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    US Stove Medium EPA-Certified Wood-Burning Fireplace Insert

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    List Price: $1,969.99
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    • Attractive black finish
    • Heavy cast iron feed door with cool-touch stainless steel handle
    • Air-washed ceramic glass provides a clear view of the fire
    • Firebrick lining boots efficiency and heating capacity
    • Ultra-quiet 150 cfm blower
    • EPA certified in all states
    • Approved for use in California and Washington
    • Three-year warranty for firebox, flue collar, and door; one-year warranty on other components
    Specifications:
    • Product Dimensions: 26.5" W x 21.5" H x 20" D
    • Surround dimensions: 44" wide by 32" high
    • Heating Capacity: 1,800 sq. ft.
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    Venting Components

    Below is a list of chimney components that are compatible with this item. If you are comfortable picking the components that you need for venting this item, please choose from the items below. If you need any help at all, please use our FREE advice from our certified fireplace specialists.

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    DuraFlex 6 Inch Diameter x 15 Foot Long Kit of 304-Alloy Light Chimney Liner
    DuraFlex 6 Inch Diameter x 15 Foot Long Kit of 304-Alloy Light Chimney Liner
    (1 Review)
    With DuraVent DuraFlex, you know you're saving money and getting one of the best chimney liner systems out there at the same time. This component is no exception, a 6-inch inner diameter x 15-foot long DuraFlex liner kit that includes a CollarPlate with clamp band, rain cap with clamp band, and connector adaptor. This item is designed for use with other DuraVent DuraFlex pipes and components with a 6 inch inner diameter. Complete your DuraVent DuraFlex installation with this handy kit!


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    DuraFlex 6 Inch Diameter x 20 Foot Long Kit of 304-Alloy Light Chimney Liner
    DuraFlex 6 Inch Diameter x 20 Foot Long Kit of 304-Alloy Light Chimney Liner
    (4 Reviews)
    It's great to know that one of the most inexpensive light liner systems on the market comes in these handy kits, saving the expense of having to buy several components. This Light Chimney Liner Kit includes a 6-inch inner diameter x 20-foot long DuraFlex liner, a collar plate with clamp band, a rain cap with clamp band , and connector adaptor. Made from 304Ti Alloy stainless steel, this kit is a durable addition to your DuraFlex DuraVent system.


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    DuraFlex 6 Inch Diameter x 25 Foot Long Kit of 304-Alloy Light Chimney Liner
    DuraFlex 6 Inch Diameter x 25 Foot Long Kit of 304-Alloy Light Chimney Liner
    (1 Review)
    Sturdy, safe, and strong, Duraflex is also one of the least expensive light liner systems on the market. This One of the least expensive light liner systems on the market kit of DuraVent 304Ti Alloy stainless steel DuraFlex Light liner includes a 6-inch inner diameter x 25-foot long DuraFlex liner, Collar Plate with clamp band, Rain cap with clamp band, and Connector adaptor. It is for use with other DuraVent DuraFlex pipes and components with a 6 inch inner diameter


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    DuraFlex 6 Inch Diameter x 30 Foot Long Kit of 304-Alloy Light Chimney Liner
    DuraFlex 6 Inch Diameter x 30 Foot Long Kit of 304-Alloy Light Chimney Liner
    You'll love this kit for one of the least expensive light liner systems on the market. DuraFlex combines exceptional quality with economical prices to produce a stellar lining product. This kit includes 6-inch inner diameter x 30-foot long DuraFlex liner, a Collar Plate with clamp band, and a Rain cap with clamp band. It's all constructed from DuraVent 304Ti Alloy stainless steel, ensuring that this phenomenal light chimney liner kit will stand the test of time!


    List Price: $759.99    Sale Price: $614.89
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    DuraFlex 6 Inch Diameter x 35 Foot Long Kit of 304-Alloy Light Chimney Liner
    DuraFlex 6 Inch Diameter x 35 Foot Long Kit of 304-Alloy Light Chimney Liner
    On the market for a chimney liner system that works great without breaking the budget? Then take a look at this 6 Inch Diameter x 35 Foot Long Kit of 304-Alloy Light Chimney Liner from DuraFlex DuraVent. It's one of the least expensive light liner systems on the market. This is for use exclusively with other DuraVent DuraFlex pipes and components with a 6 inch inner diameter. It includes a 6-inch inner diameter x 35-foot long DuraFlex liner, Collar Plate with clamp band, Rain cap with clamp band, and Connector adaptor.


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    6 inch x 25-ft. HomeSaver UltraPro Chimney Liner Insulation Kit
    6 inch x 25-ft. HomeSaver UltraPro Chimney Liner Insulation Kit
    (3 Reviews)
    6 inch x 25-ft. HomeSaver UltraPro Chimney Liner Insulation Kits are perfect to supplement the separate purchase of a HomeSaver UltraPro chimney reliner of the size corresponding to the component kit. The kit does not include the reliner pipe, but it does include FlexWrap cut to correct length and wrap width, ArmorMesh, aluminum tape, a clamp kit, and spray adhesive.

