Below is a list of chimney components that are compatible with this item. If you are comfortable picking the components that you need for venting this item, please choose from the items below. If you need any help at all, please use our FREE advice from our certified fireplace specialists.
Manufacturer:Vogelzang Part Number: TR004 eFireplaceStore Item Number: VGL-TR004 UPC: 00086738191746
Up to 69,000 BTUs
Heats up to 1,800 square feet
Accepts logs up to 18" in length
Adjustable high speed (150 CFM) blower included
Cast iron feed door with large 14.5" x 8" ceramic glass window
Heavy gauge 3/16" reinforced plate steel with firebrick lining
One Year Limited Warranty Against Manufacturer Defects
Product dimensions: 24.75" L (w/blower) x 20" L (w/o blower) x 26.5" W x 21.5" H
Weight: 265 lbs.
*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.
The Colonial Fireplace Insert is a fantastic wood burning insert designed by Vogelzang. It's over 75% efficient and can burn for up to 8 hours with one fueling. The Colonial Insert puts out 68,000 BTUs of heat, enough to heat up to 1,800 square feet. The cast iron feed door has a large ceramic glass window so you can really enjoy your fire and a cool to touch wooden handle, so you can safely refuel. This insert is an air tight fit and with the included Hearth Surround, it will fully enclose the existing fireplace. It has a spring loaded automatic adjustment that makes installing this unit easy.
I have a Vogelzang stove, Model 912637, Serial 1384. I am looking for information about the size of stove, area it heats, do you still make it, how much is a dress up kit, and the warranty on the blower motor?
My apologies, but I do not have any information on this model of stove. Based on the fact that a serial number was provided, I'm assuming you have a version of this stove now? Would it be possible to provide a photo for identification? Please advise when you can.
Unfortunately, no. The inserts that we carry have a fire brick lined floor and do not have the space for an ash drawer or tray. As such, ash must be swept through the opening. The units do have an ash lip to facilitate the process and keep spills to a minimum.
The blower housing is located in the bottom front of the unit and forces air between the narrow channel of the firebox and the surrounding heat shields. Air exits just above the door opening. This creates a slow effect of circulation within the room, with cool air being forced down towards the floor.
Can this insert be placed in a pre-fab zero clearance fireplace? What are the minimum dimensions that this stove will fit in?
This unit can indeed be used in a pre-fab fireplace, as long as the fireplace is listed for use with a fireplace insert.
The insert requires 20 inches of depth, 26 1/2 inches of width, front and back, and 21 1/2 inches of height to fit properly.
Is this something that I can install myself? If not, how much would this cost to have installed by a professional?
Installing a fireplace insert is doable for a handyman. However, we do recommend having it professionally installed for safety and optimum performance. While installation costs vary widely across the country, we recommend calling around and having a woodburning fireplace insert installation job quoted by several local outlets to get the best price.