Part Number: 1450M
eFireplaceStore Item Number: NPL-1450
*Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 6 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.
When someone mentions a wood fire you may think of camping, but a camping trip is by no means the only time you can enjoy the ambiance and warmth of a wood fire. With a Napoleon 1450M EPA Independence Wood Burning Stove you can create a beautiful roaring fire any time you want. And because this classically-styled pedestal stove looks as good as it performs, your stove will be just as attractive as the home itself.
You might not find it all that surprising that an elegant wood burning stove will add to the visual appeal of a fire - after all, you would expect a nice tie to bolster the appearance of a designer shirt - but did you know that a stove also allows your wood fire to burn more efficiently? Features like a concealed inlet for combustion air, wrap-around side shield, and simple air flow control mechanism make the fire in this wood burning stove far more productive than any traditional freestanding flame. So you spend less money in order to get more heat. How about that for a deal?
A Napoleon 1450M EPA Independence Wood Burning Stove would make a great addition to any home. Not only is this stove one of the most efficient ways to experience the atmosphere of a wood fire, but it is also one of the most convenient. Installation, operation, and maintenance are straightforward and totally stress-free. After just one cozy evening by the fire you'll wonder how you ever did without this enchanting accessory.
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