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What Kind of Logs Do Gas Fireplaces Use?

Written on: October 10, 2022

gas log sets pennsylvania Winter is just around the corner. If you’re looking for a way to add cozy comfort to your Northeastern Pennsylvania home, Ace-Robbins sells and installs propane fireplaces, propane fireplace inserts, and gas log sets.

Let’s take a closer look at the kind of logs gas fireplaces use.

What Is a Gas Log?

As opposed to the wood that burns in a traditional fireplace, a gas fireplace uses gas logs that include piping and logs made of ceramic (or sometimes cement). The piping directs the propane gas through holes in the logs. Once ignited, the propane produces a steady flame by burning harmlessly on the surface of the ceramic logs.

Getting a fire started with a gas log is much easier than getting a traditional fire started. Gas logs can be ignited with the turn of a knob or the push of a button on a remote control. How easy is that?

Gas Logs vs. Firewood

Propane fireplaces, inserts, and gas log sets have a lot to offer. Here are a few of the benefits you’ll enjoy:

Propane Hearth Products from Ace-Robbins

If you already have a wood-burning fireplace, you can still enjoy the benefits of a propane hearth product with a propane log set or propane fireplace insert. Whatever you choose, Ace-Robbins will see that your hearth product is expertly installed and maintained so you and your family can enjoy it for years and years.

If you don’t have a fireplace at all, now is a great time to explore getting a propane fireplace installed. It’s more affordable than you think. And the experts at Ace-Robbins can help you choose the product that will best suit your needs and preferences. Then we’ll get it installed quickly and safely so you can start enjoying it the first cool night of the season.

And if you’ve got a Propane Heat Maintenance Plan with Ace-Robbins, you can add coverage for your propane gas fireplace.

Contact Ace-Robbins today for more information or to request a free estimate on a propane hearth product that will fit your home and lifestyle.