I'm trying to decide between a woodburning insert or a small wood, or pellet stove that could use my chimney and sit on the hearth. Which is my best option?
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 02:46 PM

Our Answer:

If you have a masonry/brick fireplace, you can install a woodburning insert. To see our full selection, please see below: Wood Burning Fireplace Inserts All of our models require a 6" diameter stainless steel liner to be connected to the insert, run up the entire chimney to the top. We do also offer freestanding wood stoves and pellet stoves, which you can see below: Wood Burning Stoves Pellet Burning Wood Stoves These models would also require venting to run up your existing chimney.

From Section Page: Stove Pipe

ID: stove-pipe

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