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All Lennox Gas Stove & Fireplace Replacement Parts & Accessories All Lennox Gas Stove & Fireplace Replacement Parts & Accessories

Browse through our large selection of Lennox gas stove and fireplace replacement parts such as fireplace blowers, thermocouples, pilot assemblies, gas valves and remote controls.


Lennox is one of the largest manufactures for gas products. And we are pleased to join forces to supply our customers with top quality blowers, valves, pilot assemblies, thermocouples, and much more. Free shipping on any order that is over $199!

About Lennox Products

Did you know that in 2012, Lennox Hearth Products merged with another company called FMI to form Innovative Hearth Products (IHP)? This doesn’t affect your experience with Lennox products — we just thought you’d like to know in case you’re looking up Lennox online and coming up short. In 2000, Lennox Industries, a manufacturer of residential and industrial HVAC systems for over 100 years, began producing gas/wood/pellet stoves, fireplaces, and inserts in Nashville, TN and introduced a new division called Lennox Hearth Products. Using their deep knowledge and experience of home heating systems, Lennox Hearth Products produced energy-efficient fireplaces and stoves in a variety of product styles from rustic to contemporary.

Types of Lennox Gas Stove Parts We Sell

If you’re looking for a replacement Lennox fireplace blower or another broken part, you’ve come to the right place.

Here are a few of the Astria fireplace parts we sell online:

  • Lennox Convection Blowers
  • Valves
  • Lennox thermocouple and thermopile
  • Lennox fan kit
  • Remotes
  • Gas Conversion Kits
  • Gas Stove Valves
  • Blower Kits
  • Fireplace Accessories Such as Volcanic Stone and Ash
  • Pilot Assemblies
  • Cast Iron Pannels
  • Glass Door Replacements
  • Thermostat
  • Replacement Wire Kits

Brighten Up Your Hearth with Fireplace Accessories

Nothing beats the ambiance and warmth of flickering flames on a chilly night. You’ve probably chosen a gas-powered fireplace for its low-maintenance and convenience. While today’s gas-powered fireplaces are more realistic looking than ever before, sometimes a few fireplace accessories can increase the appeal and aesthetics of your hearth. Consider adding volcanic stone to create the look of burning embers, or vermiculite ash to recreate the look of real burning logs.

Safety Tips for Gas-Powered Fireplaces and Stoves

A gas fireplace or stove is a great addition to any home, providing warmth, comfort, and character. To prevent injuries and keep your home safe, read on for a few safety tips: Use a safety screen. Safety screens provide an extra barrier between the hot fireplace and young children and pets that often get burned by being too close. Keep flammables away. This includes combustible household cleaners and any draperies or furniture.

As a best practice, a perimeter of at least two feet should be kept around the fireplace, clear of household items. Watch out for glass cracks. Over time, or with accidental contact or the wrong glass cleaning products, cracks may develop on the fireplace glass door. Don’t use your fireplace if it has developed cracks until it has been inspected by a certified technician.