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Carla from Crossville, TN asked:
We are building our own stove board. Is it enough to have a cement board with grouted porcelain tile affixed to it? We are getting a wood-burning stove with legs.
We are building our own stove board. Is it enough to have a cement board with grouted porcelain tile affixed to it? We are getting a wood-burning stove with legs.
The materials would need to equal at least the minimum R-value of a Type 2 stove board, which is 1.0. Typically factory produced boards will exceed this minimum and range from 1.592 to 2.24 R-value. 1/2" cement board only carries and R-value of .390 and ceramic tile(1/4" thick) will carry an R-value of .250.
Answered by: Cody S. on Oct 25, 2023

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Lloyd J. from nashville tn asked:
Can I put a 400 lb natural gas stove on top of these stove boards?
Can I put a 400 lb natural gas stove on top of these stove boards?
The tile and stone stove boards can support that much weight. The metal boards could warp or dent from the weight of a heavy stove.
Answered by: Cody S. on Dec 23, 2022

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Walter S. from Tenants Harbor, Maine asked:
Can Stove Boards be cut in half? (Example: cut a 36" x 48" to make two 18" x 24".)
Can Stove Boards be cut in half? (Example: cut a 36" x 48" to make two 18" x 24".)
The stove boards cannot be cut, as the fiberboard on the bottom side will fall apart after you cut it.
Answered by: Cody S. on Jun 10, 2022

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Rebecca from Knoxville asked:
Can a stove board be placed on top of a floating LVP floor?
Can a stove board be placed on top of a floating LVP floor?
If the floor can support the weight of the board and the stove on top of it, and if that board meets the floor protection requirements of the stove, this could work.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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