Any opinons on this "Silent FLame" stove insert?

tickbitty Posted By tickbitty, Nov 29, 2008 at 10:45 PM

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  1. tickbitty

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    I am looking for "a deal" on a good used insert. They don't seem real easy to come by in these parts. We have a medium sized fireplace with real masonry chimney that is about 3/4 to one side in the center of a 1950s brick house. Because of where the fireplace is situated, with a door on the wall next to it and another not far to the right, I don't think a freestanding stove will do the trick, but kind of want an insert that will stick out a little bit for convection heat if the electricity went out and we couldn't rely on the blower.
    I'm not seeing a whole lot out there that thrills me, new or used, and the new I definitely can't afford anyway.
    Just saw this on craigslist, it looks nice but I have no idea of the age (and 400$ isn't such a deal if it's old as can be)
    http://norfolk.craigslist.org/hsh/933493913.html
    Anyone hear of this maker and are they decent? Is this an older stove? Do they have catalytic combustors and would that be a good thing in a stove the age of this one or not? Thanks for any info.
     
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    The only info I could dig up on manufactuerer of the Silent Flame insert.

    Long Agribusiness
    PO Box 1139
    111 Fairview St.
    Tarboro, NC 27886
    252-823-4151


    Silent Flame Model 2058A*
    Silent Flame Model 2062*
     
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  4. tickbitty

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    Thank you for the quick responses! - And I think you are right - I'll keep looking! :)
     
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