    Absolutely everything you need to get your relining project started and finished except for the pipe. If you have the liner taken care of but you don't have the hardware to see the project all the way through, give your chimney liner installation the boost it needs by picking up a 6 inch x 25-ft. HomeSaver UltraPro Chimney Liner Insulation Kit before wasting any more steps.



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    6 inch x 30-ft. HomeSaver UltraPro Chimney Liner Insulation Kit
    6 inch x 30-ft. HomeSaver UltraPro Chimney Liner Insulation Kit
    (1 Review)
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    6 inch x 35-ft. HomeSaver UltraPro Chimney Liner Insulation Kit
    6 inch x 35-ft. HomeSaver UltraPro Chimney Liner Insulation Kit
    (1 Review)
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    HomeSaver UltraPro 6 inch Connector-Adaptor with Band
    HomeSaver UltraPro 6 inch Connector-Adaptor with Band
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    6 inch x 20-ft. HomeSaver UltraPro 316Ti Chimney Re-Liner Pipe
    6 inch x 20-ft. HomeSaver UltraPro 316Ti Chimney Re-Liner Pipe
    (2 Reviews)
    The 6 inch x 20-ft. HomeSaver UltraPro 316Ti Chimney Reliner Pipe is a direct reflection of HomeSaver UltraPro's custom machining and superior engineering. HomeSaver UltraPro chimney liners begin with .005-in. thick 316Ti stainless steel which is then vertically corrugated by high-tech machines. A patented roll-lock seam is applied that yields greater strength and increased flexibility compared to more traditional or generic chimney liner pipes.

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    6 inch x 25-ft. HomeSaver UltraPro 316Ti Alloy Chimney Re-Liner Pipe
    6 inch x 25-ft. HomeSaver UltraPro 316Ti Alloy Chimney Re-Liner Pipe
    (2 Reviews)
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    HomeSaver UltraPro reliner pipes are much easier to work with than other reliners, allowing for easier installation and, for chimney professionals, more installations per day than with other pipes. UltraPro pipes even comes ready to use out of the box, not a coiled, kinked mess like many reliners.

    HomeSaver UltraPro pipes are easy to work with, more reliable, and have a greater crush strength than similar pipes of even greater thickness. Homeowners and chimney professionals alike will agree that the 6 inch x 25-ft. HomeSaver UltraPro 316Ti Alloy Chimney Re-Liner Pipe is the safest, most convenient, and most effective reliner of its kind on the market.



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    HomeSaver Pro 316Ti Pre-Cut Liner - 6 inch x 30-ft.
    HomeSaver Pro 316Ti Pre-Cut Liner - 6 inch x 30-ft.
    When it comes to quality of manufacturing in the fireplace business, HomeSaver has developed a reputation that goes before it, making sure that not only you have tools that work but also that these tools are user friendly in all points. THe Pro 316Ti Pre-Cut Liner comes with the dimensions of 6 inches by 30 feet and will make sure that once it has been installed that your fireplace will give to everyone the service that rightly should be expected out of fireplace units.


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    6 inch x 35-ft. HomeSaver Ultrapro 316Ti Chimney Re-Liner Pipe
    6 inch x 35-ft. HomeSaver Ultrapro 316Ti Chimney Re-Liner Pipe
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    HomeSaver UltraPro 13 x 13 Collar Plate with Band Connection for 6 inch Chimney Liner
    HomeSaver UltraPro 13 x 13 Collar Plate with Band Connection for 6 inch Chimney Liner
    This Collar Plate with Band Connection by HomeSaver, is designed to be used with 6 inch UltraPro chimney liner pipes and components. This 13 x 13 collar plate features a top plate, storm collar, and top clamp - all in one unit, and.is made from 316-T1 alloy stainless steel construction, and supports the entire UltraPro installation. The built in clamp tightens with a screw driver and features a welded watertight seal for years to come.


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    HomeSaver UltraPro 18 x 18 Collar Plate with Band Connection for 6 inch Chimney Liner
    HomeSaver UltraPro 18 x 18 Collar Plate with Band Connection for 6 inch Chimney Liner
    Adding a top plate to the liner of your chimney can help protect the interior of your chimney lining from getting damaged by moisture or debris. This CollarPlate has the convenience of a top plate, top clamp, and storm collar all combined into one, and it can easily be installed with a simple screwdriver. The water tight seal that is created can protect the interior of your home from significant damage, and the standard size allows you to use this product with any 6 inch liner pipes.


