If you are building a fireplace in a new house or redoing a larger wood-burning fireplace, consider installing a gas fireplace inserts. By using clean combustion of natural gas or propane, you can heat your room efficiently without the mess of a wood fire or contaminants. Buy a gas fireplace insert in a wide range of models designed to suit any type of decoration.
Choose one of the three types of gas fireplace fillers available. The choice depends on your space and existing fireplace tastes. Before buying any gas fireplace fill, make sure it complies with the building codes in your municipality. Choose a non-exit to the outside fill the fireplace if you are only going to use the gas fireplace inserts for a short period of heat.
Since the gas depletes the oxygen in the room and create carbon monoxide, buy a unit with no exit to the outside only if you are going to use it for short-term heating or the environment. The newer models of the fireplace unventilated gas fireplace inserts have oxygen depletion sensors (ODS) that shut off the gas supply when the oxygen in the room descends to a certain point. This type of chimney filler only requires setting the unit in place and connecting the gas for installation.