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Freestanding Gas Stoves Warm the Hearth & Heart: Ashbusters Nashville Can Set Up Yours

We sell and install a long list of quality gas stoves from trusted brands like Regency and Hearthstone. Our qualified techs can help you find the perfect model for your space, then offer our expert services to ensure everything is installed correctly and operating efficiently and safely. For gas stove installation near Nashville, there’s no better crew to rely on.

Or, if it’s not a gas stove you’re after, check out the many other fireplace products we can happily get installed for you.

Ready to get started on your journey to efficient heating? Count on us. Call 615-459-2546 or reach out to us online today.


Regency Classic™ C34 Small Gas Stove

Regency Ultimate™ U39 Medium Gas Stove

Regency Ultimate™ U38 Medium Gas Stove

Valor Madrona Traditional Free Standing Series

Valor Madrona Contemporary Free Standing Series

Valor Portrait President Free Standing Series

Valor Portrait Life Free Standing Series


Bristol DX 8762 Gas Stove
Heats up to: 1800 Square Feet
Burn Rate Range :
16,000 – 36,000 BTUs (NG)
16,000 – 33,000 BTUs (LP)
Steady State Efficiency:
79% (NG) 74% (LP)
EnerGuide Rating: 80%
ProFlame Ignition System: Split Burner System Standard
Built-In “On-Remote-Off” Switch: Yes
Screen Kit Included: Safety Screen Kit (2 side/ 1 front)

Sterling DV 8532 Gas Stove
Heats up to: Up to 1,800 sq. ft.
Burn Rate Range:
12,000 – 38,000 BTUs/hr. (NG)
12,000 – 38,000 BTUs/hr. (LP)
Steady State Efficiency:
81% (NG) 83% (LP)
EnerGuide Rating: 74%

Champlain 8301 Gas Stove
Heats up to: Up to 1,800 sq. ft.
Burn Rate Range:
21,500 – 35,000 BTUs/hr. (NG)
21,500 – 35,000 BTUs/hr. (LP)
Steady State Efficiency:
77% (NG) 72% (LP)
EnerGuide Rating: 63.10%

Tucson DX 8702 Gas Stove
Heats up to: 1200 Square Feet
Burn Rate Range:
18,000 – 26,000 BTU/hr. (NG)
21,600 – 25,000 BTU/hr. (LP)
Steady State Efficiency:
70% (NG) 77% (LP)
EnerGuide Rating: 61%
ProFlame Ignition System: Split Burner System Standard
Built-In “On-Remote-Off” Switch: Yes

Stowe DX 8322 Gas Stove
Heats up to: 1,200 sq. ft.
Burn Rate Range:
18,000 – 26,000 BTUs/hr. (NG)
21,600 – 25,000 BTUs/hr. (LP)
Steady State Efficiency:
70% (NG) 77% (LP)
EnerGuide Rating: 61%
ProFlame Ignition System: Standard
Built-In “On-Remote-Off” Switch: Yes
Screen Kit Included: Yes

Tribute DV 8050 Gas Stove
Heats up to: Up to 900 sq. ft.
Burn Rate Range:
10,400 – 18,000 BTUs/hr. (NG)
10,400 – 17,500 BTUs/hr. (LP)
Steady State Efficiency:
77% (NG) 76% (LP)
EnerGuide Rating: 66.3%
Built-In “On-Remote-Off” Switch: Standard
Screen Kit Included: Yes

Bari DV 8180 Gas Stove
Heats up to: Up to 1,300 sq. ft.
Burn Rate Range:
15,000 – 26,500 BTUs (NG)
15,000 – 26,500 BTUs (LP)
Steady State Efficiency:
74% (NG) 76% (LP)
EnerGuide Rating: 55.76%
Remote Control Thermostat: Included

Modena 8140 Gas Stove
Heats up to: Up to 1,300 sq. ft.
Burn Rate Range:
16,000 – 26,500 BTUs/hr. (NG)
15,000 – 26,500 BTUs/hr. (LP)
Steady State Efficiency: 74-80%
EnerGuide Rating:
73% (NG) 78% (LP)
Remote Control Thermostat: Included

Luno 8160 Gas Stove
Heats up to: Up to 1,300 sq. ft.
Burn Rate Range:
16,000 – 26,500 (NG)
15,000 – 26,500 (LP)
Steady State Efficiency:
77% (NG) 77% (LP)
EnerGuide Rating: 64.28%
Remote Control Thermostat: Included

What Is a Freestanding Gas Stove?