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    HomeSaver UltraPro Rain Cap for Collarplate for 6 inch Chimney Liner
    HomeSaver UltraPro Rain Cap for Collarplate for 6 inch Chimney Liner
    (1 Review)
    This chimney rain cap serves as the top termination of your chimney liner pipe. This cap will keep out the rain, snow and debris that can inhibit the performance of your appliance. The cap attaches to the collar plate and is designed fo the six inch chimney liner. The cap has 3/4 inch mesh surrounding the top plate. An adjustable connection band allows the cap to be attached and loosened with nothing more than a screw driver.


    List Price: $71.99    Sale Price: $58.20
    Product Details
    Manufacturer: US Stove Company
    Part Number: 2200I
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: USS-2200I
    UPC: 00012685220017

    Features

    • Attractive black finish
    • Heavy cast iron feed door with cool-touch stainless steel handle
    • Air-washed ceramic glass provides a clear view of the fire
    • Firebrick lining boots efficiency and heating capacity
    • Ultra-quiet 150 cfm blower
    • EPA certified in all states
    • Approved for use in California and Washington
    • Three-year warranty for firebox, flue collar, and door; one-year warranty on other components
    Specifications:
    • Product Dimensions: 26.5" W x 21.5" H x 20" D
    • Surround dimensions: 44" wide by 32" high
    • Heating Capacity: 1,800 sq. ft.
    • Heat Output: up to 69,000 BTUs
    • Maximum Log Length: 18"
    • Flue Collar: 6"


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

    Quiet, efficient, and durable, the cast-iron wood-burning fireplace insert is a wise investment that you will not regret. The attractive black finish and surround with nickel trim compliment any style and decor while the air-washed ceramic glass allows a clear view of the enclosed fire. A cool-touch stainless handle permits easy access to the fire without the threat of a burn. The ultra-quiet 150 cfm blower maximizes heat efficiency without the extra noise while the firebrick lining increases the heating capabilities.

    Tax Credit Eligibility: Consumers who purchase a qualifying biomass (wood or pellet-burning) appliance are eligible for a $300 tax credit through an extension of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. This unit is eligible for this credit; this model has a thermal efficiency rating of at least 75%. If you have purchased or are planning to purchase and install any of these models from January 1, 2015 (retroactive) until December 31, 2016, you can complete the IRS Form 5695 and include your sales receipt and file it with your tax return to earn the $300 credit.

    Customer Questions & Answers
    By Shane from WV on September 17, 2015
    What are the dimensions of the shelf above the door the protrudes out from the surround of this US Stove medium EPA-certified wood-burning fireplace insert? Could I set an Ecofan heat powered wood stove fan that is 6 inches deep on this shelf? If not, how about the depth of the shelf directly above the blower unit?
    By Chris C. on September 17, 2015

    Answer:
    The flashing offers some adjustment so that the insert can be set further into the room if clearances allow. Per the manufacturer, you will have 8.5" atop the insert at most with the flashing recessed. This would allow for an Ecofan to be set on the insert.

    By George from Michigan on February 17, 2013
    Does the adjustable surround have to be used?
    By Tommy H. on February 18, 2013

    Answer:
    The surround is a decorative element designed to cover the exposed space between the insert and the existing fireplace. If you prefer, you may use your own non-combustible surround.

    By Henry from Atlanta, GA on September 9, 2015
    The depth of my unit is 15 inches from back to front of my fireplace. Your US Stove medium EPA-certified wood-burning fireplace insert has a 20" depth. Will this be a problem?
    By Will M. on September 9, 2015

    Answer:
    The required minimum depth for installation of this insert is 15 1/2", so this insert will not work. The Osburn 1100 only requires a minimum depth of 13".

    By Bruce from Philadelphia, PA on February 28, 2013
    Will the insert need a HomeSaver UltraPro 45 Degree Elbow, since the insert connection is not vertical?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on March 1, 2013

    Answer:
    That is correct. The HomeSaver elbow will act as both an elbow and an appliance adapter, allowing you to attach your liner direct to it with the included band connection.

    By Greg from Fayetville, GA on October 3, 2014
    I had a fire place insert at a different house that i lived at and the glass kept breaking. Do know what would have caused this?
    By eFireplaceStore on October 3, 2014

    Answer:
    There are a few issues that can cause this to happen. The first and most common is due to a rapid temperature increase. If the insert is heated to quickly and the door closed too soon, rapid expansion can cause the glass to break. Another issue is improper mounting. If the glass is cut too tightly or if the retaining frame is too tight, the glass can crack. The last issue is in regards to the door frame it self. Some poor quality castings can warp and deform if they get past a certain temperature, causing the glass to break.

    By Bob from Illinois on February 7, 2014
    What is the heating efficiency rating on this unit?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 7, 2014

    Answer:
    Per the manufacturer, this unit has an expected efficiency rating of 79%.

