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Flame Monaco XTD EPA Zero Clearance Wood Burning Fireplace

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  • Maximum BTU Output: 75000
  • Large 2.5 cubic foot fireplace receives large logs, generates a lot of heat, and provides great viewing pleasure
  • Double doors have cast iron frames
  • Uses internal air wash system to keep glass clean
  • Overall Dimensions:  36 in. W x 26 in. D x 38 in. H
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Venting Components

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DuraTech All-Fuel Chimney Pipe Masonry and Zero-Clearance Fireplace Anchor Plate - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-AP
DuraTech All-Fuel Chimney Pipe Masonry and Zero-Clearance Fireplace Anchor Plate - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-AP
This anchor plate will secure chimney pipes with a six inch diameter. This plate is used with all fuel chimney pipe masonry applications and zero clearance applications. This Dura Tech product is designed with Dura Tech double wall chimney pipe systems for wood stoves, fireplaces, furnaces, boilers, hot water heaters. This is to anchor the double wall pipe with outer walls of stainless steel and inner wall of galvalume. Manufactured by Dura Tech it features a limited lifetime warranty.


List Price: $79.99    Sale Price: $58.07
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DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe - 6-Inch Length
DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe - 6-Inch Length
This chimney liner pipe by DuraTech is made of double wall construction and is considered all-fuel-to be used with wood, oil, coal, and gas appliances. The stainless steel outer wall is made from .016 in. stainless steel, and the inner wall is made from .020 in. stainless steel. This chimney pipe is also insulated by a layer of ceramic refractory blanket, and comes with the secure Twist-lock connection technology. This pipe provides 2 in. clearance to combustibles and is designed with a 6 in. inner diameter and an 8 in. outer diameter.


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DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe - 12-Inch Length
DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe - 12-Inch Length
This chimney liner pipe by DuraTech is made of double wall construction and is considered all-fuel-to be used with wood, oil, coal, and gas appliances. The stainless steel outer wall is made from .016 in. stainless steel, and the inner wall is made from .020 in. stainless steel. This chimney pipe is also insulated by a layer of ceramic refractory blanket, and comes with the secure Twist-lock connection technology. This pipe provides 2 in. clearance to combustibles and is designed with a 6 in. inner diameter and an 8 in. outer diameter.


List Price: $89.99    Sale Price: $68.60
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DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe - 18-Inch Length
DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe - 18-Inch Length
This chimney liner pipe by DuraTech is made of double wall construction and is considered all-fuel-to be used with wood, oil, coal, and gas appliances. The stainless steel outer wall is made from .016 in. stainless steel, and the inner wall is made from .020 in. stainless steel. This chimney pipe is also insulated by a layer of ceramic refractory blanket, and comes with the secure Twist-lock connection technology. This pipe provides 2 in. clearance to combustibles and is designed with a 6 in. inner diameter and an 8 in. outer diameter.


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DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe - 24-Inch Length
DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe - 24-Inch Length
This chimney liner pipe by DuraTech is made of double wall construction and is considered all-fuel-to be used with wood, oil, coal, and gas appliances. The stainless steel outer wall is made from .016 in. stainless steel, and the inner wall is made from .020 in. stainless steel. This chimney pipe is also insulated by a layer of ceramic refractory blanket, and comes with the secure Twist-lock connection technology. This pipe provides 2 in. clearance to combustibles and is designed with a 6 in. inner diameter and an 8 in. outer diameter.


List Price: $169.99    Sale Price: $131.40
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DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe - 36-Inch Length
DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe - 36-Inch Length
This chimney liner pipe by DuraTech is made of double wall construction and is considered all-fuel-to be used with wood, oil, coal, and gas appliances. The stainless steel outer wall is made from .016 in. stainless steel, and the inner wall is made from .020 in. stainless steel. This chimney pipe is also insulated by a layer of ceramic refractory blanket, and comes with the secure Twist-lock connection technology. This pipe provides 2 in. clearance to combustibles and is designed with a 6 in. inner diameter and an 8 in. outer diameter.


List Price: $219.99    Sale Price: $173.85
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DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe - 48-Inch Length
DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe - 48-Inch Length
This chimney liner pipe by DuraTech is made of double wall construction and is considered all-fuel-to be used with wood, oil, coal, and gas appliances. The stainless steel outer wall is made from .016 in. stainless steel, and the inner wall is made from .020 in. stainless steel. This chimney pipe is also insulated by a layer of ceramic refractory blanket, and comes with the secure Twist-lock connection technology. This pipe provides 2 in. clearance to combustibles and is designed with a 6 in. inner diameter and an 8 in. outer diameter.


List Price: $279.99    Sale Price: $222.67
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6 Inch Diameter x 60 Inch Long Section of DuraTech Factory Built Stainless Steel Chimney Length
6 Inch Diameter x 60 Inch Long Section of DuraTech Factory Built Stainless Steel Chimney Length
If you chose a DuraTech chimney liner, you're going with one of the most durable, flexible chimney liners available. This 6' Diameter x 60" long section of DuraVent DuraTech factory-built chimney liner is tested and listed to UL 103HT Standard for wood, oil, coal, and gas. DuraVent DuraTech is noted for its easy twist lock connections, light weight ThermaTech blanket insulation, and very user-friendly accessories. This five foot section is popular because it can save you money and create an installation with fewer joints.


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Dura-Vent DuraTech 6 Inch Diameter 14 to 21 Inch Long Adjustable Pipe
Dura-Vent DuraTech 6 Inch Diameter 14 to 21 Inch Long Adjustable Pipe
If you chose DirectTech to complete your pipe length system, you made the right choice. Durable and finely constructed, this pipe will last you for years. This component is no exception: the DuraTech 6 Inch Diameter 14 to 21 Inch Long Adjustable Pipe is designed for compatibility with other DirectTech pipes and components with a 6-inch inner diameter. You can adjust this pipe's length to meet your needs, from 14 inches up to a full 21 inches in length. And with the Dura-Vent DuraTech name comes an exceptional reputation for quality and endurance. The quality of Dura-Vent DuraTech is simply without parallel.


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DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Elbow Kit - 15-Degree
DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Elbow Kit - 15-Degree
DuraTech's chimney elbow kit makes offsetting any venting obstacles easy. Included in the kit are two double-wall constructed stainless steel elbows that will allow for the safe installation of Your heating appliance up to 2100 degrees Fahrenheit, and one elbow strap for added stability. Each elbow only requires a 2" clearance to combustibles and has an inner diameter that measures 6". The components. in this kit have been UL listed and come with a limited lifetime warranty.


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DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Elbow Kit - 30-Degree
DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Elbow Kit - 30-Degree
DuraTech's chimney elbow kit makes offsetting any venting obstacles easy. Included in the kit are two double-wall constructed stainless steel elbows that will allow for the safe installation of Your heating appliance up to 2100 degrees Fahrenheit, and one elbow strap for added stability. Each elbow only requires a 2" clearance to combustibles and has an inner diameter that measures 6". The components. in this kit have been UL listed and come with a limited lifetime warranty.