A freestanding gas stove is a standalone heating appliance that uses natural gas or propane to produce flames and provide heat. Unlike traditional wood-burning stoves, gas stoves offer the convenience of instant and adjustable heat – without the need for hauling messy wood fuel.

Here are some key characteristics, features, and benefits of gas freestanding stoves:

  • Freestanding Design: Like we said, gas stoves are not built into a wall or fireplace structure. They are standalone units that can be placed in various locations within a room. In fact, this placement flexibility is a big draw for many homeowners!
  • Heating Efficiency: These stoves are designed to efficiently generate heat for the space they occupy – much better than that of an open fireplace, for sure. They may also come with controls, allowing users to adjust the intensity of the flames and heat produced.
  • Venting Options: Many gas freestanding stoves use a direct venting system, which involves venting the combustion gases outside through a chimney or a dedicated vent pipe, but some models are vent-free, meaning they do not require a chimney or external vent.
  • Realistic Flames: Gas stoves often feature realistic flame patterns, providing the ambiance and aesthetic appeal of a traditional wood-burning stove. Some models even include logs or other decorative elements to enhance the visual experience.
  • Convenient Controls: These stoves typically come with user-friendly controls, allowing users to easily adjust flame height, heat output, and other settings. Some models may also offer remote control for added convenience.
  • Decorative Elements: Gas stoves are designed with various decorative elements to enhance the overall look of the appliance and personalize it to your tastes. This includes features like glass doors, metallic finishes, and detailing that mimics the appearance of a traditional stove.
  • Placement Versatility: Freestanding gas stoves are very versatile in terms of placement. They can be installed in living rooms, bathrooms, bedrooms, or other spaces where a full-blown fireplace setup wouldn’t be otherwise possible.
  • Efficient & Clean-Burning: Gas stoves burn cleanly and efficiently, producing minimal emissions compared to traditional wood-burning stoves. This makes them an environmentally friendly and low-maintenance heating option.

All in all, gas stoves provide a balance of functionality and aesthetics, offering homeowners a convenient and stylish heating solution for countless living spaces and areas. If one of these sounds like the perfect fit for your living space, reach out to our certified, experienced, and knowledgeable chimney technicians today. We’d love to help you along this journey!

Simply dial 615-459-2546 or fill out our online scheduling form now.

What’s the Difference Between a Gas Stove & a Gas Fireplace Insert?

While both gas inserts and gas stoves provide efficient and convenient heating solutions, they differ in their installation, design, and intended use. Here are the key distinctions between a gas insert and a gas stove.

Freestanding Gas Stove

  • As the name implies, these are freestanding and can be placed in various locations within a room or household.
  • They do not need an existing fireplace to function and can be vented through a wall or ceiling.
  • Many design options resemble that of a traditional wood-burning stove. It’s easy to find the perfect fit for your style, providing an idyllic focal point in the room.
  • There are different venting options, including direct venting (vented through an exterior wall) or vent-free models (which do not require a chimney). The choice depends on the stove model and the homeowner’s preference.
  • They are a stand-alone heating solution and are suitable for spaces without an existing fireplace. They can be placed in various locations for both functional heating and decorative purposes.
  • Freestanding installation may involve connecting the stove to a gas line and venting system. Installation can be more straightforward compared to a gas insert.

Gas Fireplace (Stove) Insert

  • These are designed to be inserted into an existing wood-burning fireplace to enhance efficiency and maximize heat output.
  • These may have a glass front that allows a view of the flames – and is often customizable to match the home’s decor
  • As with stoves, there are different venting options, including direct venting through the wall, venting through the existing chimney, or vent-free options.
  • Installation involves fitting the insert into the existing fireplace and connecting it to the appropriate venting system. This should always be completed by a professional.
  • These are primarily used to convert and upgrade an existing wood-burning fireplace to a more efficient and cleaner gas-burning option.

