gas inserts

ArchGard DV31

Price: $3,149.00

Availability: in stock

Prod. Code: 31DVIE33N

archgard gas insert dvi31

 

FEATURES

* Beautiful fire choices: logs, rocks or glass stones
* Direct Vent technology with glass window
* Electronic ignition, meaning there's no standing pilot (which saves gas consumption)
* Uses dual 3" diameter aluminum chimney liners installed inside your existing fireplace chimney (included)
* Includes a fan blower, an optional feature on most gas inserts; fan turns on/off automatically
* Multi-function hand-held remote control with smart thermostat to adjust flame height, heat output, and blower control
* Fits smaller masonry or prefabricated wood burning fireplaces
* Choice of interior firebox panels to customize your look
* Includes barrier screen to help prevent contact with the hot glass window
* Choose the "standard face" look for a modern, contemporary style or add a cast iron front for a more vintage style
* Approved for use in the US, including Massachusetts
* Adjustable heat from 21,000 to 33,000 BTU

 

DESIGN YOUR INSERT

Select Front & Trim

Standard Front
3 sided trim panel - 2 sizes:
42W x 27H
48W x 31H
shown with log fire
Standard Front
4 sided trim panel
47W x 39H (trimmable)
shown with log fire
Mission Hill Front
3 sided trim panel
42W x 27H x 1D
shown with glass bead fire
Harrison Mills Front
3 sided trim panel
42W x 27H x 1D
shown with glass bead fire
       
Select Fire Style     Select Firebox Liner

Logs

River Rocks

Glass Beads





Red Brick
Gray Brick
Black Reflective
       
Installation Manual
Brochure
BTU input: 21,000-33,000
Efficiency:  72-80%
Approval: CSA, Massachusetts
Fuel:  LP or Natural Gas
Minimum Fireplace Dimensions
33-1/2"W x 20-1/4"H x 15-1/2"D
(Needs 19" width at depth of 15-1/2")

ARCHGARD DV31
Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Insert

This gas fireplace insert converts your standard size wood burning fireplace into a powerful source of heat.

The DV31 ideally suited for small fireplaces such as those found in many 1940's homes such as like fireplaces found in Richmond's Ginter Park neighborhood. It's also a great answer to convert a smaller prefab fireplace, such as those found in homes built in the 1970's

Aesthetically you can design this insert to suit your decor, from the clean front shown left to a more period style with the cast iron door fronts

 

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Logs & Gray Brick Firebox

 

River Rocks & Reflective Black Firebox