Mendota vs Heatnglo--the bottom line????
We are building a house and will have 3 fireplaces. We would like the mendota DXV series--the biggest reason is the ability to turn down th BTU's to 7500 so we can enjoy the look of the fire without getting too hot--especially with company. We feel the Mendota logs are more realistic also. Our builder says it makes a bigger difference what is around the fireplace, not in it and prefers a heat n glo look--for quite a decrease in price. Does anyone use the lower setting of 7500 BTU? Does it make a difference? Is Mendota worth the extra money? Thanks! We need to make our decision soon!