gas inserts

Archgard DVI40

Price: $3,499.00

Availability: in stock

Prod. Code: 40 DVI40

archgard dvi40 gas insert

* Realistic log fire
* Direct Vent technology with glass window
* Millivolt system with pilot light
* 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 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 27,000 to 40,000 BTU



Select Front & Trim

Standard Front, Black
Bevelled Panel Trim, Black
44W x 29-3/4 
Standard Front, Black
Flat Panel Trim, Black
47-1/4W x 31-3/8H
Double Arched Doors, Pewter Gray
Arched Trim, Pewter Gray
44-1/2W x 31-7/8H (center)
28-7/8H (sides)
* this trim requires a larger fireplace opening: 34-7/8W x 24-1/2H x 17-1/2
Single Bow Door, Pewter Gray
Square Trim, Pewter Gray
Shown with arched tri
m special order
44-1/2W x 29-7/8H
* this trim requires a larger fireplace opening: 34-7/8W x 24-1/2H x 17-1/2

Select Firebox Liner Click photo below for video of fire  

Gray Brick
Red Brick
Black Reflective

Installation Manual
BTU input: 21,000-33,000
Efficiency:  72-80%
Approval: CSA, Massachusetts
Fuel:  LP or Natural Gas
Minimum Fireplace Dimensions
29-7/8"W x 22-1/2"H x 15-3/4"D
(Needs 19" width at depth of 15-1/2")

Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Insert

The ideal choice for greater heating needs, such as larger homes or older, drafty houses

The DVI40 is the ideal choice for homes with larger heating needs. Rated at 27,000 to 40,000 btu's, it is capable of heating about 2,000 to 3,000 square feet. It will overheat you in newer or smaller homes.

Because it fits into a fireplace as small as 29-3/4" wide, it may be the answer if you live in an older home that has a smaller fireplace and is unusually drafty. It also looks just great in a standard, 36" fireplace as well.