Gas Log Styles
One of the distinguishing factors among gas logs is the wood type that the logs are molded from. Depending on the trees that are native to your region of the country, your perception of firewood can differ from those in other regions. For someone in Arizona, Juniper logs may represent a realistic fire; for someone in Maine, White Birch may provide that ambiance. By choosing a wood type reminiscent of the trees found in your area or that represent your idea of what firewood is supposed to look like, you can bring the most realistic fire to life in your hearth.
No matter the wood style, gas logs are molded from real logs to provide the most realistic appearance possible. Whether you prefer a traditional, charred, or even campfire look, there are plenty of log styles to choose from to create the perfect fire in your hearth.
Gas Log Wood Types
- Most popular wood type in gas log sets.
- Typically found throughout the US and Europe.
- Logs will usually have a medium brown coloration.
- Other coloration options include Red Oak, Golden Oak, Frosted Oak, and more.
- Available in traditional, charred, campfire, and split log styles.
- Offered by all gas log brands.
- Shop Oak Gas Logs.
If you have a fireplace set up to run gas but your décor is a much more modern style, there are modern alternatives to traditional gas logs. These options use glass or shaped refractory ceramics to create a contemporary ambiance in your fireplace.
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