By Alan from Alanta, GA on January 30, 2014
Do you have any models with a side discharge with a top elevation of 20"? I want one to sit on my existing fireplace hearth, and vent into my existing flue.
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 30, 2014
Answer:My apologies, but all of the wood stoves we offer now are top vent models. We do still carry wood burning circulators with a side discharge, but their flue collar is 24 inches off of the floor, with an overall appliance height of just under 3 feet. I apologize that I do not have a unit to fit your needs.
By John from Bath, NC on October 20, 2014
How is draft controlled in this stoves?
By eFireplaceStore on October 21, 2014
Answer:While it depends on the stove, most EPA stoves use a sliding air control that has a direct effect on the burn rate. The units will have an internal baffle system that restricts the release of combustion byproducts to the chimney system, eliminating the need for a traditional damper.
By Tiffany from Boone, North Carolina on October 23, 2013
I have a wood stove in my basement with a duct above the stove that is suppose to allow heat up into our home. How can we push more heat up through the vent?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 24, 2013
Answer:Is the end of the duct open to the space above the wood stove? If so, an inline fan could be purchased and installed so that more air is pulled from the area above the stove and into the home. It would even be possible to have a thermal switch installed so that the fan comes on at a certain temperature and turns off again once the stove cools down.