    By Billy from Moran, TX on November 7, 2013
    My wife and I have purchased a home (it is one year old). It has a wood burning fireplace but puts out absolutely no heat at all. We would like to install an insert but everywhere I look it says not to install in a manufactured home but our home came from the
    factory with a fireplace. So, can I (since the home already has a fireplace) install this insert? And if not, why?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 7, 2013

    Answer:
    Unfortunately, wood burning inserts cannot be used in a manufactured or mobile home. This issue arises with the codes pertaining to wood burning appliances in a manufactured home. Every wood burning appliance must be anchored, grounded, and must have a dedicated source of outside air for combustion. Wood burning inserts are not designed with any of these features. They cannot be properly anchored in a manufactured fireplace, they do not have provisions for outside air, and do not have a dedicated grounding point.

    While the insert could physically be used in the manufactured fireplace, it would not meet fire code and would not be covered by insurance. Your best option would be to discontinue use of the wood burning fireplace and install an free standing wood burning stove. We have several stoves that meet all the criteria necessary for modular homes. If this may be a suitable option, I will be happy to assisting in selecting a model for your needs.

    By Zach from Columbus, OH on September 25, 2014
    Is this the same as the US Stove 2200i?

    By eFireplaceStore on September 26, 2014

    Answer:
    This is indeed the 2200i wood burning insert, which is based on the same chassis as the 2500 free standing wood stove.

    By Paul from MI on November 16, 2014
    Why can't I just put a regular wood stove in my fireplace? Can I hook up a stainless liner up through the chimney and close the air gap between the liner and the chimney flue?
    By eFireplaceStore on November 17, 2014

    Answer:
    You can indeed do this, if your fireplace opening is large enough to house a free standing stove. Many customers I have worked with have completed such an installation without any issues.

    By Gabriel from Perris, CA on April 17, 2014
    I am told my fireplace is a "prefab" I have no idea what that is. I am looking for a wood burning fireplace insert that is CA certified that will work with a prefab. How do you tell which one is for a prefab?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on April 18, 2014

    Answer:
    The term "prefab" is referring to your fireplace being a sheet metal unit that is factory assembled, as opposed to a brick and mortar (masonry) fireplace that is site built. Prefabricated boxes are limited on the fireplace inserts that they can use. This is due to their generally smaller size and the fact that they must be listed to use a fireplace insert. There should be a metal build plate or tag that is located on the upper smoke shelf, the left or right side of the opening, or in the bottom of the unit. The plate will have a model number and manufacturer name printed or stamped onto it. If you will, please provide this information at your convenience. I look forward to assisting you further.

    By Debbie from Locust, NC on October 22, 2013
    Can you give me the dimensions of the door and actual viewing size in sq.ft.?
    By Chris on October 22, 2013

    Answer:
    The viewing area is 2.25 square feet.

    By BJ Pulkkinen from USA on February 18, 2013
    I am looking to purchase parts for the 2200i. The fiber board on the ceiling of the firebox crumbled (part numbers 88158 and 88159.) I am not sure how this happened as the wood insert is only four months old.

    Could you lead me in the right direction? The US Stove Company website only offers a handful of parts for this stove but list the part numbers as 88158 and 88159.
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 19, 2013

    Answer:
    I apologize for the rapid deterioration of your fiber baffles. Usually these items will last for several seasons before needing replacement, although very hot fires can cause them to crumble more quickly.

    By Slade from Austin, TX on November 24, 2013
    Are any of your units designed to fit within a manufactured fireplace, or to take the place of one? Our's is a Superior BR-36-2 that is roughly 8 inches off the floor.
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 25, 2013

    Answer:
    While many of our wood burning inserts are able to be installed into manufactured fireplaces, it primarily depends on the manufactured unit itself as to what can be done. When the units are raised off the floor, as yours is, the installation is not advised unless a raised hearth can be built to help support the insert.

    By Tom from Roanoke, VA on February 8, 2014
    Is this stove approve for mobile homes? I have a model Q36M insert right now.
    By Chris on February 9, 2014

    Answer:
    Unfortunately, this model is not approved for use in mobile homes. The best way to find our inserts approved for use in mobile homes, simply type "mobile home inserts" in the search box on our main page. Additionally, per the owner's manual I was able to locate, they advise against the use of a fireplace insert within this unit.

    By Jen from Connecticut on October 9, 2012
    Does the blower turn on and off with temperature levels, or is it manually-controlled?
    By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on October 9, 2012

    Answer:
    Yes, the blower turns on and off according to the temperature in the firebox. There is also a rheostat knob on the unit for variable speed control. You can use this knob to keep the blower off as well.

    By D from Michigan on November 3, 2013
    What are the overall dimensions of the surround?
    By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on November 4, 2013

    Answer:
    The flashing that is included with the insert measures 44 7/32" wide and 32" high.

    By Earl from Bowie, MD on December 21, 2013
    Will this work in a prefab fireplace? It's not a brick and mortar fireplace.
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 23, 2013

    Answer:
    The insert has no restrictions against being used in a prefab fireplace, however the fireplace itself must be rated for use with an insert and have enough space to accommodate both the insert and the liner adapter. If you would like to provide the manufacturer name and the model number of the prefab fireplace, I will be happy to look into the possibility of using this insert with the unit.

