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    Wide Variety of Fireplaces

    You have decided that you want to have a fireplace in your home. The inviting gathering place and secondary source of heat are two great reasons to own one. However, as you search for the right one, you may think, which one? There are so many different types of fireplaces that it can almost feel overwhelming. At eFireplaceStore.com, we offer a broad range of models to fit all applications, large and small, simple or grand. We organize all available models into categories by unit type, giving an easy jumping off point to begin your search for the perfect fireplace online.
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    19 Questions & 19 Answers
    Hailey
    from Reno, NV asked:
    July 13, 2017
    How much chimney pipe do I need for my fireplace?
    1 Answer
    Due to the many differences between fireplace brands and types, there is no set minimum distance that can be referenced across the board. Many direct vent appliances require a minimum of 6 inches of horizontal vent or 2 to 3 feet of vertical vent. Wood burning fireplaces typically call for 15 feet of venting, which is measured from the base of the fireplace to the top of the chimney termination. There is also the 10/3/2 rule that pertains to wood burning fireplaces. The rule states that the chimney must extend 3 feet above the roof penetration on the upward side of the pipe, and the top of the chimney must be 2 feet higher than any portion of the building structure within 10 feet. Depending on your roof slope, this could make for as little as 3 feet of chimney above the roof or as much as 15 feet or more. When in doubt, we highly recommend contacting our NFI certified technicians to discuss your installation further. Another resource is our chimney pipe quote form. This form allows you to share all aspects of your installation, providing the details needed for our specialists to generate a thorough quote.
    eFireplaceStore
    on July 13, 2017

    Marco
    from New York, NY asked:
    July 13, 2017
    Who should I work with to install a fireplace?
    1 Answer
    Ideally, it is recommended to work with an NFI certified professional to install your new hearth appliance, however such installers can be difficult to locate in certain areas. The installation of a hearth appliance is often part of a larger project and many contractors have a solid understanding of this type of installation. It is our utmost priority to ensure that thorough technical support is available during the installation process. Any of our NFI certified technicians will be happy to guide you and can be reached at 1-800-203-1642. Likewise, we will be happy to work with your selected contractor to achieve your end goal. Whether you are working with a contractor and want to understand the installation process or plan on handling installation yourself, our fireplace installation guide will provide a solid basis for you to work from.
    eFireplaceStore
    on July 13, 2017

    Sam
    from Naples, FL asked:
    August 11, 2017
    Please compare the advantages and disadvantages of the Empire Carol Rose and the Napoleon linear fireplace (48" propane).
    1 Answer
    The biggest advantage the Napoleon 48" Galaxy unit has over the Carol Rose series is the multi-colored LED light strip effects. The Napoleon unit also offers an optional log set, which is not available with the Carol Rose models.
    Tyler M.
    on August 14, 2017

    Jeffrey
    from Virginia Beach, VA asked:
    July 13, 2017
    Do you ship overseas?
    1 Answer
    Due to the number of obstacles that are involved with overseas shipments, it is currently not our policy to provide this service. However, we are happy to work with a third party freight forwarding company. In these cases, we will provide the same free shipping for orders over $99 to the lower 48 states. The shipment will be sent to a freight forwarding location of your selection, with the assigned booking number attached for a smooth transfer from the freight carrier to the freight forwarder. From there, freight costs will be the customer's responsibility. It is important to note that while we can facilitate this process, it will be up to the customer to verify code compliance within the destination country, as well as taxes levied on incoming shipments.
    eFireplaceStore
    on July 13, 2017

    Alverdia Fields
    from Atlanta, GA asked:
    January 2, 2017
    I need a gas burner/starter for my masonry fire place.
    1 Answer
    Will this be used as a log lighter, or are you looking for a gas log set?
    Brennan W.
    on January 3, 2017

    Robin
    from Newburyport, Massachusetts asked:
    December 21, 2016
    I am taking down a wall and would like to put a see thru fireplace in. Do you have any that are narrow? The ones I see are mostly 24". If possible, is there a gas one that could be side vented thru the wall, or maybe a ventless option?
    1 Answer
    We carry a vent free see through unit that has a framing depth of 12 3/8". It can be found here.
    Brennan W.
    on December 21, 2016

