Advice on a Nat Gas insert

cowtown Posted By cowtown, Oct 4, 2011 at 2:05 AM

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  1. cowtown

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    In my basement, I am looking at converting a traditional fireplace into a nat gas insert.

    The basement is finished and I would be using the natural gas insert for supplemental heat while I am down there playing pool or watching a movie.

    The basement is about 1,000 square feet. The air intake and exhaust would run through the chimney (I assume).

    The fireplace opening is about 24" high and 34 1/2" wide

    Thanks in advance.


    Dan
     
  2. DAKSY

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    Find a Regency dealer in your area & look at their product line.
    The units are made in your country & are kick-a$$ heating units.
    Both your intake & exhaust will use the chimney as a vessel for
    the co-axial vent kit.
     
  3. cowtown

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    Beauty-thanks, I will look into them.
     
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