    By Frank from Bronxville, NY on September 20, 2015
    Does this US Stove medium EPA-certified wood-burning fireplace insert heat effectively without electricity or in a situation when the power is out?
    By Will M. on September 21, 2015

    Answer:
    All fireplace inserts will utilize blowers that will require 120v and will not function in the event of a power outage, however, all wood inserts will provide radiant heat in addition to natural convection in the event of a power outage. The blower only aids in natural convection.

    By Kenny from Beloit, WI on October 17, 2014
    What is the size of the firebox in cubic feet?
    By eFireplaceStore on October 17, 2014

    Answer:
    This unit has a firebox that measures 1.2 cubic feet and can accept 18 inch logs.

    By Scott from Portland, OR on May 22, 2013
    The rock wall surrounding my fireplace is not flat, how would the surround fit flush?
    By Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on May 24, 2013

    Answer:
    Unfortunately, there is no quick solution to this issue. The best option would be to build up a smooth area on the irregular stone face with castable cement. Castable cement can be formed into any shape and does not require heat to cure. These features make it a great medium for creating a flat, smooth surface where there was once not one.

    By Joe from Overton, NE on April 28, 2013
    If I want to install this insert, what are the minimum dimensions that my fireplace needs to have?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on April 29, 2013

    Answer:
    For installation into a fireplace, this product requires the following dimensions:

    Width - 27 1/32
    Height - 22 1/4
    Depth - 15 1/2

    Any additional room to be had is ideal, as the insert has a 45 degree vent outlet and will be a bit tight to fit into a fireplace with the exact height and depth dimensions listed above.

    By Joanne from Monticello, GA on October 10, 2013
    Does this insert have an ash pan? Is this an Ashley insert?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 10, 2013

    Answer:
    This unit does not have a dedicated ash drawer, although it does have an ash lip that is designed to facilitate ash removal. US Stove did purchase the Ashley brand, however this unit is manufactured under the US Stove line.

    By Larry from Leroy, AL on September 13, 2015
    Do I need to remove the existing fire door and chain assembly of my fireplace to install this US Stove medium EPA-certified wood-burning fireplace insert? Also, what are the required opening dimensions for this insert?
    By eFireplaceStore on September 14, 2015

    Answer:
    To install an insert, the existing screen mesh and door assembly will indeed have to be removed. For this model, the required fireplace opening dimensions will be 23 inches tall, 29 inches wide, and 14 inches deep.

    By Robert from Chesapeake, VA on April 27, 2015
    How much does this US Stove wood burning fireplace insert weigh with the surround?
    By Tyler M. on April 27, 2015

    Answer:
    This insert and surround has a total shipping weight of 305 lbs.

    By Mike from Boston, MA on December 2, 2015
    The depth of my chimney is about 19.25". Would this US Stove medium EPA-certified wood-burning fireplace insert still work with my chimney even though the depth of this unit is approx 20"?
    By Tyler M. on December 2, 2015

    Answer:
    For installation into a fireplace, this product requires the following dimensions:

    Width - 27 1/32
    Height - 22 1/4
    Depth - 15 1/2

    The depth required is less than 20" because some of the insert is designed to sit out on the hearth in front of the fireplace opening.

    By David from Fairfeild, Ohio on January 26, 2012
    I can see the dimensions of the insert but I could not find the dimensions of the liner.
    By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on January 26, 2012

    Answer:
    This insert will utilize 6" diameter stainless steel liner to vent up your chimney. Please see this link as an example of such liner:

    Liner

    By Scott from Portland, OR on May 28, 2013
    How would the surround work with an uneven rock hearth?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on May 29, 2013

    Answer:
    In regards to uneven rock surfaces, the stone joints must be floated with a layer of refractory cement to build up a smooth surface that can accommodate the surround. If the hearth is made of cast stone, it can be ground down to offer a smooth surface as well, but this is usually a more labor intensive option.

    By Michael from Sudbury, MA on November 26, 2013
    Does this stove qualify for the tax rebate?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 26, 2013

    Answer:
    This product does indeed meet the requirements for the biomass tax rebate. You would simply need to submit for the rebate on your 2013 taxes by filling out the supplemental heating form and submitting a copy of proof of purchase and installation.

    By Ryan from Pittsburgh, PA on November 30, 2014
    The owner's manual states that this insert requires a minimum depth of 14 inches. Is this the depth of the bottom of the fireplace or the top of the fireplace?
    By eFireplaceStore on December 1, 2014

    Answer:
    The depth measurement of 14 inches is required from the base of the insert, up to the entire 22 1/4 inch height, as the back of the insert is flat and does not taper forward until the flue collar. However, the depth must continue to be maintained even at the flue collar, in order to accommodate the 45 degree elbow to vent the unit up into the chimney.

