By Deborah Kanani from Comptche, California on January 5, 2012
Is this unit brick lined?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on January 5, 2012
Answer:Yes, please see page 39 of the owner's manual for a detailed view of the brick in this stove. The owner's manual is available for download on this product's page.
By Margaret from Indianapolis, IN on March 3, 2015
Can I leave the door of this stove open when burning or does it have a glass or screen door to watch the fire?
By Brennan W. on March 3, 2015
Answer:This stove is not meant to be operated with the door open. The door may only be kept open during the lighting process.
By Bob from Seattle, WA on June 15, 2013
Is the listed 233 lbs with or without firebricks?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on June 17, 2013
Answer:Per the manufacturer, the listed weight of 233 pounds includes the weight of the refractory bricks.
By Marcy from East Brady, PA on October 1, 2013
How much clearance does this stove require?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 1, 2013
Answer:This stove requires 16 inches of rear clearance, 21 inches of side clearance, 7 inches of clearance from the corners to a wall, and 58 inches of clearance from the top of the stove to a ceiling.
By john from West Virginia on January 5, 2013
I am interested in burn times for the Drolet stoves. Will the fire keep overnight?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 6, 2013
Answer:Drolet's extra small wood stoves typically have a maximum burn time of 6-8 hours, depending on the type of wood burned and the moisture content of the fuel. Unlike the larger stoves, they cannot hold enough fuel to support a longer burn.
By Terry from Phoenix, az on May 28, 2015
We live in a mobile home in Phoenix. Is there one that you would recommend over another?
By Will M. on May 28, 2015
While this is an excellent brand and I would highly recommend any Drolet stove, this product is not mobile home approved. However, we have a full selection of Mobile Home Approved Stoves
to choose from. I would recommend narrowing down your selection for a stove that will match the needed Btu output for your space. Please provide your square footage and we will be happy to make recommendations based on this information.
By Laura from NY on August 9, 2013
Is this stove mobile home approved?
By Dawn H. on August 9, 2013
Answer:No, it is not mobile home approved.
By Dan from Cleveland, Ohio on July 21, 2014
I wanted to purchase a woodburner that I could slide into my fireplace and shut the rod iron screen door and run a pipe up the chimney. Is this possible without getting a insert? I don't want to take away the look of the fireplace is the reason why. It's an brick arch and I like its look.
By Chris C. on July 22, 2014
Answer:Depending on the size of your fireplace, you may be able to use a wood burning stove within the space provided. If you can provide the overall dimensions of the fireplace opening, we may be able to find several suitable stoves that can be placed into the fireplace.
By Michael O'Leary from Richland, Oregon on February 5, 2012
What is the material the body of this stove is made from? I see the top is 1/4 inch, is the body also 1/4" steel?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on February 6, 2012
Answer:The body of this stove is made from various gauges of steel. The only specific information regarding the body of this stove is the top steel thickness of 1/4".
By Kathy from Bryan, Texas on November 23, 2013
How tall is this? Could I put it in front of a fireplace?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on November 25, 2013
Answer:This stove is 26" tall, and yes, it can be installed in front of an existing fireplace, on a noncombustible hearth, then vented up through the existing chimney.