    Dennis
    from Kentucky asked:
    December 18, 2016
    We have a corner wood fireplace, and we want to put a ventless gas log in it. There is a gas line that runs into the fireplace. The label on fireplace reads: Majestic: for wood burning only. Can we put gas logs in this unit?
    1 Answer
    Generally speaking, yes. Most fireplaces approved for burning wood are also suitable for gas log sets. In order to get the right set, you would simply need the full hearth dimensions of your fireplace.
    Kevin E.
    on December 19, 2016

    John
    from Michigan asked:
    December 14, 2016
    What is the total for a Kozy Heat Bayport 36" log Gas Fireplace PG with electronic Ignition Pilot System?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, as we are not a Kozy Heat dealer, we do not have access to this unit. We apologize for any inconvenience.
    Brennan W.
    on December 14, 2016

    Paula
    from Grand Junction, CO asked:
    December 2, 2016
    We are in an area where we have inversions that require local burning bans in the winter. We are reconstructing a 1976 gas fireplace and would love to be able to burn wood when allowed AND have a gas fireplace when there are burning bans. Is there such an option available?
    1 Answer
    Because of the significant differences in heat output and heat tolerance between gas and wood burning fireplaces, there are not many products on the market that can be used in both applications. The closest option would be to install a gas log lighter in the fireplace and select a set of refractory logs that could be placed on the fireplace grate over the log lighter. The look is not quite as realistic as a true gas log burner, but the logs could be quickly removed and installed, allowing you to switch back and forth at will.
    eFireplaceStore
    on December 5, 2016

    Stephen Hays
    from New York City, New York asked:
    December 1, 2016
    I'm looking for a gel fireplace that is freestanding. I would like it to looks like a wood burning stove or pot belly w/ glass with cast iron feel and legs. Is there anything like that in the market or can i get a gas stove and just use it w/ gels?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, we do not have any units that would work for this. We apologize for any inconvenience.
    Brennan W.
    on December 1, 2016

    Mel
    from Smithfield, VA asked:
    November 14, 2016
    I want to add a fireplace to our family room that is capable of burning wood and propane. My desire is to have a propane fired unit that could be converted to a wood burning unit if for some reason we were unable to get propane (natural disaster, etc.). Would it need to be zero clearance, and on an outside wall. Room is only 15' x 15' with 8' ceilings, so probably we would only need a medium (36"?) sized unit. Also, the fireplace would be used as a supplemental heat source so efficiency is a consideration. What makes and models are available?
    1 Answer
    The only option will be to install a prefabricated wood burning fireplace have a locally-licensed plumber run a gas pipe stub into the opening. The pipe stub could remain capped until you installed a vented natural gas log set, but please note that this configuration would not provide any efficient or measurable heat and you would not be able to alternate between fuel types. Due to the design of any hearth system that is dependent on natural draft for combustion, too much heat will be lost up the chimney to provide efficient heating. Subsequently, the efficiency will be roughly 10% with the configuration you are requesting. If you are looking to provide supplemental heat, I recommend considering a EPA Certified Zero Clearance Fireplace, but these systems cannot be installed with any type of gas line, so you will only be able to burn wood.
    Will M.
    on November 15, 2016

    Tim
    from FL asked:
    October 5, 2016
    Do you offer a see-through fireplace that burns gas and wood (dual fuel)?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, we do not.
    Brennan W.
    on October 5, 2016

    Mary
    from Raeford, NC asked:
    June 13, 2016
    I have a wood burning fireplace in a home I just purchased. Why do I get smoke in my living room every time I use the fireplace? Had it professional cleaned and top cap replaced. They don't know why this is happening.
    1 Answer
    Draft can be a complicated issue, but spillage is typically the result of the home producing better draft than the chimney itself. This is especially the case with installations on the perimeter of the home where the fireplace is not positioned on an interior wall, leaving most of the chimney at atmospheric temperatures. As cold air is heavier than warm air, the flue gases will follow the path of least-resistance and this may be the already heated living space in your home. With two story homes that have poor insulation with heated air escaping gaps in any attic space or with homes that have very efficient range hoods or bathroom exhaust fans, the force of the buoyant, heated air exiting the home will produce a greater draft than the chimney and a great deal of spillage. A simple fix may be adding a set of doors to your fireplace and keeping them closed while the fire is burning, but this may not eliminate the issues with spillage when building a fire.
    Will M.
    on June 14, 2016

