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How to install a wood burning stove?
Before installing a wood burner, clear the opening of your fireplace and open it up to create space for the stove. With an open chimney and larger fireplace opening, it will now be possible to make measurements for your stove and insert a new hearth or lintel. Wood burning stoves come in different sizes.
Can you install a wood-burning fireplace in an existing home?
Can You Install a Wood-Burning Fireplace in an Existing Home? Yes, you can install a new wood-burning fireplace in an existing home, as long as there is room for the chimney, and no local building codes are restricting the construction. How Much Does It Cost to Install Fireplace Glass Doors?
How much does it cost to install a fireplace?
Fireplace installation costs between $100 and $5,600 depending on the type. The cost to install a gas fireplace is $2,300 to $4,000, a traditional wood-burning fireplace runs $1,900 to $3,300, and an electric fireplace costs $100 to $2,200. Building a masonry fireplace costs $3,500 to $5,600.
What size fireplace opening do I need for a wood burner?
The exact fireplace opening size you need for your wood burner depends on what size stove you want. You need to be able to leave enough space around the stove to provide the required distance to combustibles and to ensure an adequate air supply is available to the stove.