needing some way for outside air to get to the fireplace while vent free models do not need any type of opening. For example, if you have a functional chimney then vented gas logs might be the best solution but if you do not have any type of opening then you will want to choose a vent free model. You will also want to consult your local building codes or contact your county building inspections department to see if there are any restrictions in place as to what you can have. Ventless logs are occasionally not allowed in some areas although this is not very common.

Pros and Cons of Vented Marco Logs
Pros:

  • Flames resemble real wood burning
  • Burn at lower temperature
  • No smell, all fumes go out chimney or vent

Cons:
  • Produce a little soot
  • Require the chimney to be cleaned before installing
  • Does not heat a room evenly


Pros and Cons of Ventfree Marco Logs
Pros:
  • Great heating source
  • Do not require working chimney
  • Easier maintenance and cleaning
Cons:
  • Hotter Flame
  • Does not look like wood flame


Marco Fireplace Models

The gas logs that I recommend here will work with any of the current Marco fireplace models:

Marco fireplace logs by model

792794

792795

792796

792797

792870

792871

792872

A41MC

A41MTR

A41MTU

B36CF (792774/E)

B36HCI (792776/E)

B41CF (792851/62)

B41HC(792847/63)

B41HCI (792857/64)

BM36HC(792777)

BM36HCD (792778)

C36CF (792856)

C36HC(792759)

C36HCI (792850)8

C41CF (792848)

C41HC(792849)

C41HCD(792850)

CM36HC (7927782)

CM36HCD (792783)

D36CF(792807)

D36CFI (792808)

D36HC (792809)

D36HCI (792810)

D36TCF(792805)

D36TCFI (792806)

D36THC (792811)

D36THCI (792812)

D41CF

D41CFI

D41HC

D41HCL

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