We offer our customers installation and maintenance for their purchases. Gas stoves offer multiple benefits to the consumer, such as clean, reliable heat, the ability to adjust the flame and regulate the amount of heat output, the realistic look of a flickering flame and glowing goals, convenient electronic ignition, versatility in vent placement (top or rear vents), gas heating, and no ash or wood to dispose of after use. You can even use a remote control, a wall switch and/ or timer, or a programmable thermostat to decide how hot and how long you want your gas stove or fireplace to operate.
Fires have been natural meeting and gathering places for millennia. The warm glow of a fire draws people in, causing us to pause, reflect, relax, and enjoy the sight of flickering flames and glowing embers. A fire not only increases the warmth and ambiance of a room, it can also increase the value of your home with a direct vent or ventless gas stove. Did you know that a gas stove offers some of the highest return on investment of any remodeling project? Adding a fireplace stove to your home is a great way to increase your enjoyment immediately and increase your profits down the road when you’re ready to sell your home. Advances in technology, especially in the increasingly realistic appearance of gas logs and flames, is convincing more consumers to choose gas over wood.
Choosing a Gas Stove
When you’re shopping for your direct vent gas stove, ventless gas stove, or gas stove fireplace, it’s important to know the way you will be using your purchase, and the size of the area where it will be used. Do you want your gas stove to heat just one room, or supply heat for a large area? Will you use your gas stove or fireplace occasionally, or will it be the main source of heat through the winter? When shopping for a gas-fired unit, be sure to look for the British Thermal Unit or “BTU” rating. This is a measure of heat energy, and generally speaking, 35,000 BTUs will provide sufficient heating for about 1,000 square feet. However, the amount of air flow from windows and doors as well as the ceiling height will have an effect on the heating efficiency of your gas stove.
With a direct vent gas stove, the heating system is closed-combustion, meaning that it is sealed off from the room with a glass panel. A coaxial pipe supplies air flow coming in from outside for combustion, and vents the exhaust directly back out of the home. A direct vent stove or fireplace can be vented either vertically through the roof or horizontally through an exterior wall, giving you multiple placement options within your home. With these systems, you must operate the direct vent unit with the glass panel securely in place.
Gas Stoves with Fireplace Warehouse
If you’re ready to add the beauty and efficiency of a gas stove to your home, come and visit us at any one of our three locations in Colorado; Denver, Colorado Springs, or Fort Collins. We’d love to welcome you to our store and answer any questions you may have about our gas stoves or any of our other premium gas fired home products.