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Freestanding Stove Through Pitched Ceiling Measurements Guide

Stove through CeilingIf you’re installing a freestanding stove in a room with a pitched ceiling, this guide will help you figure out the stove pipe and chimney pipe lengths needed! We’ve narrowed in on all of the measurements you’ll need to gather. With these measurements, you can put together a parts list on our website or send the measurements off to us and one of our Certified Technicians will send you a parts list!

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Freestanding Stove Through Flat Ceiling Measurements Guide

Stove through CeilingIf you’re installing a freestanding stove in a room with a flat ceiling, this guide will help you figure out the stove pipe and chimney pipe lengths needed! We’ve narrowed in on all of the measurements you’ll need to gather. With these measurements, you can put together a parts list on our website or send the measurements off to us and one of our Certified Technicians will send you a parts list!

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Stove Inside Masonry Wood Fireplace Measurements Guide

Stove in FireplaceIf you’re installing a freestanding stove inside a traditional wood burning masonry fireplace, this guide will help you tremendously! We’ve narrowed in on all of the measurements you’ll need to gather. With these measurements, you can put together a parts list on our website or send the measurements off to us and one of our Certified Technicians will send you a parts list!

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Stove to Masonry Chimney Thimble Measurements Guide

Thimble to StoveIf you’re installing a freestanding wood stove to connect to a masonry thimble to the chimney, this guide will help you tremendously! We’ve narrowed in on all of the measurements you’ll need to gather. With these measurements, you can put together a parts list on our website or send the measurements off to us and one of our Certified Technicians will send you a parts list!

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Too Short of a Chimney May Cause Too Much Concern

Short ChimneyChimneys and fireplaces have a long history of heating humanity in the cold winter months. The height of the chimney is very important when it comes to the functionality of the heating appliance or fireplace. However, some chimneys like the one pictured here bares concern of not just functionality problems but also safety hazards. While traditional fireplaces are aesthetically pleasing, it is crucial that they are constructed up to code.

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How to Stop a Drafty Fireplace | Solve Fireplace Draft Issues

Drafty Fireplace inside HomeFor centuries, homeowners have been using fireplaces to heat their homes. Wood is the oldest fuel used to heat residential homes. In this day and age, people have found alternative ways to heat their homes, from oil fired boilers, natural gas furnaces, propane heaters and electric baseboard heaters. Fireplaces are now used for nothing more than being aesthetically pleasing. Fireplaces have turned into a place where heating and cooling is lost. There are ways to reduce the energy loss, it’s just a matter of what you want out of our fireplace.

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