    By James from Whitwell, TN on February 6, 2016
    Which way is the air inlet control to be placed for maximum fire output?

    By eFireplaceStore on February 19, 2016

    Answer:
    Per the manufacturer, full right is open and full left is closed.

    By Carrie Lewis from Portland, OR on March 14, 2012
    What all comes with this insert? How much is the metal part behind the insert? I need like a 32 inch metal backing. How much more for that?
    By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on March 15, 2012

    Answer:
    This insert comes complete with the flashing/surround piece you see behind the insert in the picture, as well as the nickel trim.

    The flashing that is included with the insert measures 44 7/32" wide and 32" high.

    By Jeanette from Bloomington, IL on October 8, 2015
    Can this US Stove medium EPA-certified wood burning fireplace insert be used in a prefabricated fireplace?
    By Will M. on October 9, 2015

    Answer:
    Yes, but the fireplace must be wood burning and the minimum internal firebox dimensions required for installation must be met. Further details for installing this insert into a prefabricated wood fireplace are provided on page 4 of this installation manual.

    By Kim from St. Louis, MO on August 2, 2012
    I have a two-story with an existing fireplace opening on the first floor where I am thinking about installing an insert. Would a flue pipe need to be installed up through the existing chimney or would the present open fireplace fire brick flue be sufficient?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on August 2, 2012

    Answer:
    Unless the existing flue is no larger than 7" around, you will most likely need to install a flexible liner up the length of the chimney. Usually, clay flue tiles are much larger than the 6" outlet on the insert and this causes the flue gases to condense and cool very quickly, causing poor performance.

    Please verify your flue tile size when you have a moment. I will be happy to assist you in assembling a quote for a liner, if it will be needed.

    By Pat from OH on November 21, 2014
    How many cubic feet is the inside of this unit?
    By Chris C. on November 21, 2014

    Answer:
    This unit has a firebox that measures 1.2 cubic feet capable of accepting up to an 18" log.
    By Elizabeth from Monticello, IN on November 21, 2014

    Answer:
    1.5 cubic feet (it is very small on the inside, however it does work wonders in our home).

    By Joe from AL on January 10, 2016
    What is the panel in the top of this US Stove medium EPA-certified wood-burning fireplace insert for? If keeps falling out on my unit. Does it need to be in there or can I just leave it out?
    By Will M. on January 11, 2016

    Answer:
    Please identify the part on page 14 of this installation manual for further guidance. If this is one of the fiber boards or fiber blanket, this must remain in place.

    By Carrie from Denver, CO on September 22, 2014
    How far does this 'stick out' from the wall? I would really like something more flush with the existing fireplace as the room is pretty small.
    By eFireplaceStore on September 24, 2014

    Answer:
    Per the manufacturer, the measured depth from the flashing to the end of the blower housing is 10 1/2 inches. Although it is more costly, the Napoleon Deluxe EPA Wood Burning Fireplace Insert Complete Package Deal is a higher quality unit with less projection. Unlike most inserts, this model features an internal blower that gives the front a cleaner appearance. As such, this model has only 3 1/2 inches of projection into the room, when adjusted to have the flashing as far forward as possible.

    By Laurel from Alamogordo, NM on September 6, 2015
    How big is the surround for this US Stove medium EPA-certified wood-burning fireplace insert?
    By Will M. on September 8, 2015

    Answer:
    The surround measures 44" W x 32" H.

    By Dieter from Aspen, CO on October 30, 2013
    I will need a liner for this insert. What size would go with this? Would it be 6 inch stainless steel flex? I understand that you have a kit for this with the top plate
    and connectors too. I think I talked to you the other day, but I could not find this kit here.
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 31, 2013

    Answer:
    This item does indeed use a 6" stainless steel 304 or 316 grade flex liner. The unit can be vented with one of our low cost DuraFlex kits, such as the DuraFlex 6 Inch Diameter x 15 Foot Long Kit of 304-Alloy Light Chimney Liner.

    By Perry from Woodlands, TX on September 16, 2014
    How easy of an install is this? I am very hands on and can figure out a lot but is this something only a professional installer can do?
    By eFireplaceStore on September 16, 2014

    Answer:
    Wood burning inserts are among the most straightforward of hearth appliances to install. As long as your chimney is in good condition, a handy individual can complete the installation. The biggest challenge is lifting the insert into the fireplace opening. Installation of the liner, top plate, and cap is relatively simple.

    By tim from Minneapolis on November 15, 2012
    Do you know of a wood burning insert with an ash dump in its floor?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 15, 2012

    Answer:
    Unfortunately, we do not offer a product with a built-in ash dump. Because of the construction of an insert, it is not common for them to have this design feature. I am not familiar with a version that is equipped in this way.

