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K. H. from Redlands, CA asked:
I live in a manufactured home on permanent ground.  I am wondering what is the maximum weight for a grate in my fireplace.  I would like to buy an antique cast iron grate or basket but am concerned about the weight.  Can you help me?  Thank you.
I live in a manufactured home on permanent ground. I am wondering what is the maximum weight for a grate in my fireplace. I would like to buy an antique cast iron grate or basket but am concerned about the weight. Can you help me? Thank you.
Only mobile home-approved fireplaces may be installed in mobile homes. Because only the listed replacement grate may be used with any prefabricated wood fireplace, no other grate should be used and there is no maximum weight information information to be provided.
Answered by: Will M.

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Franklin L. from greenvile sc asked:
What is the code for installing a ventless gas fire place in a mobile home?
What is the code for installing a ventless gas fire place in a mobile home?
Typically, vent-free gas appliances in a mobile home are permitted unless prohibited by your local building or residential codes.  However, please note that there are a few considerations for you, most notably that, if this is to be installed in a small room or space, the odor produced by a ventless gas log set or fireplace could be a significant issue.  Moreover, there may be BTU limitations based on the room size and whether or not the room is open to other rooms in the home.  
Answered by: on Feb 05, 2024

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James from Liberty nc asked:
Can you put a wood-burning fireplace in a mobile home?
Can you put a wood-burning fireplace in a mobile home?
There are some HUD requirements on the type of unit you can install, but in general yes.
Answered by: Owen O.

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Mary from Texas asked:
What kind of wood can be burned in mobile home fireplace?
What kind of wood can be burned in mobile home fireplace?
Most species of hard and soft wood are able to be burnt in mobile-home approved wood-burning fireplaces.
Answered by: Devon P.

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About Mobile Home Approved Fireplaces

Living in a mobile home shouldn't limit you to life without a fireplace. With a mobile home fireplace and these appliances, you can rest assured that you don't have to compromise on safety or convenience, either. Whether you want wood, gas, or pellet, fireplace or stove, you can heat your home with efficiency and coziness with a mobile home fireplace - without worry. These appliances have been tested and approved by their manufacturers for use in mobile homes.

It's important to note that vent-free appliances, because they use only the oxygen in the room for combustion, are subject to local codes, so be sure to check with your local regulations before installing a vent-free appliance. Whether you want to install one of these fireplaces or stoves in a mobile home, or maybe in a smaller section of a larger home, you can rest assured that your space will be as cozy as possible, with plenty of oxygen to run it safely and efficiently.
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