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Things to Consider An electrical outlet will need to be run if one is not already present to run the unit. Electric units are quiet themselves, only the heater will make noise. Maintenance is minimal. Ease – no wood to stack or pellets to buy or gas line to run. There is no venting needed for an electric unit, so this eliminates additional cost and clearances to combustibles. Electric units are not recommended for your main source of heating.  If a unit has a heater attached it is comparable to a small space heater.  They are decorative appliances. Fuel costs vary, but electricity may cost more than other fuel types. Electric units require less for installation than a gas, wood or pellet unit.  They are also more easilty unistalled and moved than other units.   Maintenance Vacuum under stove or fireplace and around fan to keep free of dust Clean glass occasionally while the unit is cool Recommended Venting No venting is needed for electric fireplaces, stoves or inserts. Options Shape Doors Surround/Trim Log/Rock/Glass set Fan Remote Control Thermostat Accessories
Quick Definitions Fireplace a "box" which will safely contain fire. Fireplaces are usually associated with new construction and/or remodeling. Fireplaces were traditionally masonry or brick, but are now commonly steel. Fireplace insert a unit which fits into a pre-existing "box" which will safely contain fire. Inserts are used when a fireplace is already present and a conversion to a different fuel type is desired – i.e. converting a wood- burning fireplace to gas. Inserts are also much more efficient than traditional fireplaces.
Electric Fireplaces, Stove & Inserts
Surge Protector
Mantles
Fire Crackler Sound System
Electric Electric
Decorative Doors