- BTUs: 20,000
- Viewing Area: 21"W x 17 9/16"H
- Included Items: Ceramic Fiber Log Set, Outer Frame, Hood and Louvers in Matte Black
- Required Items: None
- Efficiency: 99.9%
- Ignition Type(s): Reliable Standing Pilot Ignition OR Gas Saving Electronic Ignition With Battery Backup
- Framing Dimensions: 23 1/4"W x 26 3/4"H x 11 1/4"D
- Certification: CSA
- Warranty: 5 Year Limited
The Vail 24 delivers the beauty of hand-painted ceramic fiber logs and natural flickering flames to dens, halls, and sitting rooms. Vail 24 Fireplaces are rated at 20,000 Btu – enough heat to keep a family room cozy and warm. A large selection of mantel cabinets makes installation more convenient.
EMPIRE COMFORT SYSTEMS
Empire Comfort Systems is renouned in our industry for being on the cutting edge with technology and style. What sets them apart from their competition is how they stand by their products. They feature a full 5 year warranty. They have had several innovations over the years that have gained them accolades in our industry. The Slope Glaze Burner used on many of their fireplaces has won several awards for top vent free gas logs. The Boulevard line of linear fireplaces is one of the most popular fireplaces lines on the market today. Their gas stoves are are well built and budget friendly. Their Carol Rose line of outdoor products features outdoor fire pits, built in fireplaces, and gas logs. All heavily built and suited for the outdoor elements.
VENTLESS GAS APPLIANCES
Vent free appliances burn gas and air at just the right ratio to where they burn the fuel 99.9% efficiently. This high efficiency makes them great supplemental heating appliances. Not having to install a venting system makes them an affordable than vented appliances. Vent free appliances have to pass national safety standards. Ventless burner technology is available in built in fireplaces, freestanding stoves, gas logs, and gas inserts for an existing fireplace. Advancements in technology have created much more realistic flames without affecting the efficiency. As they use room air for combustion they are not intended to be a homes sole source of heat. They are intended to zone heat a certain area of your home that is not being properly heated by your homes heating system.