INTRIGUE® 36MV
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You can download the owner’s manual HERE.

7-Piece High Definition Logs
STANDARD EQUIPMENT

The Intrigue® 36 Gas Fireplace comes standard with a matte black interior finish and a beautiful 7-piece logs set.

You can customize the look of your Intrigue 36 to fit your home. You have the option to upgrade the exterior look with a Decorative Front (available for 2019) and also upgrade the firebox look using one of the four beautiful Interior Finishes.

The Intrigue 36MV requires absolutely no electricity to operate. No need for batteries either! This radiant gas fireplace is self-sufficient and generates its own power to operate the gas valve.

There is a convection fan offered as optional as well as an array of remote controls and wall thermometers should you want to use these to operate your Intrigue 36MV gas fireplace.

Take a look at the Energuide efficiency as it boasts 70.46% rating! It is one of the top efficient in its class!

Choose what fits best for you:

  • Easy On/off Manual Operation Wall Switch
  • Wall Thermostat Control Easy to Set Up
  • Programmable Thermostatic Wireless Remote Control
  • Simple On/Off Remote Control

The Optional Convection Fan provides an efficient way to move warm air across the room where the fireplace sits. It can be set to run automatically or manually and produces 150-cfm of air movement.

OPTIONAL FEATURES
Red Brick

Bricks

Ledge Stones

Matte Black

Tinted Mirrored Glass

Grooved

2-inch Surround Trim with Screen

Clean-Edged Trim with Screen

Basic Screen no Trim

Crafstmen

Citadel

Novel

Trim Options for the Novel Front

Textured Black

English Pewter

Forged Iron

Coppersmith

Burnished Copper

Burnished Bronze

American Mahogany

Honey Maple

Redwood

Silver Birch

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