Gas Logs

At Flame Connection, we’ll gladly guide you through the process of finding the perfect gas logs for your home. We specialize in attention to the details that are important to every client, and we’ll never leave you out in the cold!

The Benefits of Gas Logs
• While a wood fireplace is so beautiful, and brings a natural feel, they
are environmentally unfriendly. Wood fires produce the most carbon emissions of any of the home-heating methods, both indoors and outdoors.

• Wood fires mean you’ll be buying and storing cords of wood, carrying it in and out of the home, starting, stoking, and then cleaning the fireplace every time you use it. Keeping the chimney clean each year is a must so that dangerous fires don’t occur. Wood fires produce lots of ash. A quick down-draft down the chimney can scatter soot and ash all over the house.

Why Choose Gas Fire Logs Over Wood?

• Wood fires have their issues as stated above, gas fireplaces are exactly the opposite.
• Gas logs offer the same beauty as a wood burning fire, but with the least amount of carbon emissions of any home-heating method except electric.
• Gas fireplaces work through either a natural gas source or propane that is safely installed into your home. Starting your gas fireplace can be as easy as clicking a remote control!
• Gas logs are very realistic and will give your fireplace the coziness and warmth of a natural wood fire without the dangers and inconveniences of a wood fireplace.

Variety

At Flame Connection we offer a wide variety of gas log styles. From Split Oak, Aspen Timber, and Western Pine, to Oak, Pecan, Driftwood, and so many more. We’ll surely have the perfect gas log set for your fireplace. At our store you can see all log types working, as opposed to buying them out of a box at a warehouse store.

Gas Log Options – Vented or Vent-free

Vent-free: If generating more heat is important to you, vent-free gas logs will help you achieve a greater heat output. Vent-free logs do not require a chimney, so for those of you without one, this is your best and only choice.
Vented: if a more decorative and visually pleasing gas log fireplace, vented gas logs are a smart choice because they produce yellow flames that make your fire look more realistic. They utilize your existing chimney as the vent, and some heat will be lost up the chimney.

Starting Your Gas Log Fireplace:

• Starting your fire is so simple. Depending on what you choose, you’ll either be lighting a match or use a push-button igniter. Systems with electronic ignitions can even come with remote controls with an easy on-off button!

At Flame Connection, we’ll gladly guide you through the process of finding the perfect gas logs for your home. We specialize in attention to the details that are important to every client, and we’ll never leave you out in the cold!

 

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• Wood fires mean you’ll be buying and storing cords of wood, carrying it in and out of the home, starting, stoking, and then cleaning the fireplace every time you use it. Keeping the chimney clean each year is a must so that dangerous fires don’t occur. Wood fires produce lots of ash. A quick down-draft down the chimney can scatter soot and ash all over the house.

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Gas Log Options - Vented or Vent-free

Vent-free: If generating more heat is important to you, vent-free gas logs will help you achieve a greater heat output. Vent-free logs do not require a chimney, so for those of you without one, this is your best and only choice.
Vented: if a more decorative and visually pleasing gas log fireplace, vented gas logs are a smart choice because they produce yellow flames that make your fire look more realistic. They utilize your existing chimney as the vent, and some heat will be lost up the chimney.

Starting Your Gas Log Fireplace:

• Starting your fire is so simple. Depending on what you choose, you’ll either be lighting a match or use a push-button igniter. Systems with electronic ignitions can even come with remote controls with an easy on-off button!

At Flame Connection, we’ll gladly guide you through the process of finding the perfect gas logs for your home. We specialize in attention to the details that are important to every client, and we’ll never leave you out in the cold!

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Why Choose Gas Fire Logs Over Wood?

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• Gas fireplaces work through either a natural gas source or propane that is safely installed into your home. Starting your gas fireplace can be as easy as clicking a remote control!
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Gas Log Options - Vented or Vent-free

Vent-free: If generating more heat is important to you, vent-free gas logs will help you achieve a greater heat output. Vent-free logs do not require a chimney, so for those of you without one, this is your best and only choice.
Vented: if a more decorative and visually pleasing gas log fireplace, vented gas logs are a smart choice because they produce yellow flames that make your fire look more realistic. They utilize your existing chimney as the vent, and some heat will be lost up the chimney.