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DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe with Galvalume Outer Wall - 6-Inch Length
DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe with Galvalume Outer Wall - 6-Inch Length
DuraTech's double wall chimney pipe is designed for wood, oil, coal and gas appliances. It is made from galvalume and stainless steel and is insulated with a layer of a ceramic refractory blanket. This chimney pipe is constructed with a 6 inch inner diameter and an 8 inch outer diameter. A 2 inch clearance to combustibles is required, and the chimney pipe is equipped with a secure twist-lock connection.


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DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe with Galvalume Outer Wall - 12-Inch Length
DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe with Galvalume Outer Wall - 12-Inch Length
DuraTech's double wall chimney pipe is designed for wood, oil, coal and gas appliances. It is made from galvalume and stainless steel and is insulated with a layer of a ceramic refractory blanket. This chimney pipe is constructed with a 6 inch inner diameter and an 8 inch outer diameter. A 2 inch clearance to combustibles is required, and the chimney pipe is equipped with a secure twist-lock connection.


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DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe with Galvalume Outer Wall - 18-Inch Length
DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe with Galvalume Outer Wall - 18-Inch Length
DuraTech's double wall chimney pipe is designed for wood, oil, coal and gas appliances. It is made from galvalume and stainless steel and is insulated with a layer of a ceramic refractory blanket. This chimney pipe is constructed with a 6 inch inner diameter and an 8 inch outer diameter. A 2 inch clearance to combustibles is required, and the chimney pipe is equipped with a secure twist-lock connection.


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DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe with Galvalume Outer Wall - 24-Inch Length
DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe with Galvalume Outer Wall - 24-Inch Length
DuraTech's double wall chimney pipe is designed for wood, oil, coal and gas appliances. It is made from galvalume and stainless steel and is insulated with a layer of a ceramic refractory blanket. This chimney pipe is constructed with a 6 inch inner diameter and an 8 inch outer diameter. A 2 inch clearance to combustibles is required, and the chimney pipe is equipped with a secure twist-lock connection.


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DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe with Galvalume Outer Wall - 36-Inch Length
DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe with Galvalume Outer Wall - 36-Inch Length
DuraTech's double wall chimney pipe is designed for wood, oil, coal and gas appliances. It is made from galvalume and stainless steel and is insulated with a layer of a ceramic refractory blanket. This chimney pipe is constructed with a 6 inch inner diameter and an 8 inch outer diameter. A 2 inch clearance to combustibles is required, and the chimney pipe is equipped with a secure twist-lock connection.


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DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe with Galvalume Outer Wall - 48-Inch Length
DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe with Galvalume Outer Wall - 48-Inch Length
DuraTech's double wall chimney pipe is designed for wood, oil, coal and gas appliances. It is made from galvalume and stainless steel and is insulated with a layer of a ceramic refractory blanket. This chimney pipe is constructed with a 6 inch inner diameter and an 8 inch outer diameter. A 2 inch clearance to combustibles is required, and the chimney pipe is equipped with a secure twist-lock connection.


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DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Galvalume Chimney Elbow Kit - 15-Degree
DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Galvalume Chimney Elbow Kit - 15-Degree
This chimney elbow kit comes with two galvalume double-walled elbows and one elbow strap. The elbows can be used to offset venting obstructions. The elbow swivels 360 at its base to make getting the perfect alignment a little easier. The double wall construction has an outer galvalume wall and an inner stainless wall with a layer of ceramic refractory material between which permits a 2" clearance to combustibles. The sections connect with the twist-lock method. These elbows have a limited lifetime warranty.


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DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Galvalume Chimney Elbow Kit - 30-Degree
DuraTech 6-Inch Inner Diameter All-Fuel Galvalume Chimney Elbow Kit - 30-Degree
This chimney elbow kit comes with two galvalume double-walled elbows and one elbow strap. The elbows can be used to offset venting obstructions. The elbow swivels 360 at its base to make getting the perfect alignment a little easier. The double wall construction has an outer galvalume wall and an inner stainless wall with a layer of ceramic refractory material between which permits a 2" clearance to combustibles. The sections connect with the twist-lock method. These elbows have a limited lifetime warranty.


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DuraTech All-Fuel Galvanized Firestop Radiation Shield - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-FRS
DuraTech All-Fuel Galvanized Firestop Radiation Shield - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-FRS
This DuraTech product will keep your vent system working safely at floor or ceiling points even if a support box cannot be used. With dependability provided by a limited lifetime warranty and galvanized steel components, this firestop radiation shield forms an important part of the safety mechanism protecting your home from damage during a fire emergency. This piece is used with DuraTech's all fuel six inch chimney pipe assembly, used with a variety of heating appliances.


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DuraTech All-Fuel Galvanized Attic Insulation Shield - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-IS
DuraTech All-Fuel Galvanized Attic Insulation Shield - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-IS
DuraTech knows that along the way, your chimney not only needs to be fully secured to your house but also needs to be protected from your home. Since it is so hot and contains smoke that could harm both you and your possessions, it is important that you take every precaution to make sure everything and everyone is protected. The All-Fuel Galvanized Attic Insulation Shield is designed to make sure that as your chimney passes through the roof of your attic that the smoke goes up into the atmosphere and that your home stays safe.


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DuraTech All-Fuel Aluminum Roof Flashing - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-F6
DuraTech All-Fuel Aluminum Roof Flashing - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-F6
The time has come for your to install a chimney in your home, and you are looking around for the resources to make sure that the process is not only smooth but also one that results in your chimney being properly installed. The DuraTech All-Fuel Aluminum Roof Flashing is an item that should be given due consideration prior to being put into your fireplace. Designed to be used in conjunction with chimney pipes that have a 6 inch inner diameter, all you need is to buy a storm collar and you will be ready to go.


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DuraTech All-Fuel Aluminum Steep Roof Flashing - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-F12
DuraTech All-Fuel Aluminum Steep Roof Flashing - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-F12
This chimney flashing is made for a steep roof. This is suitable for all fuels and is made out of study but light aluminum. It will fit chimneys with a six inch inner diameter. This chimney pipe flashing made for steep roofs is made by Dura Tech and will work with perfect compatibility with other Dura Tech chimney vent components. this flashing is designed for roofs with a pitch between a 7/12 pitch and 12/12 pitch.


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DuraTech All-Fuel Aluminum Flat Roof Flashing - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-FF
DuraTech All-Fuel Aluminum Flat Roof Flashing - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-FF
The DuraTech chimney is a double wall all fuel chimney that can be used with wood, coil, oil, or gas appliances. This DuraTech flashing will effectively protect your vent and home from water entrance at the roof termination. The flashing is made of durable aluminum and is suitable for use on flat roofs. The item should be used with the 6" DuraTech chimney system. A limited lifetime warranty applies. Other parts are also required for a complete roof termination.


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DuraTech All-Fuel DSA Roof Flashing - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-F6DSA
DuraTech All-Fuel DSA Roof Flashing - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-F6DSA
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This DuraTech All-Fuel DSA Roof Flashing is made to used on metal and tile roofs and does require a separately purchased storm collar. It is made from malleable dead soft aluminum and shapes to fit any type. It is recommended to be used on roofs with a pitch of 0/12 to 6/12 and has a limited warranty. It can be used with the chimney system for wood stoves, furnaces, ranges, and other wood, oil, coal, or gas appliances. The flashing will also work with factory built zero-clearance fireplaces.


