Ventless gas fireplace – Pellet fuel devices are available as free-standing boilers or fireplaces. Free-standing devices are similar to conventional cord wood heaters by usually heating a single room well but not adjoining rooms unless you use a fan to force the warm air into the other rooms.There are also fireplaces that fit into existing fireplaces. Several companies now manufacture pellet-fired furnaces and boilers for replacing or subsidizing gas or oil-fired furnaces and boilers in residential heating systems.
The type of pellet device determines how and where to install it. Free standing pellet ovens must be placed in a large open area so that the heat can more evenly cover the room. Ventless gas Fireplace efforts go into existing fireplaces, but there are also models that can be installed in the corner of a room or on an empty wall. All manufacturers have specific installation guidelines to be followed carefully to ensure safe and efficient operation.
Most models allow for direct ventless gas Fireplace (the valve can go straight through a wall) or vent straight up through the roof. If you are venting the unit, install a vertical section on the outside of the building that removes roof hangers to reduce damage to the exterior of the building. Be aware that if you lose electrical power, directly vented cookers can force some smoke into the room until the fuel in the stove burns out.