Completely unrelated to cars, but curious what others thoughts are. Completing on a new property this month, needs a bit of work being done to it however as I am replacing the floor, I am installing a few luxuries such as running Cat6 cables throughout and terminating them into faceplates etc. There is a fireplace installed in the front room, which at the present time, has a gas fire in its place, however this is not connected up. So, I have two options, if I keep the gas fire, I need to get the piping completed and led to it prior to tiling for obvious reasons. If I bin the gas fire, I need to drop the pipe back down into the floor boards and cap it. For either of these, I am going to have to pay to get it done due to the whole house insurance and legal side of messing around with gas pipes. Curious what others thoughts would be - rip out the gas fire and reconvert it back to a log fire (no idea if the chimney is open or not), or keep the gas fire. Personally, I love real fires. What you guys think?