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DuraTech All-Fuel Extended Roof Support Bracket - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-XRB
DuraTech All-Fuel Extended Roof Support Bracket - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-XRB
If your chimney pipe extends more than 5' above the roof you must use this roof support bracket to keep it stable. The piece adjusts from 67" to 114" and is designed for use with the 6" DuraTech chimney pipes. DuraTech chimney pipes have a double wall construction and can be used with appliances that are listed for use with a 2100 F HT chimney system. A limited lifetime warranty applies to the roof support bracket.


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DuraTech All-Fuel Chimney Storm Collar - For Chimney Pipes with 5-Inch and 6-Inch Inner Diameters - 5DT-SC
DuraTech All-Fuel Chimney Storm Collar - For Chimney Pipes with 5-Inch and 6-Inch Inner Diameters - 5DT-SC
Every chimney needs weatherproofing that goes above and beyond to ensure a proper seal. Any home repair professional is well aware of the fact that if there is any possible way for water to seep somewhere, it certainly will. Be sure your chimney is properly protected from the elements with this storm collar from Dura Tech. The collar fits around the vent pipe and creates a secure barrier that can be attached to the flashing on the roof.


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DuraTech All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Cap For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-VC
DuraTech All-Fuel Stainless Steel Chimney Cap For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-VC
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It is very important not only to choose the right chimney pipe and to install it correctly, but you must also think of proper maintenance to make it last for a long time. Chimney pipes can easily go downhill fast if you don't install a chimney cap at the end of them. This stainless steel chimney cap is made to be used with pipes that have a 6-inch inner diameter. You should think about purchasing this cap to protect your pipes from damage that the different elements can bring.

So, if you have appliances such as woodstoves, fireplaces, furnaces, boilers, ranges, water heaters, or any other appliance that uses wood, oil, coal, or gas this is an important thing to consider purchasing.



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DuraTech All-Fuel Adjustable Galvanized Chimney Pipe Wall Strap - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-WS
DuraTech All-Fuel Adjustable Galvanized Chimney Pipe Wall Strap - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-WS
This adjustable Chimney Pipe Wall Strap will allow you quickly and easily provide support for your outside wall pipe installation. This chimney pipe strap adjusts to provide 2 in. to 6 in. of clearance and is intended to be used with 6 in. inner diameter chimney pipe. Made of tough and durable galvanized steel construction, these components are tested and listed for use with 2100 degress F HT chimney system, such as wood stoves, fireplaces, furnaces, boilers, ranges, water heaters, or other appliances.


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DuraTech All-Fuel Adjustable Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe Wall Strap - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-WSSS
DuraTech All-Fuel Adjustable Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe Wall Strap - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-WSSS
The best way to secure and stabilize chimney pipes is with the DuraTech Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe Wall Strap. This strap can adjust from 2" to 6" and is built with stainless steel to give you peace of mind when it comes to durability. The DuraTech Stainless Steel Chimney Pipe Wall Strap is designed especially for 6" DuraTech chimney pipes and comes with a limited lifetime warranty. Make your chimney pipes secure and stable with this strap today.


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DuraTech All-Fuel Chimney Pipe Locking Band - For Pipes with a 6 Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-LB
DuraTech All-Fuel Chimney Pipe Locking Band - For Pipes with a 6 Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-LB
Secure your DuraTech All-Fuel Chimney Pipe with these superior quality Chimney Pipe Locking Bands from DuraTech. These venting accessories reinforce pipe, elbow, and tee joints, giving a consistent level of DuraTech quality across your entire chimney pipe installation. Choose this Pipe Locking Band for added security and durability in your DuraTech installation. This Pipe Locking Bank fits DuraTech All-Fuel Chimney Pipes with a 6" inner diameter. A limited lifetime warranty is included with this product.


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DuraTech All-Fuel Chimney Roof Support - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-RS
DuraTech All-Fuel Chimney Roof Support - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-RS
Your chimney needs to have a strong support structure in order to function properly and last a long time. This Chimney Roof Support can be used with a variety of appliances since it can handle any type of fuel exhaust. It's designed to support up to 45' of 6" chimney pipe above and 20' of 6" chimney pipe below. DuraTech has designed this piece to adjust based on the roof's pitch, so it can be used with any type of roof.


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DuraTech All-Fuel Chimney Roof Support Trim Collar - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-RSTC3
DuraTech All-Fuel Chimney Roof Support Trim Collar - For Chimney Pipes with a 6-Inch Inner Diameter - 6DT-RSTC3
This DuraTech chimney trim collar conceals space between your chimney pipe and ceiling when using a rood support. Designed specifically for use with the 6" DuraTech chimney pipes, this durable galvalume construction, with its sleek black finish, is easy and convenient to install. The 5"-8" diameter DuraTech chimney pipe features an inner wall of .020" 430 stainless steel and outer wall options of .016" 430 stainless steel or .021" galvalume steel. For your convenience, this trim collars comes with a limited lifetime warranty.


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Product Details
Manufacturer: Flame
Part Number: FL063
eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-93375

Features

  • Maximum BTU Output: 75000
  • Large 2.5 cubic foot fireplace receives large logs, generates a lot of heat, and provides great viewing pleasure
  • Double doors have cast iron frames
  • Uses internal air wash system to keep glass clean
  • Overall Dimensions:  36 in. W x 26 in. D x 38 in. H
Product Description
This Flame Monaco XTD EPA Zero Clearance Fireplace is a real show-stopper when installed in any home. Nothing beats it for utility and function, seamless integration into your home's decor, and a powerful look that can't be duplicated by other fireplace insert models.

The Monaco is a large zero clearance fireplace designed to handle even the biggest pieces of firewood in its generous 2.5 cubic foot firebox. What that means for your home is the capacity to heat large areas easily and efficiently. The front double doors have cast-iron frames that contribute to both the unit's look and efficiency. Those large double doors give you and your family a great view of the beautiful fire within - a view that is preserved by the internal air wash system which keeps the glass clean.

Many wood burning zero clearance fireplaces can increase the safety and efficiency of your fireplace. Some even look pretty good, too. But nothing beats the Flame Monaco XTD EPA Zero Clearance Fireplace for its unique combination of capacity, efficiency, and beautiful aesthetic appeal in one package.


Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 6 Inches. Please see the Venting Components tab on this page for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.

Features

  • Maximum BTU Output: 75000
  • Large 2.5 cubic foot fireplace receives large logs, generates a lot of heat, and provides great viewing pleasure
  • Double doors have cast iron frames
  • Uses internal air wash system to keep glass clean
  • Overall Dimensions:  36 in. W x 26 in. D x 38 in. H
Manufacturer: Flame
Part Number: FL063
eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-93375
Customer Questions & Answers
By Gene from Flanders, NJ on April 21, 2015
What is the burn time of this Flame Monaco XTD EPA fireplace? Would it burn through the night?
By Tyler M. on April 21, 2015

Answer:
Per the manufacturer, maximum burn time for this model at low burn is 8 hours.
By Chad from Illinois on June 25, 2015

Answer:
Just purchased mine this winter late. At 40 degrees outside at night it would have the temp in the house at around 75 degrees. At 11pm I would put a couple logs in and turn the airflow up for 5 minutes to get them burning then turn it down to low. At 6am the automatic blower was still blowing out heat. Logs were done but red coals inside. House was 68 degrees at 6am.

