Ironstrike Serefina DV Gas Stove
Ivory White Showroom Floor Model CI150 - $3,000 - Only 1 Available at this price. View this item in our showroom! The Serafina offers the beauty of cast iron with...
Majestic Oxford DV Top Vent Gas Stove
The Oxford DV gas stove is ideal for small to medium spaces. Top Vent 28-3/8" Tall x 17" Deep x 24-1/2" Wide Heating capacity: up to 1200 sq. ft. Heat...
Napoleon Arlington Vent Free Gas Stove, GVFS20
In Stock Price $1300. Only 1 Available. Good things come in small packages. The Arlington™ – GVFS20 vent free gas stove, although compact in size, makes a powerful statement in...
Napoleon Bayfield GDS25
In Stock Black Bayfield Gas Stove $2,299. Only 1 Available. The Napoleon Bayfield™ Gas Stove crafted in cast iron comes in three designer colors that will look great in any...
Napoleon Castlemore DV Gas Stove, GDS26
In Stock Winter Frost Castlemore $3,500. Only 1 Available. The Napoleon Castlemore™ Gas Stove (cast iron) with its sleek curves and tall, slender stature, it becomes the ultimate focal point for...
Napoleon Havelock GDS50
The Napoleon Havelock™ Gas Stove offers many benefits – a built-in blower, extra large heat exchanger, easily accessible controls, solid body construction and a triple state-of-the-art burner system allowing superior...
Napoleon Knightsbridge DV Gas Stove, GDS60
In Stock Black Knightsbridge Gas Stove $2,499. Only 1 Available. The Napoleon Knightsbridge™ Gas Stove has always been successful and in popular demand for its solid performance and impressive heating...
Quadrafire Sapphire Direct Vent Gas Stove
The Sapphire has a classic wood stove design. These cast iron gas stoves feature exclusive technologies, which ensure fuel efficiency and stunning rolling flames. With direct venting, the Sapphire...
Regency Classic DV Gas Stove, C34
The Regency Classic Gas Stove mirrors the authentic styling of a wood stove with all the convenience of gas. With the direct vent option, you can vent up and out...
Benefits of Gas Stoves
With so many different options to choose from to heat your home (wood, pellet, gas), it can be difficult to know which one to choose.
Here are a few reasons to consider using a gas stove:
Convenience. There’s no firewood or pellets to collect or store. You won’t need to worry about the hassle of starting a fire — you can simply turn on a switch and enjoy a blazing fire in seconds.
Eco-friendly. Natural gas is a clean-burning fuel that emits little pollution.
Low-maintenance. Whether you choose a ventless or direct vent gas stove, there’s very little cleanup and maintenance required. You won’t need to deal with ashes and soot produced by a wood-burning or pellet stove. All that’s needed is an occasional wipe-down of the gas logs and interior.
Consistent temperatures. Today’s gas stoves use high-efficiency heat exchangers that provide long-lasting fires at programmable temperatures.
Vent-Free vs Direct Vent Gas Stoves
What’s the difference between a vent-free gas stove and a direct vent gas stove?
Vent-free or ventless stoves: don’t require an external attachment, chimney or vent pipe which makes them a popular choice as they don’t need any special installation. They’re also highly-efficient as heat is contained within the box and doesn’t tend to escape to the exterior as is the case with some models of direct vent gas stoves.
Direct vent or vented gas stoves: as the name implies, must be correctly installed to an existing chimney or exterior venting system to properly exhaust the fumes and gases produced. Vented gas logs tend to look more realistic and provide a welcoming yellow flickering flame and warm ambience.
Types of Gas Stoves
The Stove Center carries a variety of Napoleon and Iron Strike gas stoves which come in direct vent or ventless options. Whether you seek the vintage look of a cast iron stove or a more sleek, modern look to match your décor, our gas stoves are effective in keeping your home warm on a chilly autumn or winter day.
What Does Natural Gas Smell Like?
In its natural form, natural gas is almost pure methane which is odorless and colorless making it very difficult to detect.
This is why natural gas companies add an odor to the gas making it detectable. Some people say this smell is similar to sulfur, or “rotten eggs.” The state of Massachusetts has strict regulations on the amount of odor added to natural gas; a gas leak of only 0.15 percent should be detectable.
If you haven’t done so already, carbon monoxide (CO) detectors should be installed outside of your bedroom to alert you of a gas leak. If you happen to smell an unusual odor, leave your home immediately and call your local gas company.