Fireplaces

Iowans Like to Warm Up to Propane Fireplaces

Propane FireplacesAre you tired of wasting your time dealing with a fireplace repair or time-consuming fireplace maintenance? Then there’s a good chance you have a wood fireplace in your home.

Instead of this constant hassle, why not modernize your home with a propane gas fireplace? You can then put your troubles to rest. Propane gas fireplaces can be installed inside and outside your home, and they are more efficient and better for the environment than that wood-burning unit you may have right now. If you have an old wood fireplace, it’s easy to convert it to a clean-burning and safe fireplace with a propane gas insert.

Comfort matters

Traditional wood fireplaces use an open damper, which enables large amounts of heat to escape. In contrast, sealed propane gas fireplaces keep more heat radiating into the room—without any ashes and other mess to clean up.

With a fireplace that runs on propane gas, you’ll never have to get up and put another log on the fire or wait to make sure the fire is extinguished before you go to bed or leave the house. You’ll help the environment, too, because propane burns much more cleanly than wood. A wood-burning fireplace can produce 4,000% more emissions than a propane unit!

Other benefits of a home fireplace that uses propane gas

  • eco-friendly, clean-burning fuel
  • realistic-looking flames
  • accessories like remote controls, push-button ignition and thermostats
  • efficient supplemental heat source
  • added value to your home
  • flexibility; fireplace gas logs can be installed anywhere—living room, bedroom, even a bathroom

To learn more about a fireplace installation and the many other ways you can enjoy propane, please contact your propane company and they’ll be glad to help.

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