Napoleon's Ascent 36 is so versatile it can be installed almost anywhere! The shallow depth, at less than 16", allows for installations where space is limited. The clean face design maximizes the viewing area so your new pride and joy is thoroughly enjoyed.
1. Do I need to purchase a panel or trim kit with the fireplace?
No, these are optional accessories to enhance the look of the B36. The fireplace can be purchased without adding any additional features, although most customers prefer to add a panel and trim kit to complete the look and feel of the installation.
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 our FAQ page.
3. The picture shows logs, are those included?
Yes, the logs are included with the B36. You can find optional accessories on the B36 Accessories page.
4. How is the fireplace vented?
The B36 is typically vented using Napoleon 4x7 venting components, you can find them here. If you need help designing the venting system let us know with an email or a phone call and we can assemble a custom solution for your situation. Head over to our Learning Center for how-to videos about the flex vent system and more.
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Yes, the fireplace will be able to operate if the power goes out. There are two different types of ignition, millivolt ignition and electronic ignition and we have a detailed explination of the two on our FAQ's page (click here). A millivolt ignition fireplace uses the power generated by the pilot flame to operate the main burner so does not require any power from the building (unless used for blowers or other accessories). An electronic ignition fireplace does use power from the building to ignite the pilot and turn on the main burner and if the power goes out, there is a battery backup system which can be used to operate the fireplace. Thanks for your question!