By Bill from Cape Charles, Virginia on October 27, 2013
Is an adapter needed to attach the Monaco to an existing class A chimney pipe? What paperwork do I need to get the biomass tax credit?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on October 28, 2013

Answer:
You will need the appropriate anchor plate to start your class A chimney for use with this Monaco fireplace. For example, if you choose to use the 6" DuraTech double-wall pipe, you will need the DuraTech 6" Anchor Plate. To get the biomass tax credit, you would simply include a copy of your order confirmation in your 2013 income tax return.

By Andrew from Idaho on November 13, 2013
Is this the total price, or do you have to buy trim kits? Do you sell the pipe for this unit and if so what size and type is it?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 13, 2013

Answer:
This is indeed the total cost for the unit, with black louvers. There is a small up charge for gold or nickel louvers.

This model is fairly versatile when it comes to chimney piping. Numerous brands of 6 inch double walled and tripled walled class A chimney pipe can be used.

By Craig from Cleveland, OH on February 15, 2015
I see that this unit's mantel clearance for combustible materials is 50 and 52 inches. What is the distance if a masonry mantle is used?
By eFireplaceStore on February 16, 2015

Answer:
If the mantel will be fully noncombustible, the manufacturer does not impose a clearance limitation. Noncombustible materials will not be damaged by close proximity to the upper louvers.

By Darrell from Hookstown, PA on December 19, 2013
Can I burn continually in this box?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 19, 2013

Answer:
Yes. The Monaco does not have a required cool down or idle time. As long as the box is not overfired, it will stand up to constant use.

By Julie from Carpinteria, CA on January 6, 2014
What does zero clearance mean?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on January 6, 2014

Answer:
"Zero clearance" refers to the fact that there is no distance or material required between the bottom of this fireplace and the platform on which it will be installed--it can be installed directly on wood.

By Doug from Freeport, Illinois on January 4, 2012
I see the top has 2.5" of insulation. Are the sides and back insulated?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 5, 2012

Answer:
Per the manufacturer, the unit only has the 2.5" insulation blanket on the top of the firebox. The rest of the internal firebox is surrounded by an air space on the back and sides, as the internal firebrick acts as an insulation barrier.

If the unit is installed into an exterior chase, it is recommended for the chase to be insulated, in order to ensure cold air does not cool the inside of the firebox too much and cause a draft from the unit.

By Ray from Staten Island, NY on April 22, 2015
Can this Flame Monaco XTD EPA fireplace be used on the 2nd floor of my home?
By Brennan W. on April 22, 2015

Answer:
Yes, this fireplace can be installed on the second floor of your home.

By Scott from Ransomville, NY on November 29, 2013
I was wondering the exact size that the opening has to be for this unit. I have a limited space. I would like to know all of the clearances, please. Can you tell me?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 29, 2013

Answer:
This unit requires a framed opening of 36 inches in width, 24 1/32 inches in depth, and 43 3/16 inches in height. It is important to note that no combustible framing can be in the cavity directly above the 36 by 24 1/32 opening above the fireplace, save for the framing used at the face of the unit. The open cavity must measure 7 feet from the floor the unit is mounted on. Because the unit is effectively a stove within a fireplace chassis, it produces a great deal of heat and the cavity is needed for cooling purposes.

By Gordon from Harper, WI on July 9, 2014
How big is the viewing glass? What are the dimensions of the glass in inches?
By Tyler M. on July 9, 2014

Answer:
The glass is approximately 10 inches tall by 22 inches wide.
By Tommy from Ohio on July 10, 2014

Answer:
There are two doors. Each has a main window that is 11" wide and 10.5" tall and an upper window that is 11" wide and averages 1.5" tall.

By Stan Obert from Cincinnati, OH on November 8, 2011
Can you send me the specs on this unit? I am trying to replace a Heat'N'Glo Propane unit with this one and need to know what is required. My propane unit was a direct vent so the blower took the exhaust straight out the back. Does this unit require a full chimney or can it be vented out the back? Does it require a firebrick base or is the unit built to be able to sit on a subfloor base? Does this unit have a fan to bring the heat into the house? What is the BTU rating?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on November 8, 2011

Answer:
First, let me clarify that this is a woodburning fireplace, not a direct vent unit like your Heat N Glo. Being a woodburning unit, you will need to have a class A chimney pipe system venting vertically and terminating at least 3 feet above your roof. This is a zero clearance fireplace, so you can set this unit on almost anything except carpet. The unit does include a dual blower system and features 100 CFM fans. The heat from this unit can reach up to 75,000 BTUs.

By Matt from Appleton, WI on April 2, 2013
I'm looking for a fireplace to install in my basement walkout with a wall height of 18'6". Roof pitch is 6/12 and the total run, including eave ends, is 32'. What type of venting is required for this? How much height above my roof would my chimney need?

By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on April 3, 2013

Answer:
This fireplace requires 6" inner-diameter double- or triple-wall class A chimney pipe. We recommend either the 6" DuraTech or 6" DuraPlus chimney systems. You will need about 7 feet of pipe above your roof.

By Chris from Clay, NY on January 29, 2013
What is the difference between the Monaco and the Osburn self cleaning unit?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on January 29, 2013

Answer:
The Flame Monaco and the Osburn Stratford units are very similar with one key difference. The Monaco utilizes true firebrick inside the firebox, whereas the Stratford has refractory panels. Otherwise, the framing and chimney requirements are identical.

By Wolf from Newark, DE on July 29, 2015
What is the actual viewing area / window size of this Flame Monaco XTD EPA zero clearance wood burning fireplace?
By Will M. on July 30, 2015

Answer:
The glass is approximately 10 inches tall by 22 inches wide.

By Peter from Rhode Island on January 3, 2013
It appears from the manual that there is an external blower On/Off switch and an external blower control dial. Is that correct? If so, can the dial be plugged in to a receptacle or must it be hard-wired? If it must be hard-wired, can it be converted to a plug in?

Also, are the Osburn Stratford and Flame Monaco basically the same unit?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on January 3, 2013

Answer:
Per the manufacturer, the blowers do feature an On/Off switch, but there is no speed control rheostat knob. When the blower switch is in the "on" position, the blowers are thermostatically activated by the temperature inside the firebox. When it is in the "off" position, the blowers will not operate regardless. The blowers are to be hard-wired and cannot be converted to a standard plug-in.

As for the difference between this Monaco and the Osburn Stratford, the only difference is the interior of each firebox. The Monaco features true firebrick, while the Stratford has refractory panels.

By Jason from Montana on August 28, 2012
Is this a complete stove once you select the louvers? What are this fireplace's maximum burn time and efficiency ratings?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on August 28, 2012

Answer:
Per the manufacturer, this particular unit achieves a maximum efficiency rating of approximately 80%, while being operated at a "medium burn" rate. This entails the air control being adjusted to a mid range setting and a reloading time of 3-4 hours.

The unit can achieve a maximum interval of 8 hours between refueling sessions. However, the overall efficiency of the unit will be lessened, as this maximum burn time is achieved during at a "low burn" rate.

By sherry from Lake Arrowhead, CA on August 28, 2012
Does this fireplace comply with California emission regulations? What about EPA guidelines?

