Corner propane fireplace can add ambiance and a heat source to any room. Fireplace inserts gas are an energy efficient alternative to a standard wood burning fireplace. Fireplace inserts also burn cleaner and do not pollute the air, which can be useful for people with asthma or other respiratory problems. Some cities have enacted air quality regulations that restrict burning wood. These rules do not apply to propane fireplace inserts, so a better choice if you want to heat your home throughout the winter.
Measure the corner propane fireplace to determine the exact size so you can decide that the chimney space suits. Place a large piece of thick cardboard in front of the fireplace opening. This will protect the brick damage while filling the propane fireplace is pressed into place. Have an assistant help you lift the fireplace insert on the cardboard. Slide along the board in the fireplace, making sure it is directly in the center of the opening.
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Remove the fireplace damper. From the top of the roof, falling combustion liner downs the chimney. Back to the house and connect the adapter collar chimney on top of the corner propane fireplace insert to the bottom of the combustion shirt. Use tin snips to cut any additional combustion liner. Secure the end in place with the screws provided in the hardware installation fireplace insert.