Wood Heater Performance with the Ease of Gas!


Ever thought of a wood heater running on gas? Heating has never gotten simpler with the Lopi Cypress GS2, using gas but delivering the same wood aesthetics to your living room. The burner technology mimics a freestanding stove. It is effortless to use and features low maintenance. It could have more for you; let’s check it out.

True freestanding small wood heater replacement

The Cypress incorporates the Ember-Fyre burner with a high definition log set and charming dancing flames, so it’s truly the ideal wood-burning stove. The convenience of not needing to source and store wood is a big plus!

It also shares similarities with modern wood stoves in providing warmth in two ways; radiant and convection heat. For radiant heat, it goes off the furnace in straight lines, making it perfect for warming your back on a cold day. On the other hand, convection heat operates like a forced-air furnace, evoking superheated air that will warm the living room and beyond through natural convection.

You may like it because it is better than the woodstove; you can control it from the palm of your hand, from the bathroom, kitchen, or bedroom. Thanks to the GreenSmart 2 remote control, which allows you to set the temperature and thermostat mode. With the Cypress, you can customise unique features, like your preferred flame height; it looks like everything may be possible with this heater. It also has accent lights and six different fan speeds, so more control for you. Don’t you love the superiority that comes with control? We sure do!

Same fireplace, different look

If you thought the modern and sleek Cypress would be grand, but… maybe a different cosmetic look would be better, then the Lopi Greenfield will give you that. The two are identical regarding functionality, but the difference stands in their appearance. The more traditional fireplace design of cast iron Greenfield is an art of clean lines, graceful proportionality and features the old-fashioned cast-iron appeal.

Apart from being a reliable, fast, and efficient heat source, this furniture will complement the other pieces for a luxurious touch and feel. The three-sided glass design of the model and Cypress make them appealing from different room angles so that you can view the dancing flames limitlessly. The sight brings about a sense of relaxation. That’s something we could all use after a hectic day at work or a good day at the beach!

Ease of installation

As you scroll through different stoves, installation is always a crucial factor. Because one thing is for certain; the more complex it is, the higher the cost. The Lopi freestanding gas fireplaces stand high with independence and don’t need an enclosure to be built around them. With this feature comes a few benefits, like the unlimited positioning options, and the ease of installation, significantly reducing the cost.

Additionally, the models have versatile venting options to have the flue running off the top of the unit or directly off the rear if you like.

Advantages of the Lopi Gas Fireplaces

  • Say goodbye to the hustle of sourcing and storing wood!
  • It warms the entire house
  • Control over the flame height, temperature, and the thermostat mode
  • Three-sided glass design
  • Options when it comes to the outlook
  • Unlimited positioning choices
  • Effortless to install
  • Versatile venting options


With the timeless Cypress and Lopi Greenfield gas fireplaces, one can only wonder what the future has in store for us. Incorporating convenience, the epitomes of beauty are perfect for any home design and decor. With all the pros, you could never go wrong settling for any of them.



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