Shown at top right, the 8″ ribbon burner is shown in a single sided unit with reflective panels.
Shown at bottom right, the hi-low burner is shown in a see through unit.
Logs & Driftwood
If you are a fan of traditional wood burning fires, but not the messy cleanup, then fiber logs or driftwood for gas burning fireplaces could be just what you’re looking for.
Contemporary technology makes the most realistic looking wood logs possible, right down to the blackened char marks, splits and knots of the real thing.
Shown at left (from top):
- Traditional Logset
- Campfire Logset with Lava Rock & Embers
- Driftwood with Speckled Stones
Premium borosilicate firestones are a modern and multifaceted choice to better reflect light in your gas fireplace and create captivating color and sparkle.
Shards of standard or mirrored fireglass that is ‘crushed’ or broken provides a clean and modern look in your gas fireplace. Fireglass has sharp edges – protect your hands with gloves and use caution when handling it.
Smooth glass beads that are rounded like pebbles provide a clean and simple look in your gas fireplace. Multi-color blends are also a great way to accent an outdoor firepit.
Designed to completely cover a linear burner, glass media can be paired with uplighting or multi-color LED lighting to create different moods.
Rock & Stone
An elegant and earthy option, river rock and beach stone can be used in gas fireplaces to bring the outdoors in.
Manufactured with heat resistant materials, this media won’t crack or chip, even when exposed to direct flame. Available in a variety of shapes and colors, river rock and beach stone are a popular choice for a contemporary earthy feel.
Shown at right (from top):
- Speckled Stones
- River Rock (charcoal, grey, beige)