Posted: April 8, 2024

How Much Propane Does A Gas Fireplace Use?

A look at what you can expect to use

gas fireplace Angier, NC If you are a propane gas fireplace user, you are probably pretty familiar with how your fireplace works and functions. You’re most likely able to turn it on and off and maximize using it. But that does not necessarily mean that you are familiar with how much propane your gas fireplace actually uses.

The amount of propane your gas fireplace uses

It probably goes without saying that the amount of propane that is used for a gas fireplace varies and differs from home to home. Multiple factors impact this number such as how often you use your fireplace and how large your home is.

However, you can generally safely estimate that each 100,000 BTUs on a gas fireplace uses about a gallon of propane. So a 50,000 BTU gas fireplace will need about a gallon of propane for every two hours that it is on and being used.

Benefits of propane gas fireplaces

If you don’t currently use a propane gas fireplace in your home, you may be curious as to why a homeowner would opt to use one. The fact of the matter is that there are many benefits to using a propane gas fireplace. Let’s take a look at some of them:

Propane gas fireplaces from KB Johnson Oil & Gas Co.

If you are looking for a propane gas fireplace or gas logs for your Central North Carolina home, KB Johnson Oil & Gas Co. can help! Visit our showroom to check our selection that includes major brands such as Monesson, Real Frye Peterson, Heatmaster and Empire.

Once you’ve selected the fireplace you want, we can handle installing it too!

Let KB Johnson Oil & Gas Co. help keep you warm and comfortable all winter long with a propane gas fireplace. Contact us today to learn more!