How much does a Mendota fireplace cost?

The cost for a typical gas insert installation ranges from $4,500-$9,000; however, cost varies based on the complexity of your project. We display eight fully operational models of gas inserts from Mendota, Kozy Heat, and American Hearth in our showroom.

Is Mendota a good fireplace?

Mendota fireplaces are among the most efficient in the industry, with fireplace efficiency ratings that range from 70% to 84.2%, depending on the model. Get the low-down on high efficiency by reading our informative fireplace Efficiency Buyer’s Guide to make the most efficient choice when it comes time to buy.

How much gas does a Mendota fireplace use?

The pilot consumes approximately 1,200 BTUs an hour. Your monthly gas bill should include your exact cost per therm (100,000 BTUs). Based on this rate, you can calculate the cost for your area.

Where are Mendota fireplaces made?

Cedar Rapids, IA
Mendota is North America’s Luxury Fireplace company and they are made here in Cedar Rapids, IA! There are many elegant options of gas fireplaces and inserts from traditional to contemporary.

Are gas fireplaces good for heating?

Overall, gas fireplaces are highly efficient when it comes to heating a room. Once a fire has been burning for some time, it’s likely to heat a room rather quickly. The type of gas fireplace you have is likely to affect the fireplace’s ability to heat a room efficiently.

How do you clean the glass on a Mendota fireplace?

Use a cream cleanser like Imperial Gas Fireplace Glass Cleaner. Pour about 2 tablespoons directly on to the glass. Spread the cleaner around using a soft cloth – preferably cotton. Leave the cleaner to sit on the glass until completely dry, this takes about 15 minutes.

Who makes Mendota?

Johnson Gas Appliance Co.
Mendota’s award-winning gas fireplaces, gas fireplace inserts and gas stoves are designed and built by the Mendota® Hearth division of Johnson Gas Appliance Co. For more than 110 years, Johnson Gas has been a leader in gas technologies.

Is gas or wood burning fireplace better for resale?

Wood vs Gas Fireplace Resale Value 54% of real estate agents surveyed by Angie’s List said a gas burning fireplace increase home values most. Conversely, 58% of homeowners and homebuyers surveyed prefer a wood burning fireplace.