We had two fireplaces in Milwaukee. One was gas and the other wood burning fireplace was converted to gas. We used them all the time - especially since the winter lasts about nine months out of the year! It's the one thing we missed when we moved to DC. So we decided to do something about it and got a Blomus ventless fireplace to put in the perfect corner location of our tiny condo. We only used it one time at the end of the winter season this year and look forward to using it several times this upcoming winter season. And since the heat has not yet been turned on in this 1890's building, it can help warm up the room by five degrees. But we need fuel for our tiny fireplace so we ordered up some e-nrg bioethanol fuel from Amazon. We decided Quart sizes would work the best because one bottle should fill the reservoir and last about 3-4 hours. So now we are prepared for the cold season that is upon us. It's not quite as simple as flipping on the gas fireplace with a remote control, but the ambiance is just about the same. Well, almost!