Majestic Fireside Realwood Vented Gas Log Set

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  • Majestic Fireside Realwood Vented Gas Log Set
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The Majestic Fireside Realwood Vented Gas Log Set. The sturdy material used for these gas logs looks surprisingly like real wood. Starting a fire is easy with the matchlight kit. Just strike a match, and you'll see the logs glow and flicker like real flames. You can enjoy a real wood fire without the hassle of collecting wood.

The safety pilot kit is an option for those concerned about safety. If the flames suddenly go out, this function quickly turns off the gas, keeping you and your family safe. These gas logs are not only easy to use but also clean. You won't need to move heavy logs or deal with dirty ashes. Plus, they don't give off harmful smoke because they're environmentally friendly. Whether you're having friends over or relaxing at home, the Realwood Vented Gas Log Set gives your place a unique feel. It combines the warmth of an old-fashioned fireplace with modern technology. Enjoy an easy and fun way to savour the cozy appeal of a warm fire!


  • Match Light: To complete your fireplace conversion, hearth kits should be used in conjunction with your gas log set. The burner assembly, the components of the ember bed, clamps, connections, and other hardware are among them. A hearth kit is supplied with the log sets, however, all gas log sets require separately purchased, correctly sized hearth kits to be utilized. Considering the three different burner lighting systems, select a hearth kit that matches your firebox.
  • Safety Pilot: A gas log set must be used with a hearth kit to complete a fireplace conversion. The burner assembly, ember bed materials, clamps, connections, and other necessary hardware are among its essential components. A wood-burning fireplace becomes a gas-fueled heating source when these two things are combined. Generally speaking, a suitable hearth kit is needed, unless it comes with a particular log set. Consider your firebox size and the kind of burner lighting system when selecting a hearth package.

Note: To increase the height of the gas log set about a restricting barrier, the fireplace floor may be lined with a non-combustible substance, such as refractory brick. The minimum height dimension specified in the homeowner's handbook must not be exceeded if the unit is lifted.

Note: If the log set has a remote receiver, a limiting barrier might shorten its battery life by raising the temperature within the fireplace. The battery life can be increased by placing the receiver outside of the fireplace.


  • The burner is sold separately.
  • Eight logs with fine details

Product Specifications:

 Log Set Type:   Vented Indoor 
 Log Set Style:  Fireside Realwood
 Fuel Type:  Natural Gas and Liquid Propane
 18" Match Light NG. BTU:  60,000
 24" Match Light LG. BTU:  74,000
 18" Safety Pilot Ignition NG. BTU:  60,000
 18" Safety Pilot Ignition LG. BTU:  40,000
 24" Safety Pilot Ignition NG. BTU:  67,000
 24" Safety Pilot Ignition LG. BTU:  40,000
 Log Set Width:  18 Inches and 24 Inches
 No. Of Logs:  8
 Material:  Refractory Cement


  • 18" Fireplace Front Width: 28 Inches
  • 24" Fireplace Front Width: 34 Inches 
  • 18" Fireplace Depth: 14 Inches 
  • 24" Fireplace Depth: 16 Inches
  • 18" Fireplace Rear Width: 16 Inches
  • 24" Fireplace Rear Width: 18 Inches


How to Measure Correct for a Gas Log Set: A Comprehensive Guide

Home is where the fire is warm and welcoming. A well-measured and aptly sized gas log set can significantly impact your fireplace's efficiency and overall aesthetic. But how do you accurately measure for it?

How to Measure Correct for a Gas Log Set?

Follow the steps below:

  1. Measure the Front Width: Open your fireplace doors, use a tape measure, and determine the front width from left to right.
  2. Measure the Rear Width: Repeat the process in the back, noting the measurements on paper as you go along.
  3. Measure the Depth: This is the distance from the front opening of the firebox to the rear wall.
  4. Measure the Height: Drop your tape measure down from the top of the fireplace opening to the floor of the firebox.
    Remember, your gas log set should be about an inch shorter than your measurement for the fireplace's rear width.

Why is it Important to Measure Correct for a Gas Log Set?

A correctly measured gas log set ensures not just the efficiency of your heating system, but it also provides a realistic and aesthetically pleasing look. An undersized log set might not heat your room adequately, and an oversized log set could lead to incomplete combustion and excessive soot.
Also, by measuring correctly, you can not only fit the set within your fireplace, but also make sure it leaves enough room for the vent-free systems to get adequate oxygen.


Taking care to measure correct for a gas log set can lead to long-term savings, greater energy efficiency, and a visually pleasing environment. The process may seem overwhelming at first, but with our guide, it's as easy as a walk in the park! So, why wait? Let's get those exact measurements and enjoy a homely and warm fireplace experience in your living room.

Remember, it's important to measure twice so you can order once. Good luck with your measurements and installation. Happy heating!

Vented vs Ventless Gas Logs: A Comprehensive Guide

In the world of gas logs, the debate between vented and ventless logs continues to create a buzz. We’re often asked: "Which is better, vented or ventless gas logs?" To answer this question, let's delve into a deeper understanding of the applications, experiences, benefits, and drawbacks associated with both types.

Vented vs Ventless Gas Logs: The Basics

Before we weigh up the pros and cons of each, it's essential to understand the fundamental differences between vented and ventless gas logs.
Vented Gas Logs work similarly to a traditional fireplace, where exhaust is sent up through a chimney or flue. On the other hand, Ventless Gas Logs don't require a flue or chimney, potentially saving you considerable venting costs. Though unvented, these logs are designed to burn "clean", with minimum emission ('trace amounts') of fumes into the living space.

The Contender 1: Vented Gas Logs

Vented gas logs are known for their authentic, wood-like aesthetics and the ability to produce a large, roaring fire. However, they necessitate an open chimney flue, which can turn out to be a significant heat culprit. Heat loss through the chimney can sometimes overshadow the warmth produced by the logs but, their incredible realism can make the trade-off worthwhile.

Pros and Cons of Vented Gas Logs


  • Realistic, full-bodied fire.
  • Emits a negligible amount of pollutants into living spaces.
  • Wide variety of styles and flame appearances.
  • Requires chimney or flue for ventilation.
  • Can lead to heat loss due to open chimney.
  • Less energy efficient in comparison to its ventless counterpart.

The Contender 2: Ventless Gas Logs

Ventless gas logs are all about convenience, conserving heat, and energy efficiency. They produce a lot of heat and don't require a direct vent. However, the flames are typically less appealing and less natural-looking. They also put more moisture into the air causing windows to fog up or a damp feeling in the home if overused.

Pros and Cons of Ventless Gas Logs


  • Doesn’t require venting, enabling use in a variety of settings.
  • Higher heat output.
  • More energy-efficient.
  • Less realistic flame.
  • May produce moisture causing dampness when overused.
  • Certain states have restrictions on ventless gas logs for indoor use.

The Verdict

Choosing between vented and ventless gas logs depends upon individual needs, restrictions, and preferences. If you want a realistic fire, vented gas logs offer an authentic fire experience. If energy efficiency and maximum heat output are your priorities, ventless gas logs are your best bet.
So, have you made up your mind? Whether it's vented or ventless gas logs, ensure that you comply with the safety and installation guidelines for a secure and delightful fire experience.

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