Napoleon. 35,000 BTUs power the direct-vent Starfire GD70NT-S. Available in both propane and natural gas, the unit is approved for bathrooms, bedrooms, and bed sitting rooms. Accessories include a night light, heat circulating blower, and a dual receptacle junction box. Also offered is an optional decorative arched door with screen. 859.428.9555.

Dimplex. Pretty and functional, the Traditional Alabaster fireplace adds timeless beauty to the home. Designed for use with the electraflame 30-inch firebox, the unit can be finished with a choice of trim kits including antique brass, black polished brass, stainless steel, and more. It measures approximately 607/8 inches by 45 inches by 183/4 inches deep 800.668.6663.

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European Home. The Vision gas fireplace combines warmth with sleek minimalism. The hole-in-the-wall, B Vent, open-front fireplace can be installed with or without a surround (provided the wall is made of non-combustible material) and could be combined with a mantel if desired. Ceramic beach pebbles, instead of logs, are a unique touch. 781.662.1110.

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Boral Bricks. A custom look is easily achieved with the 17th Century Fireplace Kit. The kit comes with installation blueprints, brick, brick shapes, and sculptures, and is offered in three models — Full Wall, Mantel With Surround, and Surround — and several size options to fit 32- through 51-inch fire-boxes. The blueprints are in English and Spanish, and the kit is delivered in three shrink-wrapped pallets. 800.526.7255.

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Moberg Fireplaces. In a move meant to bring the masonry fireplace into the 21st century, the Modern Rumford combines vintage charm and modern convenience. Available in low-emission wood burning or gas, the fireplace promises greater efficiency and easier installation. The firebox can be vented with stainless steel chimney pipe, and the masonry kits are available in standard sizes with 36-, 42-, 48-, and 54-inch openings. 503.227.0547.

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Exhausto. The EBC5 control for gas fireplaces sets the speed of the chimney fan that creates the mechanical draft in the chimney system. It provides a proper and accurate draft at the outlet of the heating appliance and features an integrated safety function that prevents the heating appliance from operating in case of a mechanical or electrical failure. It also features pre-purge and post-purge functions. 800.255.2923.

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Lennox Hearth Products. The Merit Plus Series Electric Fireplace can stand alone or be built-in and has several optional mantel and finish styles, providing a wealth of decorating options for the homeowner. A remote control commands flame height, ember intensity, and heat settings. A split-oak charred log set and glowing ember bed present a realistic “traditional fireplace” appearance. 800.953.6669.

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Regency. The Hampton gas fireplace can be installed without a chimney system, because it vents directly to the outside of the home, either through the wall or up through the roof. Offered in three designs and a choice of finishes, the unit has heavy-duty ceramic safety glass and a slim- or deep-fire option. Accessories include a remote control and double screen doors. 604.946.5155.

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