By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on August 29, 2012

Answer:
California maintains a 7.5 grams per hour emissions cap - the same as the EPA. This unit does meet the current emissions requirements and is certified for use in all U.S. states.

The unit tested with a 4.0 grams per hour emissions level, which was good enough even for Washington state, which maintains the strictest standards nationwide.

By Dave from TX on June 29, 2015
Does this Flame Monaco XTD EPA wood burning fireplace have a knockout for a gas or propane starter for the wood? If not, is there a comparable fireplace that will accept a starter?
By eFireplaceStore on June 30, 2015

Answer:
Unfortunately, the sealed combustion design of this high efficiency fireplace means that it cannot accept a log lighter. This is the case with all of the high efficiency models we carry, as the high temperatures in the firebox and air tight design means that a log lighter would not work well.

By Cathy Head from Bakersfield, CA on September 23, 2012
What are the overall dimensions on this zero clearance fireplace?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on September 24, 2012

Answer:
The overall dimensions on this unit are 36" W x 26" D x 38" H.

By Tom from Columbus, OH on November 19, 2014
I have a Heatilator E066 / G4 wood burning fireplace with an 8 inch pipe that is about 14 feet tall. Can I use my existing pipe with this fireplace? If not, the entire chimney would need to be removed and replaced to install a 6 foot pipe.
By Tyler M. on November 19, 2014

Answer:
Unfortunately, no. You will need to remove all of the existing pipe as this Flame Monaco unit must use a 6" inside diameter class A chimney pipe from one of the several manufacturers/brands listed for use with it. These include DuraVent's DuraTech and DuraPlus as well as Selkirk's SuperPro and Ultra-Temp.

By Ted Lewis from Goshen, New York on November 21, 2011
Can I remove my existing zero clearance wood fireplace with vertical triple walled pipe and plug this unit into the existing opening then connect to
the existing pipe?

By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on November 22, 2011

Answer:
If the dimensions of this fireplace work for your opening, then you can replace your existing unit with this one. However, please note that this fireplace can only be vented with chimney pipe listed on the page 32 of the owner's manual, which you can download on this page.

Also, the minimum chimney system height is 15 ft. Please see other chimney installation notes on page 27 of the owner's manual as well.

By Ron Kelsheimer from Strong City, Ks on March 6, 2012
We now have a fireplace insert comparable to the vantage hearth 42" and would like to put a fireplace in with metal doors on so we can burn the fireplace for longer periods of time. I am going to look into what it would take to replace it and work on it this summer. Could you let me know what is the best idea for my situation and we ran 8 inch triple wall pipe into the house when we built it in 2006 so we will need to match up with it.
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on March 6, 2012

Answer:
Typically a high efficiency unit like this model is intended to burn for long periods, exactly as you are looking for. We also offer several other models that utilize this type of closed combustion firebox.

One thing you will need to consider is the potential change to the chimney system. Most triple wall chimney systems are air cooled and cannot directly match up to these high efficiency models. Please provide the exact manufacturer and model of the fireplace, so I may determine if we have something that can be used directly with your existing chimney system.

By Jim from MS on March 15, 2015
What is the thickness of the walls of this firebox?
By Brennan W. on March 19, 2015

Answer:
According to the manufacturer, the walls are 3/8" thick.

By Taun from Utah on September 23, 2013
Can I burn coal in this fireplace as well as wood?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 24, 2013

Answer:
You cannot. The chassis and combustion chamber are not designed to withstand the greater heat output of coal, nor will the combustion chamber facilitate the burn process. Only well seasoned hardwood should be burned in this model.

By Evelyn from Carbonear, Newfoundland on September 24, 2012
What is the difference between this fireplace and the Napoleon NZ-26? I live where it can be very windy, and I know regular wood stoves and fireplaces cannot be lit. Would this be a problem?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on September 24, 2012

Answer:
These units are quite similar, as they are both closed-combustion chamber zero clearance woodburning fireplaces with a 6" flue. Please see the owner's manuals for both units at the following links to learn more about them:

Flame Monaco XTD


Napoleon NZ-26

By Tim from Richland, Iowa on March 20, 2014
Is this fireplace mobile home approved?
By Brennan W. on March 20, 2014

Answer:
So long as the unit is anchored and grounded to the chassis of the mobile home, has access to to air for the combustion air control, and meets all of the clearances to combustibles, this unit can be used in a mobile home.

By Shannon from Louisville, KY on September 20, 2014
Does this particular fireplace have a blower?
By Kevin E. on September 21, 2014

Answer:
This unit does include a pair of built-in blowers.

By Johnny from Chandler, TX on August 2, 2015
Does this Flame Monaco XTD EPA zero clearance wood burning fireplace come with blowers already in the unit? If so, what is the output of the blowers?
By Will M. on August 3, 2015

Answer:
This unit includes a pair of 100 CFM circulating blowers mounted to a single central motor as standard.

By George from Newfoundland, CAN on October 28, 2014
Is there more information about how to connect the blower? My booklet has nothing to reference on how to connect the blower.

By Will M. on October 28, 2014

Answer:
The unit will come with two built in 100 cfm blowers, but additional information regarding the blowers can be found on page 20 of this installation manual.

By thomas ross from Fountain City, WS on November 7, 2012
Is the forced air kit included in the Flame Monaco XTD?
By Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on November 7, 2012

Answer:
The Monaco does include two 75 CFM blowers. However, there is a separate forced air kit available for individual purchase.

By Eric from Howell, MI on January 18, 2015
Can this fireplace be installed on an interior wall?
By eFireplaceStore on January 19, 2015

Answer:
It can indeed. An enclosure that meets the framing dimensions specified in the owner's manual could be constructed on an interior wall to contain the unit. You would simply need to ensure that the space above the unit is clear to allow the chimney system to be routed upward through the roof.

By Andrew from Chicago, IL on August 4, 2013
How about chimney pipes, are those included?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on August 5, 2013

Answer:
No, chimney pipe is not included with this fireplace; it requires 6" inner diameter class A chimney pipe. We would be happy to provide a full quote with all the necessary chimney components, if you prefer. Simply reply with your shipping zip code, your preference of louver color for this fireplace, the approximate height needed for the chimney pipe to extend at least three feet above your roof, and your roof pitch (if it is a sloped roof). We look forward to your response.

By Frank from WA on April 6, 2014
Is this a WA state approved unit?

By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on April 7, 2014

Answer:
Yes, this fireplace is EPA Phase II Certified and acceptable for use in Washington state.

By Rick from Kentucky on April 18, 2012
I am looking to replace an existing ZC fireplace with this unit. The existing chimney in a chase is 8" 2-wall air cooled pipe-28' height. Can I line this chimney with a 6" insulated liner and it meet requirements or do I need to replace it completely?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on April 18, 2012

Answer:
Unfortunately, this fireplace can only be vented with chimney pipe listed on the page 32 of the owner's manual, which you can download on this page. All of these chimneys have a 6" inner diameter.

Please see other chimney installation notes on page 27 of the owner's manual as well.

By Augustus from Bellevue, Washington on August 1, 2012
Are the lower&upper louvers included?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on August 1, 2012

Answer:
You must select the color of louvers that you would like, from the drop down menu on the item page. Black louvers would be included for no additional cost, while gold and brushed nickel are both an additional fee.