Starting Your Gas Log Fireplace:

• Starting your fire is so simple. Depending on what you choose, you’ll either be lighting a match or use a push-button igniter. Systems with electronic ignitions can even come with remote controls with an easy on-off button!

At Flame Connection, we’ll gladly guide you through the process of finding the perfect gas logs for your home. We specialize in attention to the details that are important to every client, and we’ll never leave you out in the cold!

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• Wood fires mean you’ll be buying and storing cords of wood, carrying it in and out of the home, starting, stoking, and then cleaning the fireplace every time you use it. Keeping the chimney clean each year is a must so that dangerous fires don’t occur. Wood fires produce lots of ash. A quick down-draft down the chimney can scatter soot and ash all over the house.

Why Choose Gas Fire Logs Over Wood?

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• Gas logs offer the same beauty as a wood burning fire, but with the least amount of carbon emissions of any home-heating method except electric.
• Gas fireplaces work through either a natural gas source or propane that is safely installed into your home. Starting your gas fireplace can be as easy as clicking a remote control!
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Variety

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Gas Log Options - Vented or Vent-free

Vent-free: If generating more heat is important to you, vent-free gas logs will help you achieve a greater heat output. Vent-free logs do not require a chimney, so for those of you without one, this is your best and only choice.
Vented: if a more decorative and visually pleasing gas log fireplace, vented gas logs are a smart choice because they produce yellow flames that make your fire look more realistic. They utilize your existing chimney as the vent, and some heat will be lost up the chimney.

Starting Your Gas Log Fireplace:

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Why Choose Gas Fire Logs Over Wood?

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Variety

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Gas Log Options - Vented or Vent-free

Vent-free: If generating more heat is important to you, vent-free gas logs will help you achieve a greater heat output. Vent-free logs do not require a chimney, so for those of you without one, this is your best and only choice.
Vented: if a more decorative and visually pleasing gas log fireplace, vented gas logs are a smart choice because they produce yellow flames that make your fire look more realistic. They utilize your existing chimney as the vent, and some heat will be lost up the chimney.

Starting Your Gas Log Fireplace:

• Starting your fire is so simple. Depending on what you choose, you’ll either be lighting a match or use a push-button igniter. Systems with electronic ignitions can even come with remote controls with an easy on-off button!

At Flame Connection, we’ll gladly guide you through the process of finding the perfect gas logs for your home. We specialize in attention to the details that are important to every client, and we’ll never leave you out in the cold!

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• While a wood fireplace is so beautiful, and brings a natural feel, they
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Why Choose Gas Fire Logs Over Wood?

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• Gas fireplaces work through either a natural gas source or propane that is safely installed into your home. Starting your gas fireplace can be as easy as clicking a remote control!
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Vent-free: If generating more heat is important to you, vent-free gas logs will help you achieve a greater heat output. Vent-free logs do not require a chimney, so for those of you without one, this is your best and only choice.
Vented: if a more decorative and visually pleasing gas log fireplace, vented gas logs are a smart choice because they produce yellow flames that make your fire look more realistic. They utilize your existing chimney as the vent, and some heat will be lost up the chimney.

Starting Your Gas Log Fireplace:

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Why Choose Gas Fire Logs Over Wood?

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Vent-free: If generating more heat is important to you, vent-free gas logs will help you achieve a greater heat output. Vent-free logs do not require a chimney, so for those of you without one, this is your best and only choice.
Vented: if a more decorative and visually pleasing gas log fireplace, vented gas logs are a smart choice because they produce yellow flames that make your fire look more realistic. They utilize your existing chimney as the vent, and some heat will be lost up the chimney.

Starting Your Gas Log Fireplace:

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Vented: if a more decorative and visually pleasing gas log fireplace, vented gas logs are a smart choice because they produce yellow flames that make your fire look more realistic. They utilize your existing chimney as the vent, and some heat will be lost up the chimney.

