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 Can a gas fireplace be used to burn wood?

Answer A prefabricated metal gas fireplace should not be used for burning wood. These systems were not designed to withstand the level of heat that burning wood can generate. The result could be a house f... Read More »
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Can you burn wood in a gas fireplace?

You can burn wood in a gas fireplace with a masonry flue, but you must disconnect the gas log set first. If the gas fireplace has a metal flue, then it is designed to burn with gas, and you should ... Read More »
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Is it okay to burn wood in a gas fireplace?

You can burn wood in a gas fireplace if it was originally a wood fireplace that now has a gas line and fake logs. You can disconnect the gas and remove the logs. If your fireplace was originally ga... Read More »
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Can I burn wood in my converted gas fireplace?

According to Hearth.com, wood can be burned in a converted gas fireplace if the flue and fireplace are constructed of stone or brick and a separate gas line is installed. To burn the firewood, disc... Read More »
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