By J spicer from detroit on March 27, 2012
I am looking for a wood burning stove that I can also cook on top of. what models that you sell have this ability?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on March 27, 2012
By Gustavo from Tampa,Fl on December 16, 2011
In how many cases will this stove be packed and what are its dimensions and weight?
Do you have international service, or you can send to Colombia this stove?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 16, 2011
Answer:This stove would come packed onto a single skid and could easy be sent out of country by a freight company of your choosing.
We do not offer international shipping services at this time, but could ship the unit free of charge to any lower 48 state location. You could then have a freight company pick the unit up and ship from there.
By Linda from Hamilton, Ohio on November 2, 2013
Is this the price for the stove only? Is the pipe extra? How hard is it to install? Do I need brick on the back wall?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 4, 2013
Answer:The listed pricing is indeed for the stove itself. Piping is not included as a package deal, as each application will vary. Installation of the piping requires a working knowledge of construction and building codes. It is recommended that an experienced contractor or handyman complete the installation of the venting. Wall protection is not needed if the minimum clearance of 12 inches from the back of the stove to the wall is met.
If you would like to provide the ceiling height of the room where the stove will be placed, the amount of attic space above, and the pitch of your roof, I will be happy to generate a piping quote for the unit.
By Terry from NY, NY on November 8, 2011
Do you need an existing chimney for this product, or is it vented out a different location?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on November 8, 2011
Answer:While you can indeed utilize an existing masonry chimney by using stovepipe and then a masonry thimble (if entering the chimney on the side) or simply using stovepipe and then liner (if going in through a masonry fireplace opening), this can also be vented with manufactured chimney.
You would start by using 6" stovepipe until you get to your ceiling or wall, then you would transition to class A chimney pipe at the ceiling support box or thimble, respectively. You would then need to go vertically with class A chimney pipe until you terminate at least 3 feet above your roof. We would be happy to assist you with a chimney quote if you can give us more information about how you want to vent this stove.
By John from Yaphank, NY on November 13, 2014
Does this wood burning stove come with a rear vent? If so, what is the height from the bottom of the vent pipe from the floor?
By eFireplaceStore on November 14, 2014
Answer:Unfortunately, no. EPA wood stoves rely on a catalyst or fiber baffles in order to create a recirculation effect within the firebox, creating their high efficiency. The design necessitates the flue collar being on the top of the unit. As such, rear flue collar stoves have nearly disappeared entirely from the market.
By Tina McIlhargie from Saginaw, MI on December 7, 2011
Approximately how many square feet will this stove heat?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 8, 2011
Answer:This particular stove is rated to heat a maximum of 2,000 square feet under high burn. Location of the stove within your home, insulation of the home, and height of your ceilings will all have effects on it's effectiveness.
By Greg from Hinckley, MN on January 8, 2015
Is this stove U.L. listed?
By Brennan W. on January 8, 2015
Answer:This unit is in fact listed to U.L. 1482 standards.
By Rick from NH on March 9, 2014
I would like some info on the napoleon 1400PL with a brown enamel finish. Do you carry this stove model?
By Chris on March 9, 2014
Answer:Unfortunately, the enamel models have been discontinued for some time now. We are unable to obtain the enamel finished stoves any longer.
By Robin from Eaton Rapids, Michigan on August 4, 2014
Can you cook on top of this unit?
By Tyler M. on August 4, 2014
While this stove can certainly get hot enough to provide some semblance of cooking ability, it is not designed for that particular purpose. However, we do recommend another model by Napoleon that is made to do just that; please see the Napoleon 1150P EPA Wood Gourmet Cook Stove
By Gilbert from New Jersey on December 10, 2012
Where can I guy the vent system for my wood stove?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on December 10, 2012
We would be happy to provide a quote with all the necessary venting components for your wood stove. Please fill out our Chimney Pipe Design & Quote Form
and we will reply with a quote as quickly as possible (usually the next business day).
By Chris from New Hampshire on February 4, 2012
Can the black louvres for the Napoleon 1400PL wood stove be purchased alone? If so, how much would it cost?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on February 6, 2012