Empire Loft Series Vent-Free Fireplaces & Burners
Rated at 20,000 BTU input, the 99-percent efficient Loft Fireplace will quickly warm your living space – and grab your attention. A 10,000 BTU model is also available for bedroom applications where allowed by local codes.
Finish your fireplace installation with one of Empire’s two distinctive decorative fronts. The ultra-clean frameless tempered glass front features rounded and polished edges and a silkscreened black border. With its minimally visible hardware the glass pane “floats” in front of the fireplace.
Loft Fireplace Accessories
The Loft Fireplace interior and burner top are finished in rich gloss black to reflect the flames and create unique looks from every viewing angle. Add decorative glass – in Black Polished Blue Clear, or Clear Frost – to conceal the burner and instantly change the character of your fireplace.
When a traditional fireplace would seem out of place, the Loft Series of contemporary burners compliment the unique décor you worked so hard to achieve. The Loft Series Burner installs in any certified vent-free firebox or masonry fireplace to help complete your artistic statement. It operates as a vent-free system for heating or can be installed in a vented fireplace to provide the ambiance of a fire but without the heat. The Loft Series Burners are ideal when installed in Empire’s Deluxe Vent-Free Fireboxes – available in three sizes (32-inch, 36-inch and 42-inch) each in traditional louver front or flush front models. To compliment the new Loft Series Burners, an optional polished black or stainless steel liner – exclusive to the Deluxe Firebox – creates the perfect setting.
Your Loft Series Burner arrives finished in lustrous matte black. Decorative accessory tops – available in polished black and brushed stainless steel – install in minutes without tools to instantly change the look and character of your fireplace.
Empire also offers three styles of decorative glass to conceal the burner and create the illusion of flame floating above a reflective field. All of the glass starts as tempered panes that are shattered, screened for the proper particle size, and tumbled to minimize sharp edges.