Freedom Flex Venting was the first thing that came to mind, when talking about great solutions for installing a vented gas fireplace. Flex Vent is a great alternative to the standard rigid style venting, but it turns out a lot of people don’t know what Flex Vent is. Learn what flex vent is, and how it can benefit your next fireplace install.
Adaptable and Simple
Flex Vent is easy to install, and there are fewer pieces and connections needed when put together. It allows an installer to work around obstacles without multiple parts and crazy joints or connectors. Unlike rigid venting, Napoleon’s Freedom Flex Vent will flow around walls or other obstacles, completing an install without a hassle. This takes half the time, and leads to reduced labor costs as well. Using Flex Vent, a fireplace will be less likely to spring a leak in the venting during future use.
- 6 pieces
- 6 joints
- 20 pieces
- 34 joints
- 82% chance of performance problems
A “flexible” Design
If the positioning of your fireplace needs to be tweaked and toggled for design purposes, Flex Vent can bend or stretch to new angles and adjust accordingly. For added convenience, these vents are lightweight and are available in lengths from 5 to 10 feet, and can be compressed for compact storage and transport, not to mention easy handling.
Flex Vent is made from two layers of rolled aluminum, for versatile installation. Freedom Flex Vent was designed to withstand the high heat and vapors created from having a beautiful fire. And with proven durability for 25 years, Freedom Flex has exceeded industry standards after passing each and every certification test available.
Flex venting is a low maintenance solution, will benefit a new fireplace install for both long and short term. If you’re feeling inspired, have a look at our large selection of gas fireplaces.
Flex Vent Benefits
- Cost effective
- Preferred choice among installers, easy to install
- 100% aluminum material
- Flexes to move around wall joist or obstacles(less time, money, and equipment)
- Flex vent can compress down to 1/3 of its full length- more compact than rigid
Check out our video for a demonstration on flex vent!