Grand Canyon Arizona Weathered Oak Kiva Vented Gas Log Set
Item # M62000009
Designed to bring quality realism to your fireplace, the Grand Canyon Arizona Weathered Oak Kiva Vented Gas Log Set brings the beauty of nature into your home. Grand Canyon Gas Logs scours the American country to hand select the most unique logs to cast for their sets. These Arizona Weathered Oak logs were cast from a real tree that was stuck by lightening over 40 years ago! The resulting bulges, cracks, and twists create an exquisite firewood display.
The Grand Canyon Arizona Weathered Oak Kiva Vented Gas Log Set burners are manufactured in the United States, ensuring quality and reliability. Using only the best materials, these kiva burner systems feature 6 vertical upright burners and a single front burner. They come with a lifetime warranty for indoor use. Multiple ignitions options are available for your log set, allowing you to select the ignition to best suit your needs. With a quality burner and individually cast logs, you’re sure to enjoy a beautiful fire for years.
- Sizes: 18”, 24”, 30”
- Hand-painted individually cast logs
- 6 upright burners and a single front burner
- Multiple ignition options
- Lifetime burner warranty
Read the Details
- Type: Gas Log Set
- Log Set Width: 18" | 24" | 30"
- Location: Indoor
- Fuel Type: Natural Gas | Propane
- Ignition: Electronic | Manual Safety Pilot | Match Lit | Millivolt
- Minimum Heat Output: 35,000 BTUs
- Maximum Heat Output: 64,000 BTUs
- Material: Refractory Ceramic
- Style: Oak
- Certification: OMNI Approved | ANSI Certified
Everything I ordered was excellent quality and reasonable in price.
Just what we were looking for...
This model does not have knobs and pilot lights to attend to, it uses our current fireplace gas valve and we light it with a lighter. It's exactly what we wanted and that's what we got! The embers glow nicely and the flames are perfect.
Richard S. |
Love the tipi style logs
We love the look of these over the traditional stacked log look. We ended up using 30lbs of extra fireplace rock to create a more even look that hid most of the valving system. The flex pipe provided with the millivolt ignition system creates a bit of gas flow noise. We tested black iron pipes only and it was quieter but wasn't centered in the fireplace as well so we had to go back to the flex pipe. Typically isn't an issue unless it's a quiet room then you hear the gas going through the flex pipe and millivolt system. Other issue is the time to ignite, sometimes it can take up to 10 sec and ignites with a decently large whoosh noise. We have adjusted the pilot height and direction of the top hat with little change to the rate at which it ignites. Overall happy but mainly because it's a much better look (even when off) than the tradition horizontal logs.
Craig N. |