Wood Stove Insert Questions Answered

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A wood stove insert is a high quality wood burning stove designed to insert into an existing fireplace and chimney. A wood stove insert is really a solid fuel room heater and requires careful positioning within a chimney. This should be done only by a certified installation professional. This type of stove is used simply for heating, and not as a cook stove for cooking food.

The primary reason for installing a wood stove insert rather than a stand alone stove is to utilize an existing fireplace, however there are additional benefits. A stove insert which is installed into an existing brick or stone fireplace will certainly be more efficient than a stand alone unit located within the room. This is due to the insulating qualities of the fireplace materials, assuming the fireplace is an original feature of the building. Remember increased heat efficiency means lower running costs for heating your home.

There are a number of requirements for installing a wood stove insert, most importantly the chimney. It is simply impossible without one. There are different types of chimney, for example sound masonry chimneys or Stainless Steel Class “A” insulated...

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