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My house is oceanfront. There is a window set at a corner angle in the living room. Since the house is light, I could steal part of this window to insert a ribbon linear fireplace in, and put a fixed panel of glass at the top - approx dimension of the
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 28 October 2013 12:56 PM

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This particular appliance is a true insert and must be installed into a pre-existing fireplace. So, unfortunately, it will not work for your application. However, our Empire Loft may be a suitable option. This fireplace (and lost like it) will require full framing for proper installation. To terminate horizontally, the flue will also require a solid 24" of vertical rise prior to turning horizontal. Further, the horizontal termination cannot be installed closer that 12" to a window (fixed or operational). These requirements may serve to make installation with the window difficult.

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My house is oceanfront. There is a window set at a corner angle in the living room. Since the house is light, I could steal part of this window to insert a ribbon linear fireplace in, and put a fixed panel of glass at the top - approx dimension of the window space would be about 7' wide and 10' high ....is this even possible?

From Page: Napoleon GDI-30G Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Insert with Glass Door and Reflective Porcelain Panels - GDI-30GN

Manufacturer's Product Number: GDI-30GN

Our SKU: NPL-GDI-30GN

Page ID: npl-gdi-30gn

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