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  • Mar 4, 2015 5:04:50 PM 0

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    Posted in Stoves & Fireplaces By Norma

    I'm building a new house and need an insert. What does Axmen offer?

    Zero Clearance Fireplace Insert

    Inserts are actually used when you have an existing open wood burning fireplace. In new construction or homes built after the 1970's in  most cases what you are actually looking for is a zero clearance (ZC) fireplace.  This type of appliance is framed right into the wall, making it perfect for new construction or remodels.

    Check out our selection of zero clearance natural gas, propane, and wood burning fireplaces.

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  • Mar 4, 2015 11:49:41 AM 0

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    Posted in Stoves & Fireplaces By Bert

    My house is "x" square feet, how large of a stove do I need to install?

    Heating Your Home With Wood StoveFactors to consider are whether you are using the stove/fireplace as your primary source of heat, and if you want an all night burn or not.  Having too large of a stove usually is not even an issue.  With a larger stove, you can simply build a smaller fire to reduce the amount of heat produced.  However, if you have too small of a stove or fireplace, you may not be able to produce enough heat for the living space.

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  • Mar 3, 2015 5:23:53 PM 0

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    Posted in Stoves & Fireplaces By Bert

    Can I use 8" pipe on a 6" stove? and vice versa?

    Stove Pipe 101Yes, you can use 8" pipe on a 6" stove, as it will not affect the draw of the smoke, however, do not use 6" pipe on an 8" stove.  Using a smaller pipe will not draw the smoke out properly.

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  • Feb 24, 2015 10:25:35 AM 0

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    Posted in Stoves & Fireplaces By Rita

    Burned Stove Pipe DamageQ.  I'm going to put triple wall through my floor up to the roof then go back to single wall.  Is that okay?

    A.  No. A lot of people think this would be a great way to save some pennies. However, it’s actually National Fire Code that once you transition to Class A pipe (aka triple wall pipe) that you cannot transition back to single wall. This code exists for several reasons.

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