Boulevard Linear Fireplaces provide the perfect scale for today's large spaces - from a spacious family room to a hotel lobby to an upscale restaurant.
Tailor the Boulevard fireplace to suit your taste, starting with an elegant porcelain black liner that goes well with any decor or opt for an industrial chic look with the Ridgeback liner - a one-piece corrugated metal liner finished in distressed bronze. The fully recessed burner fills the fireplace with lively flames- up to 52,500 Btu (Nat)/50,000 Btu (LP) for the DVLL72. The Boulevard 72 (52,500 Btu Nat and 50,000 Btu LP) comes with an additional wall-mounted two-button control to operate the stunning multi-color LED lighting system. Style your fireplace with crushed glass only, or add one of two available log sets- the contemporary Driftwood set or the traditional Rustic set of logs, rocks, and coils.
1. Why am I required to purchase an interior panel and glass media with the fireplace at additional cost?
The fireplace is designed for use with both of these items. Without them, your fireplace would not function correctly and would look incomplete. These items are an additional cost to allow you to choose which look you like best.
2. How will the fireplace be delivered? Will the delivery driver bring it into my house?
All fireplaces are delivered via freight (tractor trailer truck) to the specified street address you provide us, we do provide free lift gate service with all freight deliveries. The delivery driver is only responsible for unloading the items from the truck, not to move them anywhere. For more information on the delivery process visit ourFAQ page.
3. The picture shows logs and stones, are those included?
The log and stone kits are NOT included and are optional accessories designed to enhance the look of your fireplace. You can find them and other media kits on the accessories page.
Does it have a comfort kit for heat distribution behind the wall? How close can a tv be hung over the fp?
The Boulevard 72 has an optional variable speed dual blower that can be installed in the fireplace and moves heat out into the room it's installed in, but it doesn't have an external heat distribution option. For a TV, there are no specific guidelines as the manufacturer does not recommend it. If you do want to install a TV above the fireplace, we recommend installing as large a mantel as possible and giving as much space between the fireplace opening and the TV as possible. There are other models, like the Napoleon Vector 74, that have heat control options and can have a TV installed above them without the need for a mantel.