A gas fireplace is the heart of the home. A place to unwind, watch TV, entertain and catch up with family. Heat Management technologies allow you to enjoy the fire in comfort and at the same time control the heat. Heat management solutions also give you more interior design flexibility, such as the location of the TV and what kind of wall materials can be installed.

Heatilator offers the widest breadth of heat management solutions and technologies on the market.

Here are the Heat Management solutions we offer:

Heat-Zone® Kit

Draw heat from your fireplace to an adjacent room in your home, up to 20 feet away. When a Heat-Zone kit is run continuously, it can redirect up to 25% of the heat to another area, also reducing wall temperatures above the fireplace. Two Heat-Zones run continuously will redirect up to 50% of the total heat output.

Heat-Zone® Plus Kit*

Bring the warmth from your fireplace to the rest of your home, up to 20 feet away. Place TV 12” above fireplace. No mantel required.*

*NOTE: The Heat-Zone Plus fan will and must run continuously to move the heat away from the area above the fireplace. Also minimum guidelines must be followed:

  • Minimum of 2" gap between the TV and wall at all angles
  • Minimum of 24" to side wall
  • Ambient room temperature 75 degrees or less
  • See TV manufacturer's recommendation for TV operating temperatures
  • Minimum 60" from the top of the fireplace opening to the ceiling

Only available on the Rave Gas Fireplace

Heat Duct Kit

Brings the warmth from your fireplace to the rest of your home, by redistributing heat from the fireplace via the furnace ductwork. When a heat duct is run continuously, it can redirect up to 25% of the heat to another area, also reducing wall temperatures above the fireplace. Two heat ducts run continuously will redirect up to 50% of the total heat output.

Heat Out Kit

Draw heat from your fireplace and direct it outside, up to 25 feet away. When operating continuously on high, it can redirect up to 40% of the heat off the fireplace, also reducing wall temperatures above the fireplace.