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Wood Burning Fireplaces

You don't have to settle for the 'same old, same old' just because you're interested in heating your home with a Wood Burning Fireplace. In fact, wood burning fireplaces are every bit as advanced in terms of both style and function as their gas-burning cousins are these days. The units in this section represent every sense of style, every heating need, every home setup, and every heating budget under the sun. So don't go into the shopping process thinking about all of the sacrifices you'll have to make, start out with the confidence of knowing that this Wood Burning Fireplace section is full of beautiful, modern wood-burning heating appliances that will suit your home and your budget perfectly.

5 Questions & 5 Answers
from Rockwall, TX asked:
January 25, 2018
For the WRT2036WS or WRT2036WSI, What does the "WS" or "WSI" mean/represent?
1 Answer
Thank you for your inquiry! The important difference is the I, which stands for insulated. It has insulation in between the chassis and the sheet metal backing.
Submitted by: Sarah B. on January 25, 2018

from Portland, OR asked:
November 26, 2013
I'm trying to find a wood burning fireplace to fit into an existing fireplace opening. It is a corner fireplace with the doors on the left side. The dimensions are: Length (longer side, with doors): 40.75", Width: 22.5" (shorter side, glass-no doors), and Height: 25.5". Attached is an image showing the opening. There is a support post on the corner. I would like to see if you have a solution for me. I'm looking for something very simple - glass doors with minimal metal shown in black color - and something inexpensive. I need this rather quickly. Can you help me?
1 Answer
While we do have a fireplace with this configuration (corner fireplace, right side open), it is too tall for your opening. If you can make the proper framing adjustments, you can see that model here: Vantage Hearth Corner 36" Radiant Heat Louver Faced Wood Burning Fireplace with Right Side Open - V36R You can see the installation and framing requirements in the owner's manual, which you can download on that item page.
Submitted by: Tyler on November 26, 2013

from Wakefield, NH asked:
July 29, 2013
We will be doing a remodel this fall and would like to put in a corner fireplace. It would need to be small, about 36 inches. The outside wall it will be against will be the front screened in porch. Do you have any suggestions on products? Can I vent it up through the roof?
1 Answer
You can use any of our zero-clearance fireplace models, either woodburning or gas. Please see a couple of recommendations below: FMI Bungalow - Builder 36 Inch Circulating Wood Burning Fireplace Majestic 36 Inch Royalton Radiant Wood Burning Fireplace Empire Tahoe Deluxe Direct Vent Natural Gas Fireplace - 32" - DVD-32-FP30N Napoleon GD34NT Direct Top Vent Gas Fireplace - 34-in. Yes, these can all be vented vertically through your roof.
Submitted by: Tyler on July 29, 2013

from Princeton, WV asked:
March 27, 2013
Is the 36" FMI Georgian Wood Burning Fireplace an exact terracotta brick color?
1 Answer
Per the manufacturer, the panels are described as a "warm red" color. However, the panels tend to have more of an red-orange coloration in person, hence the use of "terracotta" as the color description.
Submitted by: Collin on March 27, 2013

from Pennsauken NJ, 08109 asked:
January 28, 2013
I own an old wood buring stove insert (20 yrs.old?) that has two 4 inch electric fans to force air thru the stove. I need to replace these fans. Can you help?
1 Answer
All the blowers we sell are for current models and, unfortunately, we do not have any that fit this description. We apologize for this inconvenience.
Submitted by: Tyler on January 28, 2013