Among Rasmussen's most impressive design features is the Valve Vanisher. This ingenious design addresses some of the most common problems associated with gas fireplace ignition systems. This feature hides the black box that contains the electrical components necessary to operate the fireplace, allowing for a more pleasing appearance. The Valve Vanisher also removes the need to off-center or downsize a gas log set to accommodate the control box, which also enhances the appearance of your fireplace. Finally, the Valve Vanisher places the control box in a cooler, safer location within the firebox. This extends the life of the components and decreases the likelihood of the system needing professionally serviced.
Fireplace remote controls provide a wonderful convenience for a gas fireplace. With all of the options available today, it can be confusing as to what type may be best for your needs.
The modern appeal of convenience and affordability has drawn more people to convert their old wood fireplaces into a clean and efficient gas log set. The benefits are numerous and they can really offer some unique advantages but with all of the different types and options, it can be hard to know what log set is right for you - so let's take a look at the key differences between gas log sets.