cold air in fireplace insert

john49ercoltsDecember 4, 2006

I have a gas fireplace installed by the builder. It is in the corner of the family room.It has a fireproof glass that is attached to the front of the logs. There is cold air coming in from all around it and especially underneath where the controls are(pilot light, etc). Is ther anything that I can put in there or around the front to keep the cold air out when Im not using it? Thank you

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Sounds like we have similar problems. Hopefully someone can help us out.

    Bookmark   December 5, 2006 at 6:13PM
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