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At Fireplace BBQ Emporium we offer the highest quality and newest innovation of gas logs in today’s industry. Stop by our showroom to see the largest display of live burning gas logs in Brevard County.
This system has a safety pilot that is manually lighted and stays lit all the time. Also called a standing pilot, it is similar to a pilot found in a hot water heater. You can turn the burner on and off manually by reaching inside your fireplace and turning the control knob. You cannot operate this type of system with a remote control.
Remote Control Systems include a remote pilot valve assembly. Depending on the remote option you select, you will have the ability to control certain functions of the log set from a remote control. Remote controlled options include basic on/off control as well as variable flame height control.
The warmth and beauty of a fire has always been a source of comfort, security and joy. Being able to enjoy that at the touch of a button, without hauling and storing firewood or cleaning up messy ashes, makes the pleasure completely hassle free.
Gas fires offer a stunning realistic fire that can rival wood-burning fires in appearance. A wide range of wood varieties are available, as well as many specular contemporary glass and stone styles. So you can get the exact look you want.
Gas fire products are generally inexpensive to buy and install. They cost about one fourth of what it costs to burn wood. Some gas fireplaces are more than 99 percent efficient.
Gas fires provide instant enjoyment. With the touch of a button, the fireplace turns on and off. There’s no need to purchase, store and season wood, or clean up and dispose of messy ashes.
Gas fires prevent flying sparks – common with wood fires – that might burn a rug or cause other damage. They don’t create indoor particulate matter that is harmful to asthmatics and those with respiratory issues.
Burning gas versus wood helps keep our air clean by eliminating harmful particulate matter in the air outside.