Gas fireplace inserts – A gas combustion insert must fit tight at the bottom, and around the edge of your fireplace. Measure the depth, height and width of your fireplace opening, both the outer and inner edges. While these measurements should be the same, it is important to confirm these measurements. Also measure along the top of the fireplace, and note depth the measurement of where the chimney opening starts and ends.
Clean the old gas fireplace inserts any opening of the grill and dirt. Drill a hole in the side of the room, and pull it through a line of physical or propane. Fully slide the gas combustion chamber into the opening, which brings the chimney openings, and open the damper. Attach the gas line to the control or ignition valve. Install the ignition assembly by attaching it to the gas burner assembly, and place the burner assembly in the hopper, or place it on the divots at the bottom of the combustion chamber.
Create a new decorative gas fireplace inserts surround with tiles, plaster or stone. Do not cover or block any of the new air vents, or prevent the operation of glass doors or screening. Place cement fire logs, or decorative concrete objects or fireproof stones that obscure the background of gas burner, and give the effect of a wood burning flame.