How do I vent a small wood burning fireplace in walkout basement, if there is no chimney?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on July 29, 2013
If the fireplace can be located above grade, then the fireplace and chimney system could be enclosed in a decorative chase along the exterior of the home. However, if the fireplace is to be located below grade, the unit would need to be framed into a built out wall or casement. The chimney would then need to be run inside the home and concealed in a framed enclosure from floor to floor.
By Judy from ND on October 21, 2014
I have a cabin that is 375 square feet on the floor and 195 square feet in a loft. The rest is open to the loft. i am interested in your CSV30 direct vent natural gas stove that says it will heat 1200 square feet. We are in North Dakota so it is cold here. Will this stove be enough to heat this cabin?
By eFireplaceStore on October 21, 2014
This stove will indeed be sufficient to heat the space, as long as it is well insulated. I do not recommend using a horizontal vent kit with the stove, as the cold weather can cause operation issues on short horizontal runs. A vertical installation will be better for your application.
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