Free shipping
Low Price
View Cart

    Tax Credit Eligible Fireplace Inserts

    At the end of 2015, the U.S. government extended the tax credit for biomass (wood or pellet-burning) stoves and inserts as stated in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. These woodburning inserts have a thermal efficiency rating of at least 75% and therefore qualify for a $300 tax credit if purchased between January 1, 2015 (retroactive) and December 31, 2016. To obtain this credit, you will need to complete the IRS Form 5695 and include your sales receipt for the insert with your tax return.
    Related Articles
    Ask & Answer
    Ask a Specialist
    By John from Riverdale, NJ on December 18, 2016
    I currently have a pre-fab fireplace, and would like to have an insert installed. What are my options?
    By Will M. on December 19, 2016

    First, you will need to locate the make and model number of your existing fireplace, if the original product literature is no longer available. With this information, you will be able to determine if your current fireplace is approved for use with a solid fuel burning insert.

    Refine by
    Shipping Options
    Fireplace Type
    Fuel Type
    Vent Type
    Max BTU Output
    Specific Use
    Sign Up for our Newsletter

    Let Our Experts Design
    Your Venting System


    Find the Right Gas Logs
    For Your Fireplace

    Sign-up for our Email!
    Enter your email for new arrivals and special offers.