The generic term "Heatilator" is used to refer to metal fireplaces with built-in ventilation systems that heat and circulate room air. This type of fireplace, also referred to as a "metal zero-clearance fireplace," was f... More »

Parts for Heatilator heaters are sold only though companies that are authorized as Heatilator distributors and dealers. Customers can find authorized stores in their area by entering their ZIP code into the "Find a Deale... More »

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Heatilator products range from around $300 for a gas fire log insert to around $6,000 for a full sized gas fireplace, as of 2015. Heatilator offers four types of products, which include gas fire logs, gas fireplace inser... More »

Manuals for operating gas fireplaces are usually available on the websites of fireplace manufacturers, as in the cases of Majestic, Heatilator, Regency and Mendota. These manuals are often in PDF format, and are listed a... More »

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Heatilator offers Install and Owner manuals for its products on its website. To access the manuals, choose Install and Owners Manuals from the Owner Resources at the top center of the Heatilator homepage, then select the... More »

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Parts for Heatilator heaters are sold only though companies that are authorized as Heatilator distributors and dealers. Customers can find authorized stores in their area by entering their ZIP code into the "Find a Deale... More »

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Mountain View Hearth Products, Heatilator and Amazon.com are among retailers that offer replacement Heatilator parts, as of 2015. The prices and available inventory vary by retailer. More »

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