Starting Your Gas Log Fireplace:

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Vented: if a more decorative and visually pleasing gas log fireplace, vented gas logs are a smart choice because they produce yellow flames that make your fire look more realistic. They utilize your existing chimney as the vent, and some heat will be lost up the chimney.

Starting Your Gas Log Fireplace:

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Gas Log Options - Vented or Vent-free

Vent-free: If generating more heat is important to you, vent-free gas logs will help you achieve a greater heat output. Vent-free logs do not require a chimney, so for those of you without one, this is your best and only choice.
Vented: if a more decorative and visually pleasing gas log fireplace, vented gas logs are a smart choice because they produce yellow flames that make your fire look more realistic. They utilize your existing chimney as the vent, and some heat will be lost up the chimney.

Starting Your Gas Log Fireplace:

• Starting your fire is so simple. Depending on what you choose, you’ll either be lighting a match or use a push-button igniter. Systems with electronic ignitions can even come with remote controls with an easy on-off button!

At Flame Connection, we’ll gladly guide you through the process of finding the perfect gas logs for your home. We specialize in attention to the details that are important to every client, and we’ll never leave you out in the cold!

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• Wood fires mean you’ll be buying and storing cords of wood, carrying it in and out of the home, starting, stoking, and then cleaning the fireplace every time you use it. Keeping the chimney clean each year is a must so that dangerous fires don’t occur. Wood fires produce lots of ash. A quick down-draft down the chimney can scatter soot and ash all over the house.

Why Choose Gas Fire Logs Over Wood?

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Gas Log Options - Vented or Vent-free

Vent-free: If generating more heat is important to you, vent-free gas logs will help you achieve a greater heat output. Vent-free logs do not require a chimney, so for those of you without one, this is your best and only choice.
Vented: if a more decorative and visually pleasing gas log fireplace, vented gas logs are a smart choice because they produce yellow flames that make your fire look more realistic. They utilize your existing chimney as the vent, and some heat will be lost up the chimney.

Starting Your Gas Log Fireplace:

• Starting your fire is so simple. Depending on what you choose, you’ll either be lighting a match or use a push-button igniter. Systems with electronic ignitions can even come with remote controls with an easy on-off button!

At Flame Connection, we’ll gladly guide you through the process of finding the perfect gas logs for your home. We specialize in attention to the details that are important to every client, and we’ll never leave you out in the cold!

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• While a wood fireplace is so beautiful, and brings a natural feel, they
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• Wood fires mean you’ll be buying and storing cords of wood, carrying it in and out of the home, starting, stoking, and then cleaning the fireplace every time you use it. Keeping the chimney clean each year is a must so that dangerous fires don’t occur. Wood fires produce lots of ash. A quick down-draft down the chimney can scatter soot and ash all over the house.

Why Choose Gas Fire Logs Over Wood?

• Wood fires have their issues as stated above, gas fireplaces are exactly the opposite.
• Gas logs offer the same beauty as a wood burning fire, but with the least amount of carbon emissions of any home-heating method except electric.
• Gas fireplaces work through either a natural gas source or propane that is safely installed into your home. Starting your gas fireplace can be as easy as clicking a remote control!
• Gas logs are very realistic and will give your fireplace the coziness and warmth of a natural wood fire without the dangers and inconveniences of a wood fireplace.

Variety

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Gas Log Options - Vented or Vent-free

Vent-free: If generating more heat is important to you, vent-free gas logs will help you achieve a greater heat output. Vent-free logs do not require a chimney, so for those of you without one, this is your best and only choice.
Vented: if a more decorative and visually pleasing gas log fireplace, vented gas logs are a smart choice because they produce yellow flames that make your fire look more realistic. They utilize your existing chimney as the vent, and some heat will be lost up the chimney.

Starting Your Gas Log Fireplace:

• Starting your fire is so simple. Depending on what you choose, you’ll either be lighting a match or use a push-button igniter. Systems with electronic ignitions can even come with remote controls with an easy on-off button!

At Flame Connection, we’ll gladly guide you through the process of finding the perfect gas logs for your home. We specialize in attention to the details that are important to every client, and we’ll never leave you out in the cold!

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Flame Connection

Flame Connection