How much do Heatilators weigh?
The Icon is the industry’s largest wood-burning fireplace. Its beauty is highlighted by expansive viewing areas and authentic masonry looks….Gas Log Set.
|Refractory Options||Traditional or Herringbone|
|Opening Size||33″ H x 50″ W|
|Framing Dimensions||71″ H x 61-5/8″ W x 30-1/2″ D|
How does a heatilator wood burning fireplace work?
Old-Style Heatilator Fireplaces use a special venting system that draws in cool room air and releases it as warmer air. The air that is in the venting system never goes through the firebox so it doesn’t get fouled with ash, smoke, or other unpleasant odors.
Can you add a blower to a wood burning fireplace?
Can You Add a Fireplace Blower to an Existing Fireplace? Yes, you can add a fan/blower to most gas and wood fireplaces, inserts, and stoves. You will need to find a fireplace rated fan that will fit your fireplace and follow all instructions for installation in the unit’s manual.
What is a Heatilator gas fireplace?
Heatilator gas fireplaces are designed to add style and efficient heating to any living space – both indoors and outdoors. Whether you are creating a traditional or modern space, we have the perfect product to make your room truly glow.
How long does a Heatilator last?
– 12 months
Under normal operating conditions the batteries should last 6 – 12 months. Each of the batteries used in the hand-held transmitters should be producing 1.5V to 1.6V to operate.
Are Heatilator fireplaces good?
Established in 1927, Heatilator has built a long standing reputation for providing quality, dependable hearth products at unbeatable values. Today, Heatilator remains the most preferred, recommended and installed fireplace brand among building professionals.
How can I make my wood burning fireplace more efficient?
Improving the Efficiency of Your Fireplace
- Crack open a window nearest your fireplace.
- Turn on central or room fans to circulate heat.
- Use hard wood for fuel.
- Add a damper (if your fireplace does not have one)
- Use an inflatable flue plug.
- Install a top-sealing chimney damper.
- Bring outside air directly into the firebox.
Why is my wood fireplace blower so loud?
Dust bunnies can accumulate on the blades of a fireplace fan and throw it out of balance. That causes vibration, noise and premature bearing wear. Cleaning a fireplace blower every few years keeps it running quieter and longer. Remove the blower and suck out as much dust as possible with a shop vacuum.