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Bobbie from Oxford Ohio asked:
Is it safe to install an insert in a dual fireplace see-through fireplace?
Is it safe to install an insert in a dual fireplace see-through fireplace?
No, a one-sided fireplace insert should not be installed inside a two-sided unit unless the other side is appropriately sealed off and enclosed.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on Apr 20, 2023

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Eric from Susanville Ca asked:
How do I measure the fireplace for the correct fit of a wood burning insert?
How do I measure the fireplace for the correct fit of a wood burning insert?
You will need to measure the front width, rear width, height and depth of your fireplace opening. If you have a masonry fireplace with a taper where it is less deep at the top of the opening than it is at the bottom, you may need to consider the measurements of the insert you are considering.
Answered by: Will M.

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Bill from Hollisgton, MA asked:
How would you install the insert into an existing fireplace?  What kind of liner is required?
How would you install the insert into an existing fireplace? What kind of liner is required?
Wood burning and gas inserts alike will usually use a decorative metal surround to cover any additional space between the insert and the fireplace opening. The insert would simply be pushed into position, then the liner can be dropped down the chimney flue. Lastly, the surround can be attached.
Answered by: Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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Foo from 01201 asked:
Can an electric fireplace insert be put into a vented wood-burning stove that no longer uses wood heat?
Can an electric fireplace insert be put into a vented wood-burning stove that no longer uses wood heat?
An electric fireplace can be installed within an existing wood-burning fireplace as long as there's a nearby electrical supply, such as an electrical outlet within the firebox of the existing fireplace.
Answered by: Ashley H.

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About Fireplace Inserts

If you are interested in changing the look of your fireplace but do not want to start over from scratch, a fireplace insert may be a good option for you. Fireplace inserts are great for people who have an open masonry wood burning fireplace and want to upgrade to a gas or continue to burn wood with much greater heating efficiency. Also, the installation of an insert is much simpler than installing a brand new unit and venting system.

So many people choose this option when they want a low maintenance fireplace or want to switch to models that are better at providing heat than the traditional wood burning fireplace. So, if you are looking for an affordable, high efficiency option, check out our selection of fireplace inserts and see which one is right for you. See our Fireplace Insert Buyers Guide for more info. 

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