    By Jim from Edgewood, WA on August 30, 2015
    Do I need to have a professional install this US Stove medium EPA-certified wood-burning fireplace insert for me?
    By eFireplaceStore on August 31, 2015

    Answer:
    It is highly recommended that you work with a local installer to put this unit into place. A reputable local contractor or licensed handyman service will be your best place to start. They will have the experience required to safely mount the unit and pass the chimney system through the framing and roof decking.

    By Brian from Greenbelt, MD on January 28, 2014
    What does it mean that this stove is "approved for use in California and Washington"? Can it be used in other states?
    By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on January 28, 2014

    Answer:
    Yes, this stove is suitable for use in all 50 United States and Canada. California and Washington are specifically mentioned because those states have the strictest standards for emissions generated by solid-fuel burning appliances such as wood stoves and inserts.

    By Matthew from East Hampton, New York on February 5, 2014
    Is the 6 inch vent at the top or the back of the unit?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 5, 2014

    Answer:
    This model is designed with a "slantback" chassis. As such, the flue collar is set on a 45 degree angle.

    By Debbie from Locust, NC on October 25, 2013
    What is the length and width of the glass viewing area on this insert?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 29, 2013

    Answer:
    Per the manufacturer, the glass viewing area for this particular unit is 14 inches wide by 9 inches in height.

    By Jesse from Hot Springs, VA on September 30, 2015
    Is this US Stove medium EPA-certified wood-burning fireplace insert or any other wood burning fireplace inserts safe to install in a manufactured home?
    By Brennan W. on September 30, 2015

    Answer:
    It is not recommended that a wood burning insert be installed in a fireplace in a manufactured home.

    By Tom from SD on January 28, 2014
    Can we convert our gas burning fireplace insert to a wood burning insert?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 29, 2014

    Answer:
    It may indeed be possible to convert your gas burning unit for a wood burning application, if the unit was originally designed for use with wood and is simply retrofit ready for gas.

    By Ron from Talala, OK on November 17, 2013
    My fireplace was built and designed for a Free Heat Machine insert. It has plenty of room for your insert. No special venting was need with the other insert. Will your insert require any special venting or air intake?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 18, 2013

    Answer:
    This insert will have a built in air control, as would any similar insert. An outside air intake is not needed for this model. As for venting, the unit does require a 6 inch flexible flue liner to be used. Being an EPA unit, the flue temperatures will be much lower than other models. The 6 inch liner will ensure that the unit will draft properly.

    By Butch from Beacon, New York on December 14, 2011
    If I directly hook up a chimney liner to the insert, do I need to insulate the liner in the masonry chimney?
    By Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on December 14, 2011

    Answer:
    While it is recommended to insulate chimney liners, it is not a requirement. Insulation will maintain the high flue temperatures needed for a strong draft. It will also provide appropriate clearance to combustibles.

    By Bruce Teifer from Long Island, NY on November 16, 2012
    What additional chimney piping is required?
    By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on November 16, 2012

    Answer:
    You will need 6" diameter stainless steel chimney liner to connect to this insert and run up the length of your existing chimney, along with a collar plate and cap.

    You can see the appropriate options in the "Venting Components" tab on this item page. We also recommend insulating the liner with the HomeSaver insulation kits, also available in the "Venting Components" tab.

    Customer Reviews
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    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    US Stove Fireplace Insert
    By
    gorj
    from Arkansason
    February 21, 2014
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    The US Stove model 22001 fireplace insert is a very good wood burning heater. Like so many claims of products sold today, you have to take with a grain of salt. The claimed BTU output and the total heating area are inflated. Even the EPA card that comes with the stove shows a BTU rating less than half the advertised rating by US Stove. But then maybe the stove is able to achieve the advertised rating with some kind of wood that most of us do not have available! With red or white oak firewood the stove puts out good heat. It took me about a week to get the formula correct for the most heat from the least wood. The wood needs to be dry; aged for at least a year outside with a cover on the top. Fresh cut wood is difficult to burn. Also it is best to cut the wood about 16 to 17 inches long. Anything longer and you will have to stick one end around the edge of the door opening for it to fit inside. The cavity is small! I have discovered that one needs to have a good bed of hot coals before adding logs. I have found that splitting logs into smaller sizes burns better. About a 3-4 inch wide piece of wood works best. When starting a fire, open the damper full to the right. Use very thin pieces of soft wood (kindling) to start the fire. I use a triggered propane torch to light mine. With the door barely cracked open, let the kindling get a good burn going until it starts to make coals; then add larger pieces of wood and close the door. I have three different types of wood. Kindling, pieces about 1 to 2 inches, and logs about 3-4 inches. Once you have the logs burning for 1/2 hour, turn on the fan. For hotter output leave the damper all the way open. For a warmer, longer burn close the damper some. I usually close the damper about 1/3 to 1/2 during the day and all the way at night. The more the damper is open, the more wood used. With the damper about 3/4 open I use about one 3-4 inch X 17 inch log every hour. At night I can load about 3 logs in it and it will put out heat for about four hours. There are still hot coals in the morning, but no heat. I believe that heat from the stove would fill the room better if the 150 CFM fan were boosted up to a 200 or so CFM fan. I installed this stove in an existing fireplace that used three times as much wood and put out even less heat. I am heating an area that is about 950 square feet with an 18 foot vaulted ceiling. The stove can keep the room at about 68 degrees when the outside temperature is 30 degrees. Installation went very well with the only time consuming stage was fitting an adaptor from the stove to my stainless steel flue. It is a well built American made stove that I would recommend as a replacement to an existing open hearth fireplace. If you do not have free access to wood, as I do, then I would suggest a pellet stove insert. I have one in my master bedroom and it puts out masses of heat with little attention - just add pellets every other day or so, and clean out the ashes every few days. Of course you do have to purchase pellets!
    Pros:
    Good Price. Burns less wood than open fireplace. Comes with surround plates.
    Cons:
    Less than advertised output. Fan output too low.

