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I have a 3,700 sq. ft. house and would like to change out its existing two-door Napoleon 6000 series insert that is falling apart. I'm not happy with its wood consumption and heat output, and I'd like to get a new insert that sticks out of the wall so I
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 04:13 PM

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While we do carry several large wood burning inserts that have a small ledge, these differ in their installation from the NZ6000. The NZ6000 is a built-in fireplace, which requires wooden framing prior to installation. The inserts are designed to be installed into an existing masonry fireplace and cannot be installed into a framed opening, as they are not insulated as such. Was your current unit modified to be installed in a masonry fireplace or is it framed?

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I have a 3,700 sq. ft. house and would like to change out its existing two-door Napoleon 6000 series insert that is falling apart. I'm not happy with its wood consumption and heat output, and I'd like to get a new insert that sticks out of the wall so I can put a water kettle on it. What is your largest and most efficient wood insert that would meet my needs or close to it?

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