Atlanta Gas Logs
Gas logs are tremendously popular in new homes and renovations. Our realistic, finely-detailed logs let you enjoy a warm, inviting fire without the hassle of a woodpile. Accessories and replacement parts are available. Additional information on gas logs is available at the links below or you may contact us with any questions.
Gas Log FAQs
These vented gas log sets include grate, burner, sand, embers, lava rock and fittings. The fireplace damper must be fully open while using vented gas logs. Lifetime warranty on logs, two-year warranty on burner and control valve.
Rocky Mountain Timber
36" NG $1275 LP $1455
18” $620 LP $635
Split Mountain Oak
18” $445 LP $625
Grand Massive Oak
24” $536 LP $714
Split Rustic Oak Deluxe
18” $480 LP $655
American Oak Split Designer
18” NG $310 LP $490
24” NG $1005 LP $1160
Special log sets
This product does not use a vent and is available in Natural Gas only. This set is remote-ready. **MUST HAVE: ACC27 (REMOTE) -OR- ACC28 (WALL SWITCH)
This product can be used outdoors.
18” NG $810 LP $975
Measuring for Gas Logs
Use these guidelines to determine the proper size of vented gas logs for your fireplace.
|Log Size||Minimum Fireplace Size|
Use the diagram below to help you measure your fireplace. Have these measurements ready when you call, or bring them with you to the showroom so we can help you determine the right size for your gas logs.
A = Width at front of fireplace
B = Depth of fireplace from front to back
C = With at back of fireplace
Vented vs. Vent-free Gas Logs
Vented Gas Logs
- Extremely realistic flame pattern that looks like a wood fire.
- Flame is much taller than vent-free logs
- Flame dances and wraps around logs like real wood.
- Does not require a Carbon Monoxide (CO) detector
- Since the damper is open, most of the smell will go up the chimney
- Less heat than vent-free logs (probably won't heat your room)
- Uses slightly more gas than vent-free logs
- Much better heat output than vented gas logs
- Less pollution
- Slightly less gas consumption
- Since the byproduct of burning gas cleanly is water, vent-free logs will introduce excess moisture into your home which can result in mold or mildew.
- You must be careful not to burn your vent-free logs for extended periods of time with windows closed, otherwise they will deplete the oxygen in your home.
- Vent-free gas logs produce an odor that many people equate to the smell of burning kerosene. So if you have a sensitive nose, you may not be able to handle the smell and will be dissatisfied with vent-free logs.
- Vent-free gas logs are required to have an ODS (oxygen depletion system) which is built into the pilot system.
- The flame pattern with vent-free logs pails in comparison to vented logs. Because the gas must burn cleanly, the flame height is very low and most of it is blue. Also, you will find that the flame does not dance around like a real wood fire and very little of the flame actually touches the logs. The reason for this is that when the flame touches the logs, it gets cooled off and does not burn cleanly and starts to produce soot and exhaust gases.
- Vent free logs cannot be repaired of serviced, the entire burner system must be replaced if the logs break.
Gas Log FAQ's
Why should I buy gas logs?
- Clean: No more dirt, ashes or bark to sweep. Less pollution.
- Convenient: No more chilly trips to the log pile...no more log stacking. Get rid of the log rack and the fireplace tools.
- Safe: No more sparking and popping embers.
A safety pilot burns off any gas that may seep through the valve when not in use.
A remote control and/or wall switch requires a Millivolt valve system. The wall switch requires low voltage electrical wiring.
Gas logs will provide radiant heat in the general hearth area. Gas logs are easy to use, require little maintenance, and enhance the aesthetic appeal of your fireplace whether on or off.
No. The hearth kit is designed to work with only the appropriate gas logs.
Sooting is a result of impingement caused by incomplete combustion, i.e. flames coming in contact with a surface, cooling the flame, and preventing combustion.
Never wash your logs. Remove the logs carefully from the fireplace in a box, take them outside and use a soft brush or vacuum to clean them. Make sure that you put the logs back in the original arrangement.
A damper clamp will come standard with your gas log set and MUST be installed to maintain a small opening at all times. This allows for the escape of any pilot exhaust. When the logs are in use the damper must be fully open.
For vented gas log sets, you need to remove the log set and grate, have the gas line capped, install a grate rated for natural wood.