    US Stove Insert
    By
    Vincent Ramirez
    from Calif.on
    September 14, 2013
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    This insert is a great insert and this was the best price on the stove. This stove is the only stove I found with a 3 year warrenty
    Pros:
    It made the whole room look better with this stove in
    Cons:
    I haven't found anything that I haven't like yet

    Great Heating the House
    By
    Claire Gomez
    from South Dakotaon
    November 10, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    The installation work was all performed by a chimney expert. He was so pleased with this product that he recommends it now to all of his customers who find themselves looking around for a small insert. This stove is more than capable of putting out an extraordinary amount of heat. The blower is a little bit noisy, but you can easily substitute it with a ceiling fan.

    Great Unit Overall
    By
    Russell Mccormick
    from Floridaon
    October 12, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    I am quite pleased with this product and the results it has had in our home. I am particularly interested in seeing the effect it has on the electric bill. This product has been so good I have not had to use my heat a single time since I purchased and began using it. I live in a one story ranch house, and this product is able to heat everything, aided particularly with the blower system. It can burn 3 to four hours without needing to reload, and at night, I put the stove down a third and am able to wake up in the morning with coals that are still quite warm. If you have a small house or a large room and are looking for a stove to do the job, then look no further because this is it.

    Apples to Oranges
    By
    jerry
    from Rockbridge, oh.on
    July 10, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    After hours of fact finding and review of stoves and prices, it is my opinion that this stove, model 22001 is the best stove with the best price of any on the market today. I have not actually used it yet, so judgement will have to wait until cooler weather. Hopefully I will not be disappointed.

    Get Great Product at a Bargain Price
    By
    Pablo Wells
    from New Jerseyon
    March 10, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    This is a product that I am quite happy with both when it comes to the price as well as its inherent quality. I looked around several times for the lowest offer, purchasing it when it became clear what it was. I eventually wound up getting free delivery an a veterans discount to go along with it. My biggest initial fear was excessive fan noise, but even running it on high it is not unbearably loud. The one downside is that since the fan is electric, and the majority of this product is in the fireplace, it is almost useless during a power failure.

    Satisfied Customer
    By
    Ed Hardy
    from Washingtonon
    May 10, 2011
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    We installed this stove about two weeks ago, and so far we are very pleased with the results. The price is almost impossible to beat, and the quality is excellent. I have it installed currently in my vacation home, and I feel I can say with confidence that this stove is on a par with the one in my regular home that I paid double for several years ago. Initially I had several reservations about this product when I bought it, but I am happy to say that my fears were abated when it arrived. Be sure to burn it the first time outside, since it will smell.

    Doubts Contradicted
    By
    Meghan Mendoza
    from Ohioon
    May 3, 2011
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Initially, the low pricing of this stove gave me some doubts about whether or not it would be expedient to purchase it. I originally had to modify my chimney to properly accommodate the stove. Once this task was finished, I turned the stove on and it was able to heat my home up within an hour. This stove is so good that we are no able to go to parts of the house that previously were much too cold.

    Lots of Positives
    By
    Gerald Sherman
    from Tennesseeon
    January 26, 2011
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    This stove was easy to install and is excellent when it comes to heating, but it also comes with a few problems. The screws for the fan installation did not fit properly, and the finish is a little on the delicate side.

    Great Value at a Terrific Price
    By
    Charlene Owens
    from Michiganon
    November 30, 2010
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    When the package arrived, I was dismayed to discover that the delivery crate was broken. Some of the included hardware was missing, and the instructions were not clear to follow, but the results have been excellent.

    Hardware Issues
    By
    Eva Willis
    from Kansason
    July 3, 2009
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    All in all, I am quite happy with the results that can be achieved with this stove. The instructions manual was a little bit of a challenge to follow, and some of the hardware did not properly fit where it was supposed to go. However, the nut and bolt set up is able to secure the sides much more effectively than I would have thought to be possible. I lost a good bit of time trying to get the hardware I had to work, before realizing what I had was inadequate and going to find something that actually could work.



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