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Masonry fireplaces add value and elegance to your home and outdoor living space

Using a Mason-Lite Vent-Free fireplace also provides warmth and beauty to any room in your home without taking up valuable real estate for a chase and chimney.

Vent-free fireplaces have become very popular for both indoor and outdoor applications due to the ease of installation as well the radiant heat they provide. Requiring zero clearance to combustibles, with standard sizes of 39”, 44”, 49” these are approved with any ANSI Z21.11.2 approved gas log set and vent-free burners*; you can choose Mason-Lite’s optional Virginiana Log system.

Vent Free Linear Fireplaces are available in sizes 24″, 36″, 48″, 60″ for use with Vent Free Opalescence Linear Burner.

See Through and Custom Vent Free Units also available.

Keep in mind, the maximum number of BTU’s for vent-free is 40,000.

* Indoor Vent-Free fireplaces are approved across the USA in over 45 states. Please check your local jurisdiction restrictions.

All Mason-Lite products are 100% USA Sourced & Manufactured
  • Lightweight construction

  • Clean and environmentally friendly

  • Limited Lifetime Warranty


  • Is this fireplace safe?

    Yes. It has been tested to the ANSI Standard for vent-free fireplaces. You must follow the vent-free gas log manufacturer’s instructions for safe operation.

  • Can I install the fireplace on a wood floor?


  • Can I burn wood in this Vent Free Gas fireplace?


  • Can I install decorative gas logs in this Vent Free Gas burning fireplace?

    No! Vent Free Gas logs are needed for safe installation and operation.

  • Can I install a log lighter in the fireplace?


  • What type of chimney do I use on this fireplace?

    The fireplace does not use a chimney.

  • Can I install this unit anywhere in the country?

    No. You need to check with the building codes in your area to see if Vent Free Gas fireplaces are allowed.

  • Can I install this gas fireplace in a bedroom?

    This depends on the local building codes. Most areas and manufacturers do not allow vent free products to be installed in bedrooms.