Propane Fireplaces

A propane fireplace burning by a window

Propane fireplaces are more efficient and better for the environment than wood-burning units.

Propane gas fireplaces offer many advantages for your Missouri home. They are virtually maintenance-free, come in a variety of styles and are easy to install. In addition, they pose a lower risk of a house fire than fireplaces that burn wood.

Propane fireplaces can be installed inside and outside your home and they are more efficient and better for the environment than wood-burning units.

Many propane fireplaces can also deliver supplemental heat—that’s a big help if you’re not using a propane furnace to heat your home! In fact, propane fireplaces produce twice as much heat as wood-burning fireplaces at about a third of the cost. And there’s no soot, ash or smoke to worry about.

If you’re looking to add some ambiance to your Missouri home, you would probably love a vented gas log set, which allows you to add a free-standing “fireplace” to just about any room in your home.

However, if you want a fireplace that serves as a heat source, too, then a fireplace insert or free-standing gas fireplace may be the best choice.

Benefits of Propane Gas Fireplaces

  • Eco-friendly, clean-burning fuel
  • Realistic-looking flames
  • Accessories include remote control, push-button ignition and thermostats
  • Efficient supplemental heat source
  • Added value to your home
  • Flexibility: fireplace gas logs can be installed anywhere—living room, bedroom, even a bathroom

Convert to Propane

If you’re thinking about expanding your use of propane, converting to propane for new appliances or switching to propane as your primary energy source, please contact your local propane company to learn more about your options.