The Langley 36– Direct Vent Linear Gas Fireplace
The Langley 36 – Builders’ Linear Gas Fireplace
The Langley 36 is a true linear gas fireplace available at builder pricing. This unit might be shallow but this fireplace gives you all the advantages and beauty of our linear electric fireplaces.
At only 8 3/4” deep the langley is one of the shallowest linear units on the market.
Excellent choice for new home construction and renovations.
Featuring borosilicate glass that will not shatter and can tolerate the heat produced from the stainless steel burner.
- Shallow depth design
- Linear style burner
- Borosilicate black glass kit
- 8-3/4” deep for framing
- 15,500 BTU
- Non-combustible board
- 45 degree vent off the back of unit
- Basic remote control with receiver – Standing pilot
- Basic remote control – Electronic ignition
- Basic trim & safety barrier (Required)
- Termination kit (Required)
- 3” & 6” Venting
- True clean face design
- 15,500 BTU
- Electronic ignition
- Borosilicate glass
- 45 degree vent off the back of the unit
- Black reflective fire glass media
- Deluxe digital remote control
- Fan kit
- Modulating valve
Complimentary – 6 Piece Design Media Kit
Free for a limited time! Purchase a Langley 36 fireplace and receive a Deluxe 6 piece log set with designer decorative media including stones, pebbles and ’embers’.
- Extra decorative rock media – 3 piece set
- Design Specialties Overlays
- Natural Gas
Glass Viewing Area
- 12” H x 29-1/2” W
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