By Bob Stahl from Huntington Station, NY on January 3, 2013
Hello, I have an older stove, an All Nighter, and the glass on front gets black and you can't see the fire burning. Also, I have to clean the interior stovepipes about every 2 to 3 months. The wood is seasoned. Is there some type of problem that I don't know about?
By Kevin on January 3, 2013
Answer:The soot represents an incomplete, inefficient burn. This problem normally speaks to an issue with venting or fuel. Is this a new occurrence or has the stove always preformed this way? What species of wood are you primarily burning?
By Sayed from Toronto, CAN on September 14, 2014
I was wondering if there are direct vent wood burning stoves?
By Dawn - Elite Deals Product Specialist on September 15, 2014
Answer:I'm afraid not because of the way wood smoke must be vented.