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Wood Stove

Wood Stove

Wood stoves are a freestanding wood fireplace that can act as the sole heat source for many homes – even in the harshest climates. Wood burning stoves can produce very large amounts of heat and heat very large spaces.

Typically, wood stoves are installed according to manufacturer clearances and are required to be installed either on a concrete slab or hearth pad. Wood stoves are vented vertically with double walled pipe that goes up and out of the home.

Wood Insert

Wood Insert

Wood Inserts are sealed fireboxes that are inserted or placed inside an existing masonry fireplace. They use the existing masonry as framing and the chimney to run venting – keeping installation costs low and fully utilizing existing structures.

Wood fireplace inserts turn old inefficient open fireplaces into highly efficient heating systems. Wood inserts will typically be used with a blower to push the warm air even further into the home.

Masonry Fireplace

Masonry Fireplace

Masonry built fireplaces are usually constructed of brick or stone with fireboxes made of the same material, creating a solid barrier between the fireplace and construction materials. Generally the firebox has little to no metal, and may or may not have doors.

Open fireplaces are highly inefficient for heating, produce lots of smoke and particulate matter, and can vent noxious gases or smells into your home.

Pellet Stove

Pellet Stove

A pellet stove is an appliance that burns compressed wood or biomass pellets to create a source of heat. By steadily feeding fuel from a storage container into a burn pot area, it produces a constant flame that requires little to no physical adjustments.

Pellet Insert

Pellet Insert

Pellet stove inserts are legless pellet stoves. Unlike free-standing models that sit on a pedestal or legs, a pellet stove insert is designed to fit inside a fireplace opening. Some inserts have a blower that pushes the hot air back into the room through front vents.

Zero Clearance Fireplace

Zero Clearance Fireplace

Zero-clearance fireplaces are pre-manufactured fireplaces that can be installed almost directly against combustible materials like wood, walls, or paneling. The construction and materials of the firebox do not allow the outside temperatures of the firebox to affect the combustible materials.

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