By Ryan from Kansas CIty, MO on December 15, 2014
What are the dimensions of the firebox in this fireplace?
By eFireplaceStore on December 16, 2014

Answer:
The firebox on this unit measures approximately 22 3/4 inches in width, 17 3/4 inches in depth, and 13 inches in height. While relatively small, the high efficiency recirculating design makes for excellent heat output.

By sherry from CA on September 5, 2012
What is the roof jack size (diameter) of this unit?

By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 5, 2012

Answer:
The pipe for this unit has a 6" inner diameter and an 8" outer diameter. As such, the hole in the roof jack will be slightly larger than 8". A storm collar will be needed to cover any extra space between the jack and the pipe's outer wall.

By Justin from Canton, GA on February 26, 2015
Is this unit approved for mobile home use on an exterior wall and chimney chase?
By eFireplaceStore on February 26, 2015

Answer:
This unit is indeed approved for use in a mobile or manufactured home. The fireplace must be equipped with the outside air combustion kit and must be anchored and grounded to the chassis of the home in order to meet code requirements.

By Kara from Perryville, AR on January 9, 2014
If our electricity was to go out will the fireplace still heat our house?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on January 9, 2014

Answer:
When electricity is lost, the blowers will cease to operate, lessening the overall efficiency of the unit. However, the heat generated by a good fire will still be sufficient to heat a significant portion of your home, depending on firewood quality, amount and your home's insulation and layout.

By Rhoda from Oregon on March 7, 2014
The Monaco utilizes true firebrick inside the firebox, whereas the Stratford has refractory panels. Which is better and which will hold up better?
By Kevin E. - NFI Certified Specialist on March 9, 2014

Answer:
It is commonly held that true firebrick will last longer and perform better than refractory brick panels.

By Richard from WV on October 13, 2014
What is the efficiency rating on this unit?
By Will M. on October 13, 2014

Answer:
The peak efficiency of this unit is 77%.

By Dave from Caldwell, Idaho on November 21, 2012
We are in the finishing stages of a 3000 sq ft log home. The great room will be finished off with a wood burning fireplace that we will use for heating - not just decoration - so we are interested in a high efficiency model. Our current opening is 67" high, 54" wide and 38" deep. It is a straight shot up the 22 ft high chimney (no need for offsets)

We have narrowed our search down to two models: the Majestic 36" Royal Monarch and the Flame Monaco XTD. They are priced similar but have differences. Which would you prefer over the other and why? Which one weighs the most? What are the cubic ft capacities of each?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 23, 2012

Answer:
Both of these units offer high efficiency, closed combustion burn capability and are well constructed. However, given reviews and real world results from our customers, I do believe the Monaco is the better unit.

While the Monaco has a 2.5 cubic foot capacity, as compared to the 3.0 of the Royal Monarch, the Monaco's even greater efficiency and EPA rating allow it to burn its fuel supply more slowly. The result is a BTU rating that can exceed the Royal Monarch in most scenarios.

Both units draw outside air for combustion. The Royal Monarch does this by using air drawn down from the top of the chimney, through the outer wall of the Class A chimney pipe. The Monaco draws air from an outside are duct, which must be installed in the wall behind the unit. Both systems work well and supply plenty of combustion air. However, the Monaco uses a firebrick liner, as opposed to the concrete panels in the Royal Monarch. This allows the combustion chamber to achieve higher temperatures and increases firebox durability.

Lastly, the Monaco uses a solid pack chimney, rather than air cooled such as the Royal Monarch. Air cooled chimneys can cause issues with drafting in very cold weather and are more prone to creosote buildup and needing frequent cleaning.

By Scott from Scottsville, KY on December 2, 2013
Can this unit be installed directly into a wood framed opening and chimney? We are in the process of framing our own home and want a true woodburning stove.
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on December 2, 2013

Answer:
Yes, and this zero-clearance woodburning fireplace is our top recommendation for such an application. It requires 6" inside diameter class A chimney pipe, which we also carry. If you need a complete estimate, please fill out our Chimney Pipe Design & Quote Form.

By Craig from Chardon, OH on January 26, 2015
Is it possible to have a variable speed control for fan speed on this fireplace?

By Tyler M. on January 26, 2015

Answer:
Per the manufacturer, the blowers do feature an On/Off switch, but there is no speed control rheostat knob. When the blower switch is in the "on" position, the blowers are thermostatically activated by the temperature inside the firebox. When it is in the "off" position, the blowers will not operate regardless.

By Willie from Hermitage, AR on September 6, 2014
Can I run a 6 inch uninsulated liner down a factory built chimney with an air cooled 8 inch pipe that is surrounded by a 12 inch pipe with the Flame Monaco XTD EPA clearance wood burning fireplace or a stove?
By eFireplaceStore on September 8, 2014

Answer:
This question has come up previously and the manufacturer advises this can indeed be done. The old air cooled chimney would need to be secured to the top of the fireplace using "L" brackets to prevent movement. An appliance adapter would need to be used to secure the liner to the flue collar on the fireplace, before affixing the air cooled chimney to the unit.

By Ken from Bokoshe, OK on July 4, 2015
The back wall behind our Flame Monaco XTD EPA zero clearance wood fireplace is solid brick and the wall to the outside of the house is also solid brick. The XTD is also sitting on bricks. The bricks have no paints or stains that have been applied either. Do I still need the rear spacers or can I set this fireplace against the bricks in the back?
By Will M. on July 6, 2015

Answer:
Per the manufacturer, the spacers must be installed prior to installation. Aside from ensuring the proper clearance to combustibles, the standoffs ensure proper air space for safe operation.

By Steve from Eagle, Wisconsin on September 29, 2012
How is this fireplace different than a wood burning stove insert? Does this give off radiant heat as well as from the blowers?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 1, 2012

Answer:
This unit functions in much the same way as a wood burning insert. Like an insert, it does give off radiant heat, as well as convection from the pair of built in blowers. It also employs a small but hot-burning fire to achieve maximum efficiency.

The primary difference is that this heater is designed to be built into a frame wall by itself, where most inserts must be installed into an existing masonry fireplace or approved manufactured fireplace. The Monaco uses a unique, double-walled chassis that allows cooling air to surround the inner firebox. This is what allows the fireplace to come into close proximity with the surrounding framing.

By Carly Lamberson from Talala, OK on November 9, 2012
I can't find anything in the description of this fireplace about a blower. Does it come with a blower or can a blower be added?
By Magan B. on November 9, 2012

Answer:
The Monaco does indeed include two 100 CFM blowers.

By John from Woodstown, NJ on December 9, 2014
The exterior walls of my house are 2 x 6 framed. I would like to install this fireplace in the exterior wall of the house. Is it OK to have a 2 x 6 header over the unit above the face? The side walls and wall at the back of the unit would be framed using 2 x 4's.
By Kevin E. on December 9, 2014

Answer:
As long as proper clearances are met and the header remains above the stand offs on top of the unit, there should be no problem with using a 2 x 6 as your header.

By Brandon from Coos Bay, OR on December 21, 2014
Is this unit mobile home approved?
By Chris C. on December 22, 2014

Answer:
So long as the unit is anchored and grounded to the chassis of the mobile home, has access to to air for the combustion air control, and meets all of the clearances to combustibles, this unit can be used in a mobile home.

