A gas insert installed in your fireplace in Denver is not only a decoration, a design element that ensures that your room has a special atmosphere, a coziness that envelopes everything in the room in the warmth of the flames. Gas inserts are also great, efficient sources of heat. All types of gas fireplaces and fireplace inserts generate heat, they all have a flame that is fueled by natural gas coming through a pipe.
The by-product of burning the gas being heat, you can rely on your gas fireplace to deliver at least a little heat. Knowledgeable gas fireplace Denver sellers confirm that gas fireplaces are usually not the primary heat source, but even so, they can generate between 5,000 BTU and 40,000 BTU, depending on the capacity of the insert, average capacities being around 20,000-30,000 BTU, enough to heat a large room. Many gas inserts are fitted with rocks that absorb the heat and keep it in to release it slowly, ensuring that the heat delivered by the insert is felt for a long time. You can also choose gas inserts that pack special, extra insulation to keep heat in for even longer. The difference is to be noticed after a night of having the principal heating appliance turned on – the room in which the gas insert is located will be still warm in the morning.