Gas Logs

Jernigan Oil Company works with local suppliers to install top-quality gas logs for your home and business. By using local builders and suppliers, we ensure that your product remains serviceable and managed by local talent.

VENTED VS VENT-FREE

Find out pros and cons of vented and vent-free gas fireplaces in your home.

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MONESSEN HEARTH SYSTEMS

Specializes in vent-free fireplace systems for both traditional and modern tastes.


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WHITE MOUNTAIN HEARTH

Traditional gas log fireplaces, by Empire Comfort Systems. Specializes in vented and vent-free fireplace systems.


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BUCK STOVE

Local supplier of vent-free gas and LP Gas fireplace systems, as well as a wide range of wood-burning and electric fireplaces and stoves.


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HEATMASTER

Expert gas logs manufacturer based in North Carolina. Specializes in vented and vent-free gas logs and vent-free fireboxes.


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RINNAI

Water heating specialists for home and commercial use. Offers unique tank-free continuous and hybrid water heaters.


Vented vs Vent-Free Gas Logs

Vented gas logs refer to those built in new or existing fireplaces, giving the system a traditional look. Vent-free gas logs, also known as ventless gas logs, are of a more modern design, and can be placed nearly anywhere.

Vented Systems

Pros

Tall, realistic, dancing flame patterns.
Does not require a CO2 detector.
Can burn for hours with little supervision.

Vent-Free Systems

Pros

Easy and adaptable setup.
More heat output than vented systems.
Less gas and pollution than vented systems.

Cons

Requires established fireplace, reducing flexibility.
Produce less heat than vent-free systems.
Uses slightly more gas than vent-free systems.

Cons

High maintenance in enclosed areas.
Smaller and less natural-looking flames.
May emit a smell like kerosene in enclosed areas.