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Michael H. from virginia asked:
What is the difference between the WCT2036 and the WCT3036?
What is the difference between the WCT2036 and the WCT3036?
The difference is the WCT2036 has a slightly larger viewing area.
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William C. from Austin TX asked:
I currently have a gas prefab that is original to the house. It has a metal chimney pipe vertically that exits the house through a stucco chimney. Is there a closed wood-burning insert available to replace it with? What would be my wood-burning options?
I currently have a gas prefab that is original to the house. It has a metal chimney pipe vertically that exits the house through a stucco chimney. Is there a closed wood-burning insert available to replace it with? What would be my wood-burning options?
The entire fireplace and existing chimney would need to be changed out for this type of replacement.
Answered by: Aaron D.

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David B. from Palm Bay Fl. 32909 asked:
I'm planning on building a free-standing wood fireplace on an existing 4" concrete slab. Does there need to be a certain height clearance for the chimney?
I'm planning on building a free-standing wood fireplace on an existing 4" concrete slab. Does there need to be a certain height clearance for the chimney?
Yes, the chimney will need to be at least two feet higher than anything within ten feet of it.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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Steve W. from MICHIGAN asked:
Does a wood-burning insert have to be vented straight up or can it be horizontal like a direct vent?
Does a wood-burning insert have to be vented straight up or can it be horizontal like a direct vent?
Wood burning appliance need to be vented above the roofline.
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