By Marty from Niceville, FL on July 6, 2015
My external chase (plus the 3 feet above the chase) measure 26 feet from the floor this Flame Monaco XTD EPA zero clearance wood burning fireplace sits on. What is the amount of pipe required for the chase?
By Kelsey C. on July 6, 2015

Answer:
The Monaco firebox measures 38" tall so you would need 33' of chimney pipe as you are well over the minimum chimney height and this has 0" clearance from the bottom to a non-combustible. Of course, this would change if you were planning on building a raised hearth.

By Jeff from Halifax, Nova Scotia on January 25, 2013
I currently have a Regency Alterra Wood Insert installed into an existing factory built fireplace. It vents into a Security ASHT 8" Chimney lined with a 5 inch SS liner. The chimney height is approx 30 feet, mostly inside the house with one offset. It was installed by a WETT certified professional. I would like something a little bigger. My questions are 1. Is this EPA non-catalytic combustion like my current insert? 2. Can I replace my current fireplace(s) with the Monaco and use the existing venting arrangement?( ie 5 inch liner in 8 inch ASHT chimney) Thank you, Jeff.
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 25, 2013

Answer:
The unit you are viewing is designed to be used as a free standing fireplace, rather than the insert you have which must be used in a masonry fireplace or a listed manufactured unit, such as what you have now.

If you remove both the insert and the manufactured fireplace, this unit could be used in its place. You could attach the inner stainless steel liner to the flue collar of the Monaco, using an adapter. You would then need a Security ASHT chimney anchor plate to mount the chimney to the new fireplace. Ideally, a 6 inch liner would be used to keep from over drafting the unit, but it is likely that a 5 inch liner was the largest that could be used, given the offsets in your chimney. If you are only interested in using another insert, we can certainly see what else may fit your needs.

By Dan from Rothesay, New Brunswick on August 18, 2014
We have an opening that is 27" deep, 44" wide, and 41.5" high. Will the Monaco fit in this opening with considerations taken for distance to combustibles? What is the burn time for this unit? What is the overall efficiency rated at?


By eFireplaceStore on August 19, 2014

Answer:
While your depth and width are within requirements, the opening height will need to be raised slightly. The Monaco requires a height of 43 3/16 inches to fit properly.

Per the manufacturer, maximum burn time for this model at low burn is 8 hours. Peak efficiency during high burn is 77 percent.
By Harry from Mississippi on August 19, 2014

Answer:
I am unsure as to whether the unit will fit as I followed the installation instructions. I am very pleased with the burn time. We fill the fire box around 10:00 p.m., close it about half way and, when we awake in the morning at 6:30, there is still some wood burning and full of hot coals. I am very pleased with this furnace. We have cut our propane bill by 75%. I would recommend it to any one.

By Jeff from Tupelo, Ms. on May 30, 2012
Which chimney pipe do I use with this model?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on May 30, 2012

Answer:
You can see the listed chimney pipe for use with this fireplace in the owner's manual on page 33. Please see the owner's manual that can be downloaded on this item page. We recommend using the 6" inner diameter Simpson Dura-Vent DuraTech or DuraPlus pipe, which we do stock.

By Tim from Lincoln, Nebraska on September 23, 2014
Can this fireplace be vented through a wall using a thimble and tee? Reading the manual it seems to reference 30 deg elbows. If it must pass through the wall at an upward angle do you have an insulated wall radiation shield for the application? Please look at Monaco's manual, page 32, figure 26, for the application I'm referencing.
By eFireplaceStore on September 23, 2014

Answer:
While its design and operation is very similar to a wood stove, this product is not able to be vented horizontally. The 30 degree offsets you mention are the maximum that the fireplace can handle. If you do need to pass through the wall using the 30 degree elbows, an insulated wall shield would have to be custom made from sheet metal. This can essentially be two sheet metal panels that sandwich fiberglass insulation in the wall. The Class A chimney pipe must maintain 2 inches of clearance as it passes through the wall.

By Allen from Gun Barrel City, TX on October 7, 2014
Could this fireplace be used in a screened in porch environment?
By Tyler M. on October 8, 2014

Answer:
We do not recommend your proposed application, as the outside air will eventually cause rust and corrosion on the fireplace. Your situation calls for a stainless steel fireplace, and you can see our full selection below:

Patio Fireplaces

By Nancy from Buffalo, NY on December 12, 2011
Is the blower on this unit loud?
By Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on December 13, 2011

Answer:
The blower assembly for this appliance while noticeable should not be loud enough to be disturbing

By Soon from Rockville, MD on September 16, 2014
I'm looking for a airtight firebox with outdoor air for combustion. I'm looking at this model (Flame Monaco XTD EPA Zero Clearance Wood Burning Fireplace) and the Majestic 36 Inch Royal Monarch Circulating Wood Burning Fireplace. What are the differences between these two?
By eFireplaceStore on September 16, 2014

Answer:
The Monaco uses an accessory duct to draw fresh air through the side wall of the home, while the Royal Monarch pulls fresh air down the outer wall of the chimney flue to both cool the chimney and supply fresh air for combustion.

By Jim from Spokane, WA on January 20, 2015
What all is included with this wood burning fireplace? Also, is it Washington state approved?
By eFireplaceStore on January 21, 2015

Answer:
This package includes the unit itself, black cast iron doors, black louvers, and a pair of 100 CFM blowers. An outside air kit and central air kit are separate items. This unit is indeed 50 state approved by the EPA.

By Leo from Medford, OR on January 20, 2015
Is there a fan kit for this fireplace? Also, can 6 inch stainless steel flex pipe be used to vent this fireplace?
By eFireplaceStore on January 21, 2015

Answer:
This unit includes a pair of 100 CFM circulating blowers, mounted to a single central motor as standard. The unit can indeed be vented with a 6 inch stainless steel liner, but only if the fireplace is being retrofitted into an existing masonry fireplace and the chimney is in good condition.

By Gerry from NM on July 24, 2013
I'm looking for a new fireplace and have attached images of my current space. Do I need a zero clearance fireplace? We have 2 x 4 construction with a concrete floor, so I think I want a insert that would leave about 4 to 8 inches of room. Which is a better option for me? What things do I need to consider?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on July 24, 2013

Answer:
Zero clearance is a term that simply refers to a metal fireplace that can be built into a combustible enclosure. It is more common to hear these units referred to as "manufactured fireplaces", as the zero clearance moniker can be deceiving.

If you're looking at a new fireplace, these are the things you need to consider. To begin, what is the size of the framed opening? Also, do you plan on using the unit for heat or primarily for ambiance? Lastly, it appears there may be a chimney system already in place. If so, is there any brand or model information stamped onto the chimney? Once you've answered these questions, we'll be able to help you select a new fireplace.

By Taras from Tri-cities, Washington on August 6, 2014
I want to know how many square feet this fireplace heats up. Can you tell me? Also, is it approved by Washington state? How deep is the inside?
By eFireplaceStore on August 7, 2014

Answer:
This unit is rated to heat up to 2,000 square feet of area. However, this model is one of the rare few that typically over performs and past customers have reported it heating up to 2,500 square feet without issue. This model is indeed EPA Tier II certified and meets even the strict Washington state emissions standards. The firebox measures 22 3/4" wide x 17 3/4" deep.