    Steven
    from Ann Arbor, MI asked:
    March 14, 2016
    I am looking at purchasing a Majestic SB80 wood burning fireplace. What is the recommended chimney pipe for this fireplace?
    1 Answer
    This chimney uses Majestic SL1106 Chimney Section - 11 Inch Diameter.
    Kelsey C.
    on March 14, 2016

    John
    from Cheshire, MA asked:
    February 23, 2016
    What is the difference between an insert and a regular fireplace?
    1 Answer
    A fireplace insert is a hearth system that is manufactured to be installed into the opening of an existing masonry or prefabricated wood burning fireplace. This differs from regular fireplaces, which can be installed with wood framing.
    Will M.
    on February 23, 2016

    Ben
    from Wild Rose, WI asked:
    December 18, 2015
    I am building a new home and we would like to install a fireplace capable of being either gas or wood burning. In other words, a wood burning fireplace with a gas line run which we can use if we choose to use a ceramic wood insert. I currently live in Chicago and they are prevalent here, but my building in Wisconsin hasn't heard of this. Do you have a product available and would you know if there are any code restrictions between states that would prevent this (specifically WI)?
    1 Answer
    We have quite a few wood burning models that have knockouts allowing the installation of a gas line for a gas log set or gas insert. One popular model that is large enough to house a true insert is the Superior WRT3042 Pro Series 42" Radiant Wood-Burning Fireplace. I cannot say I am familiar with code in your area specifically, but I have not heard of anything that prevents this type of installation in WI as a state.
    eFireplaceStore
    on December 18, 2015

    Rand
    from Joshua Tree, CA asked:
    December 3, 2015
    Is a flue pipe adapter required on a Durango wood heater stove?
    1 Answer
    The flue adaptor is always recommended as it provides a "crimped end down" connection to the stovepipe with any double wall stovepipe brand. With single wall stovepipe, it's not quite as necessary as you will already have this type of connection. In either case, it provides a more sound connection.
    Will M.
    on December 4, 2015

    Rob
    from Dallas, TX asked:
    November 8, 2014
    Do I have to use a stainless steel firebox on an outside patio even if it is under a roof?
    1 Answer
    Yes, due to the moisture in the outside air, we recommend a stainless steel firebox for such an application. Otherwise, a standard firebox will eventually fall victim to rust and corrosion.
    Tyler M.
    on November 10, 2014

    Mike
    from Cincinnati, OH asked:
    September 21, 2014
    What are advantages/disadvantages of vent versus vent free? I can do either but vented straight back is preferred.
    1 Answer
    If possible, using a vented unit is preferable. The only disadvantage to a vented unit is the slight decrease in overall efficiency when compared to vent free. However, they do not effect indoor air quality and do not introduce excess moisture into the room. Vent free units offer more versatility and greater efficiency, but many customers report being able to smell them while operating and they can add too much moisture to the room when operating for extended periods. They are also known to cause oxygen depletion issues in very tight homes.
    eFireplaceStore
    on September 22, 2014


    The different categories of fireplaces available include wood burning, gas, electric, EPA certified, gel fuel, ethanol, fireplace fireboxes, patio, vent free, direct vent, tax credit, fireplaces with fire glass, B-Vent, linear, see-thru, fireplaces with mantels, wall mounted, corner, flame, Monessen, bathroom approved, bedroom approved, mobile home approved, and more! Don't feel as if you have to know everything. Out experts are here to help you figure out which one is best suited for your home and which one matches your preferences. Consider what appeals to you the most. Do you want to go traditional with a wood burning fireplace or do you want something more convenient in the option for gas? A gas fireplace is cost-efficient and burns cleaner. After you have selected your ideal fireplace, our wide variety of fireplace accessories can pretty it up. You can customize with our trim, doors, and screens. At eFireplaceStore.com, we think of everything, including a line of fireplace maintenance products that allows you to maintain your fireplace for years to come.

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