Hello all... I'm a little confused on the concept of combustable clearance. I've read a number of specifications booklets for different stoves and they all discuss combustable clearances... my understanding is that means to wood, drywall, etc... So, if I put stone or brick on the wall behind the stove, the clearance issue is gone, right? I can place that sucker right against the wall if I wanted (in theory)...right? I am thinking about a corner installation. I keep seeing 9" from each wall for a corner installation, but if both my corner walls are covered in stone then the 9" doesn't apply...? Correct? I'm going to be fashioning my own stone facade and base and want to make sure I have this correct in my head before I start designing. Thanks!