Drolet wood stoves are great. That's why shopping for large capacity, great functionality, and unbeatable cost-effective heaters often lead homeowners right to a Drolet wood stove. Drolet specializes in the design of residential heating appliances using wood, pellets, and biomass as it's primary fuel. Drolet's pedestal mounted, metallic black heating appliances are a huge hit with homeowners. One look at their drolet wood stoves and you'll see why.
A Drolet wood stove is approved by the EPA for their efficiency of operation and low emissions. Don't be fooled, though, the firebox in a Drolet heater is capable of producing an impressive amount of BTU's per hour. Just ask the thousands and thousands of homeowners who rely on Drolet stoves to heat all sorts of homes. They depend on a Drolet because the metallic black, pedestal-mounted units provides quality heat in a manner that is EPA approved for efficiency, and mobile home approved because it's so safe.
Can the fire box be separated from the base to install legs on it so it will fit inside a fireplace?
No. Drolet models are either made as stoves (freestanding with legs or a pedestal) or as inserts (no legs or pedestal, for installation inside an existing masonry/brick fireplace). There is no proper way to convert a Drolet stove into an insert.
Submitted by:Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 11, 2019