Ventless fireplace are energy efficient because the heat stays in the room, instead of escaping combustion. They have safety devices that shut off carbon monoxide gas if oxygen is reduced to dangerous levels. Decide where you want to go the fireplace. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations on how close the unit may be the fuel. Shop for a unit sized for your room. Bedrooms can use a drive with about 10,000 BTU (British Thermal Units).
Bathrooms can handle about 6,000 BTU. If you do not have an existing gas line must be installed by a professional. Your supplier of natural gas or propane is a good source, such as independent contractors heating. Customize the space containing the unit. Creating a raised hearth substance added to the project. Build the framework of the ventless fireplace with plywood, creating a three-sided box where the chimney will sit.
The frame is fixed to the wall with 1×4 ledger boards placed in the studs. Mount the unit according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Put it in place. Connect the flexible gas line to the log drive, so be sure to tighten the flare brass fittings securely. If you have a problem working with accessories flare of ventless fireplace, contact your gas professional for help.