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Modern gas fireplace for indoor/outdoor application

Posted by clean_freak (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 31, 09 at 16:39

I am new to this forum but hoping someone can help me out. I am building a new home in the SF Bay Area and have an exterior courtyard outside my family room. I had spec'ed an indoor/outdoor gas fireplace for this space thinking that such a thing should be easy enough to customize. It's just a view-thru two-sided fireplace right? No such luck! Heat-n-Glo makes a unit that is designed for indoor/outdoor use but other two-sided fireplaces are indoor only. The only problem is that the Heat-n-Glo is a bit small and it's very traditional. I was looking for a linear, modern burner.

I've called a number of manufacturers and spoken to a number of fireplace showrooms and no one can help me. Does anyone here have any design ideas, models recommendations or custom shops they can recommend?

Many thanks!


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