What are the different parts of a gas fireplace?

What are the different parts of a gas fireplace?

We’ll start with the exterior parts of your fireplace and work our way to the interior components and accessories.

  • The Hearth.
  • Fireplace Fronts.
  • Firebox.
  • Gas Fireplace Media.
  • Fireplace Liners.
  • Gas Fireplace Venting.
  • Fireplace Blower and Fan.
  • Chimney Parts.

What are the names of the parts of a fireplace?

A fireplace may have the following: a foundation, a hearth, a firebox, a mantel; a chimney crane (used in kitchen and laundry fireplaces), a grate, a lintel, a lintel bar, a overmantel, a damper, a smoke chamber, a throat, a flue, and a chimney filter or afterburner.

What is the front of a gas fireplace called?

At the base of the firebox is the hearth, and at the top of the firebox is the throat of the chimney, where a damper can be found in some fireplaces. The front of the firebox is called the fireplace opening, where glass doors can sometimes be found, or where a fireplace screen would be located.

Where is the burner on a gas fireplace?

It’s usually located near the fireplace, usually to the immediate left, right or on the floor. You will control the gas flow with a fireplace key (sometimes called a hex key) as you light the fireplace. Place a long lighter next to the burner and pull the fuel trigger. (You can also use a lit match.)

What are the parts of a gas fireplace?

So to review, the hearth is what the firebox sits on, typically the fireproof base underneath the fireplace box. The firebox of a gas fireplace is simply a combustion chamber where the fire ignites. It includes a floor, sides, and a top lined with firebrick or ceramic liner to encase the flames.

Where can I find heat N Glo fireplace parts?

Find the Heat N Glo Gas Fireplace model you own in the diagram listings shown below. Each link will take you directly to that model Heat N Glo Gas Fireplace parts list and part view diagram. Be sure to have your correct fireplace model number and serial ready when locating your parts.

How to order service parts for gas log?

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Where can I get gas log remote control?

At, we carry gas log parts that will service most gas log sets and gas stoves. Whether it be a new gas log pilot assembly, gas log valve, or a gas log remote control, we have the gas log repair parts you need.