It's hard to beat gas for sheer convenience. City dwellers without easy access to cordwood, those living in
condominiums or a home with little storage, and busy people who don't have time to fuss with the maintenance of a
woodstove all appreciate the ease of using gas.
Aside from its convenience, gas is also a reliable choice for areas where power outages are common. Most gas
stoves are equipped with a pilot light (constant, tiny flame use to ignite the main burn) and require no household
current for operation and so remain a working heat source during a power failure. If the pilot light ever goes out, a
safety switch automatically shuts off the gas supply.
For ultimate convenience, gas stoves are thermostatically controlled, so the heat is completely adjustable. You set
the temperature with the controls on the unit or with a wall or hand held thermostat. The heat is as steady and
consistent as a furnace. Several of our units feature built in fans to help distribute the warm air. You can
accessorize you stove with a remote control, allowing you to operate your stove from your easy chair.