Understanding these differences can help homeowners choose the option that best suits their heating needs, existing infrastructure, and aesthetic preferences. Need help managing your options and figuring out the best path forward? Our team of experts is here to help. Give us a call or book online now.

How Do Gas Stoves Vent?

Vented gas fireplace systems – be it a stove, fireplace, or insert – require some type of ventilation to remove the combustion byproducts that are created when the gas is burned. There are two main types of venting systems for gas appliances – direct vent and natural vent.

  • Direct Vent Gas Fireplaces: Direct vent gas fireplaces are designed to be vented directly through an exterior wall using a special venting system that pulls fresh air in from outside to fuel the fire, then expels the combustion byproducts back outside. Direct vent systems are highly efficient and don’t require a chimney, making them a popular choice for homeowners who don’t have an existing chimney in place.
  • Natural Vent Gas Fireplaces: Natural vent gas fireplaces use a traditional chimney to vent the combustion byproducts outside. The chimney provides the draft needed to pull the smoke and other byproducts out of the home. Natural vent systems are less efficient than direct vent systems, as they rely on the natural draft of the chimney to work properly. They are also not as popular as direct vent systems because they require an existing chimney or the installation of a new one.

Needless to say, a freestanding vented gas stove would need to utilize a direct vent option. If you have an existing fireplace, though, and would like to discuss the option of a gas stove insert, we’d be happy to explore that path and figure out which system would be best for your needs and setup.

Are There Ventless Gas Stove Options?

Yes, there are ventless gas stove options available. Ventless, or vent-free, gas stoves operate without the need for a traditional chimney or external venting system. Instead, they use a technology called catalytic combustion to burn gas cleanly and release heat into the room.

Some key perks and benefits of ventless gas stoves include:

  • No external venting. Obviously, ventless gas stoves are designed to be installed without the need for a chimney, flue, or external vent. This makes them a more flexible option for various living spaces.
  • Very efficient heating. Ventless gas stoves are known for their high heating efficiency – more so than vented options, even – as they release a significant portion of the heat generated directly back into the room.
  • Safety sensors. To ensure safety, most ventless gas stoves are equipped with an Oxygen Depletion Sensor (ODS). This sensor monitors the oxygen levels in the room and automatically shuts off the gas if oxygen levels become too low, ensuring a lowered risk of carbon monoxide exposure.
  • Easy installation process. Since ventless gas stoves do not require complex venting systems, they are generally easier to install compared to vented stoves. However, it’s crucial to follow the manufacturer’s installation guidelines and invest in professional assistance to ensure safer operation.

All that said, while ventless gas stoves offer a lot of advantage, there are some downsides to keep in mind.

  • Ventless gas stoves release water vapor into the room as a byproduct of combustion. This can contribute to increased indoor humidity, and it makes it essential to ensure proper ventilation in the space.
  • Not all areas allow ventless gas appliance options. Check your local building codes and regulations, as ventless gas appliances may be restricted or not allowed where you live.
  • They aren’t a good match for all spaces. Ventless gas stoves are better suited for well-ventilated spaces, and the size of the stove should be appropriate for the room it is intended to heat.

All in all, just like with any other new home product, before purchasing a ventless gas stove, carefully review the product specifications, user manual, and safety features to ensure it meets your heating needs and complies with safety standards in your area. And if you have questions, you know who to call on – the Ashbusters crew! We’re here to help.

Can I Use My Freestanding Gas Stove During a Power Outage?

The ability to use a freestanding gas stove during a power outage depends on the specific model of the stove. Some freestanding gas stoves are designed to operate without electricity, making them suitable for use when the power is out. However, it’s essential to check the features and specifications of the particular stove you are considering, as not all gas stoves have this capability.

How does this work?

Gas stoves that can operate without electricity typically have a standing pilot light or other ignition method that doesn’t rely on electrical power. Additionally, the controls for flame height and heat output may be manual or operated by battery power, allowing you to adjust the stove’s settings even during a power outage.

Note: If using a gas stove during a power outage, it’s crucial to follow safety guidelines provided by the manufacturer. And keep in mind that, while the stove itself may operate without electricity, other components such as fans or blowers (if equipped) may not function during a power outage.

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