The products produced by Grand Canyon Gas Logs craftsman are truly one of a kind. The log process starts with scavenger hunts through the woods searching for that perfect set of logs. Once the perfect logs are discovered the logs are then trimmed to size where our craftsmen begin the casting process. Individual molds are made for each one of the logs and then the raw cast logs are then passed along to our craftsman where the real magic happens.
Each log is hand painted to perfection therefore no two logs will ever be identically alike. The story doesn’t end there as you can read, within each one of our logs collections; each of the collections has a unique story of how the logs came to existence. Lastly a great aspect of Grand Canyon Gas Log’s is that all of our logs and burners are 100% made in America. Our U.S made products give our customers the satisfaction that they are buying from a home grown American company.
Arizona Weathered Oak Gas Logs
Arizona Weathered Oak Gas Logs is Grand Canyon Gas Logs premier set of gas logs. The Arizona Weathered Oak logs are cast from real logs found in nature and then hand painted to bring the natural beauty of the log to life. All of our products tell a story, and the story behind the creation of this set is no different.
Arizona Weathered Oak Charred Gas Logs
Like all other collections created by Grand Canyon Gas Logs craftsmen, these logs are cast from real pieces of wood and then hand painted to perfection. However, this collection has an extra step added into the process. After the front logs are found, our craftsmen notch the center of the log and then set the log on fire. The fire burns through the log creating the most desired charred front. Once the logs are cooled, our craftsmen create the mold capturing the charred ends. This process would not be complete without our artist who brings life back into the cast logs, painting them to create a look as if they were burned in your own fireplace.
Blue Pine Split Gas Logs
Blue Pine Split Gas Logs – Deep from within the Norther Arizona Forest is where the story of the Blue Pine Split begins. Blue Pine is a traditional Arizona Pine full of vegetation and covering the hills and the valleys of the Northern Arizona forest. The Blue Pine gets its name for the infestation of bark beetles that have scavenged the area and reach clear up to Utah and the Rocky Mountains.
Quaking Aspen Gas Logs
Quaking Aspen Gas Logs are part of Grand Canyon Gas Logs three native collections. The Quaking Aspen logs are cast from real logs found in nature and then hand painted to bring to life the natural beauty. Like the Arizona Juniper collection the logs for the Quaking Aspen were discovered in the backwoods of the Northern Arizona Forest.
The name Quaking Aspen comes from the appearance of the Aspen tree when the wind is blowing. The leaves of the tree are attached to the branches with a long petiole; this allows even the faintest of breezes to cause the leaves to flutter. The fluttering effect gives the appearance that the Aspen is “Quaking” or “Trembling” hence the name Quaking Aspen. The detail in the casting and painting by our craftsman are second none.
Grand Canyon Gas Log 2 Burner
These certified burners are tested to withstand the heat and are built to produce heat. The chassis of the burner is built out of 304 stainless steel and have the ability for the gas to flow in on either side of the burner depending on where your gas inlet is located at.
The design of the burner has one main burner in the back and a second burner in the front that also acts as an ember burner. With many different log sets to choose from, Grand Canyon Gas Logs has developed a propriety design that allows for you to raise and lower the back tines depending on the size of your firebox and log style that you choose.