By Aaron from California on October 3, 2012
Is this fireplace stubbed-out for a gas starter? Also, what size is the roof jack?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on October 4, 2012

Answer:
No, this fireplace is not tested or intended for use with gas pipe starters or gas logs, and has no provision to run a gas line into the firebox. This unit requires 6" inner diameter Class A chimney pipe, and there are a few options as to which manufacturer's pipe you can use.

The approved chimney manufacturers are listed on page 33 of the owner's manual. In most cases, the pipe's outer diameter will be 8", but it could be up to 10" if you use triple-wall pipe such as DuraVent's DuraPlus.

By Vinny from NJ on May 5, 2015
The manual calls for a AC01310 forced air system with a 5 inch tube but you offer an AC01340 with a 6 inch tube. Are they interchangeable? Do I need an adapter? Also, what is the difference between a fire stop and attic shield?
By Brennan W. on May 5, 2015

Answer:
They are indeed interchangable. The difference between a firestop and an insulation shield is the attic insulation shield has a tube that keeps insulation from blocking the airflow needed around the vent pipe, while a firestop simply keeps a space between the pipe and combustibles without allowing for airflow.

By Stacy from Mena, Arkansas on January 8, 2013
What length logs can you burn in this firebox? Also how many 4 inch round logs can you put in the fire box at one time to burn? How deep is the firebox from inside front door to back of firebox? What is the size of the glass window?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 8, 2013

Answer:
This unit can accept logs with a maximum length of 21 inches. A total of 4 logs, ranging from 3 to 4 inches in diameter will be the maximum capacity for this stove to burn efficiently. It is not recommended to stack the logs in the unit. The firebox measures 21 inches wide and 18 inches deep. The glass is approximately 10 inches tall by 22 inches wide.

By jeff from Long Beach, CA on November 15, 2011
Will you please provide the dimensions for this unit, as well as information on the available blower (with dimensions). Would help if the dimensions provided were for 1) just this unit, and 2) this unit with blower attached/installed. Also, what is the price of the blower available as an add-on for this unit?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on November 16, 2011

Answer:
Here are the specifications from the owner's manual for this fireplace:

Weight: 385 lbs
Height: 43 1/4"
Width: 36 3/4"
Depth: 26"

These dimensions will include the 2 heat-activated blowers that are included with the fireplace.

I will be sending you a .PDF copy of the owner's manual in a separate email.

By Valerie from Port Angeles, Washington on October 26, 2013
I have an existing double walled stainless steel 10" chimney stove pipe going up two stories and venting out a flat roof. Will I be able to use the existing stove pipe or will I need a new venting system?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 28, 2013

Answer:
Unfortunately, the chimney system will have to be replaced. Because of its high efficiency, this unit is designed for use with a 6 inch inside diameter chimney. Using a larger chimney will result in poor drafting and lower burn performance. We carry several brands of chimney that can be used with this unit.

By Doug from Ruston, Louisiana on September 16, 2012
Can you burn this fireplace with the doors open? What square footage will this fireplace heat?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on September 17, 2012

Answer:
It is not recommended to burn wood in this unit with the doors open, as it is a closed combustion chamber unit for optimum efficiency.

Per the owner's manual, "The maximum heat output for the Monaco is achieved by burning with the door closed and the combustion air opened. By this method, the Monaco can produce up to 75,000 BTU of heat per hour." This is enough to heat about 2,100 square feet.

Customer Reviews
Flame Monaco XTD EPA Zero Clearance Wood Burning Fireplace
$2,399.95
(8)
5 out of 5 Stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Primary Heat for 2400 ft Home
By
Casey
from Texason
June 30, 2015
I would recommend this item to a friend.
I installed this stove in our new home and could not be happier. I spent a great deal of time researching this particular stove- it is very well made, the door system is solid, it is simple to install, and the heat output is fantastic. There is a slight learning curve given that it is an airtight EPA stove, but once you learn where the ideal settings are, this stove shines. We live in Northeast Texas and average night temps are high 20's low 30's in the winter. Obviously this isn't Arctic circle type cold, but still chilly. We had an ice storm where temps were in the single digits for over a week and we were still able to keep the main area of our home in the high 60's burning seasoned oak. Also, this company is AWESOME to deal with. I wish I could remember the name of the man that helped me with my purchase. He took my measurements and sent me all the venting components we needed, answered and explained every question I had, and was extremely helpful.
Pros:
Simple, elegant, durable, easy to install, variable speed blower,
Cons:
Only real con is that the blower has a heat switch that doesn't allow you to turn the blower off once it's turned on- it will continue to blow until the stove cools to a certain point.

great experience!
By
Sandra stubenrauch
from Oregonon
February 22, 2015
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Arrived before scheduled. Beautiful unit and so very efficient. Would recommend this to anyone.

Very Happy
By
Steve Allen
from Oregonon
November 15, 2014
I would recommend this item to a friend.
I installed the stove last summer. At the moment it is 32 outside home 2500 sq feet is 70. I have a forced air system that turns on the blower when the room temp reaches 72 works great.

Fantastic
By
Chris Peters
from United Stateson
September 15, 2014
I would recommend this item to a friend.
The unit was easy to install. Pumps major heat into the house. I got a good base of coals, threw in one piece of cord-wood and 2 hours later it is still burning and heating the house. The adjustable air intake make it easy to control how fast the wood burns. Couldn't be happier.

Awesome
By
Harry Willis
from Cayce, MSon
December 16, 2013
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Used this unit to replace a standard fireplace. Wow what a difference. Much more heat actually stays in the house, and the dimensions were almost identical which made it a snap to install.

Exactly what I wanted!
By
Jay
from Oberlin, Ohioon
November 6, 2012
I would recommend this item to a friend.
I looked at a lot of zero clearance fireplaces and was skeptical of the Flame Monaco because of the MUCH lower price. I've made 20-30 fires so far, and so far we love it! It warms the house and the fire looks great. The firebox is plenty big, the doors are solid and seal airtight. We went with the fresh air intake to make it more efficient. I've seen the glass get dirty but that happens less and less as I'm learning how to burn it HOT, using seasoned wood placed in the rear of the unit, away from the doors. I had no problems with shipping/receiving, and the few extra parts I had to return was very easy as well.
Pros:
great price, love the look, love the heat! My wife and kids are happy and warm!

Flame Monaco
By
Bryan
from Romulus, Michiganon
November 2, 2012
I would recommend this item to a friend.
I had an efficient gas fireplace insert that I never used because gas is so expensive. I wanted a wood burning fireplace not only for the ability to burn wood cheaper, but also because the smell and look of natural wood is nicer. Burning wood is a lot cleaner than burning gas anyway. So I got the Flame Monaco. It was easy to install, and it's easy to use. Plus this unit is more efficient than having a natural wood burning fireplace. I can adjust the burn accordingly.
Pros:
I like that I can use this unit to heat my entire house.
Cons:
I dislike how dirty the windows get after each burn.

Review for
By
KAC
from on
February 12, 2011
We bought this stove for our own house. After looking at several different mfg's we selected this, mainly because of the double doors & price. We could not be happier - this stove throws some serious heat!



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