Q&A Putting Insert into Majestic Pre-fab fireplace

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    I'm endeavoring to put a wood burning insert into my prefabricated zero-clearance fireplace. It is a "Majestic" that was probably put in when the house was built in the early 70's.
    Question 1: Do you have a company contact (address or phone number) for Majestic? I'm trying to find out the model number of my unit.
    Question 2: How can I tell if my chimney is a "Class A"? Question



    Answer:

    1. Majestic Products - See Web site link below - the model # can usually be found etched on a metal tag on the fireplace.
    2. It is not--Chimneys for the pre-fab fireplaces are not tested to the same hi-temp codes as Class A.
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    Note, some inserts can be installed into pre-fab fireplaces such as this, but caution is advised. Shop for approved units and consider a relining of the chimney as per the manual for the unit you select.

    Link: Majestic Web Site
     

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