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Grace M. from darlington md 21034 asked:
Do I have to use a bathroom approved fireplace in a bathroom?
Do I have to use a bathroom approved fireplace in a bathroom?
A fireplace will indeed need to be approved for use in a bathroom.
Answered by: Brennan W.

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Sam from Naples, FL asked:
Please compare the advantages and disadvantages of the Empire Carol Rose and the Napoleon linear fireplace (48" propane).
Please compare the advantages and disadvantages of the Empire Carol Rose and the Napoleon linear fireplace (48" propane).
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.
Answered by: Tyler M.

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Maureen W. from New Hyde Park NY asked:
Can summer charcoal for an outdoor grill be used in a wood-burning and charcoal indoor stove?
Can summer charcoal for an outdoor grill be used in a wood-burning and charcoal indoor stove?
We do not have information on any indoor charcoal stoves, so we cannot advise for your particular application. We recommend contacting the manufacturer of your stove for more information.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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Mike from Cincinnati, OH asked:
What are advantages/disadvantages of vent versus vent free?  I can do either but vented straight back is preferred.
What are advantages/disadvantages of vent versus vent free? I can do either but vented straight back is preferred.
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.
Answered by: eFireplaceStore

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About Fireplaces

When most people think of a fireplace they envision an open, wood burning fireplace that heats the living room of their house. Maybe even a prefab fireplace. While indoor fireplaces used to only be fueled by wood or coal, they have come a long way since then. There are many more types of fireplaces now than you might realize. And thankfully, you can buy this fireplace online. Even better is that fact that many models can now be controlled with remote controls or smart devices.

Modern fireplaces can be fueled by wood, gas, ethanol and electricity. The traditional square shape fireplace is still common, though some people are opting for linear, corner or wall mounted varieties. Because of advances in technology and design, you can have an indoor fireplace in just about any color, shape or style you want. If you want to learn more about our selection of fireplaces, installation or pricing, see our Fireplace Buyers Guide.