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Ron from Cartersville, GA asked:
Can a wood stove be vented out of an existing fireplace?
Can a wood stove be vented out of an existing fireplace?
It can indeed. Single wall stovepipe can be vented into the fireplace opening and then converted to a liner adapter and a flexible liner the rest of the way up the chimney. The liner adapter can be hidden from view behind the lintel of the fireplace opening.
Answered by: eFireplaceStore

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Tom W. from Orangeburg, SC asked:
I have a Craft model 4830 wood burning stone with blower. How do I open the front of the stove so I can clean the clean the chimney.
I have a Craft model 4830 wood burning stone with blower. How do I open the front of the stove so I can clean the clean the chimney.
Unfortunately, we have no experience with your unit and were not able to locate a dealer. You can try a Google search by using "National Steel Crafters Model 4830 and see if you can find any information.
Answered by: Kathy O. on Jan 08, 2024

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Greg N. from vandalia mi asked:
Can you burn wood inside of a coal-burning stove? if not what is the reason?
Can you burn wood inside of a coal-burning stove? if not what is the reason?
It depends on the coal stove. Some are designed to burn wood or coal and will have a lever to divert the intake air. The biggest difference is from where the intake air feeds the fire. for optimal combustion. Feeding wood into a coal-only stove can cause incomplete burns that can rapidly make creosote in the chimney and cause a chimney fire.
Answered by: Cody S.

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Sandy D. from Lodi asked:
Where can I find wood stove guidelines?
Where can I find wood stove guidelines?
Our Stove Guides and articles can be found here. Please feel free to contact us with specific questions as well.
Answered by: Jason W.

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About Wood Stoves

Wood stoves have been a staple in American homes for centuries. Their incomparable heating efficiency and coverage continues to give them an edge over more modern heating appliances. While the stoves in decades past were only capable of burning wood, modern wood stoves can operate on wood, gas, and even electricity.

Wood stoves typically come as free-standing units that are set up in the corner of a room or against a wall. Though, EPA-certified wood burning stoves combine the high efficiency of a free-standing stove with the compact setup of a traditional fireplace. These types of stoves are fashioned into the wall and look like you might expect a typical fireplace to look. Lucky for you we have many wood stoves for sale including that indoor wood burning stove you have your eye on. While the purchase of a wood stove may seem like a simple task, there is so much more to learn about these appliances before you buy one. So if you're looking for a wood stove for sale look no further. If you want to learn more about wood stoves and how to pick the right one for your home, see our Wood Stoves Buyers Guide.
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