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Small Pellet Stove Insert

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by valentine92, Mar 31, 2008.

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  1. valentine92

    valentine92 Member

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    We live in an older ranch home with a basement. We are considering putting a pellet stove insert into our exsisting fireplace on the main level of the house.
    Our fireplace is small the deminsions are 25 in wide, 24 in height and 20 in deot.

    Our main living area is about 1300 square feet. The only pellet insert that I was able to find that might fit would be the Jamestown J1000. Does anyone have any opinions on this stove?

    Also does anyone know of any other small pellet stove inserts that would fit into our fireplace? We are looking for something that built well and will last us a long time if possible.


    Thank you all so much for your help.

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  2. Xena

    Xena Minister of Fire

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    My brother and I put a free standing pellet stove on
    the hearth in front of our fireplace, and added a hearth-pad
    extension so it would have the proper clearances to the floor
    in front. The pellet vent we installed right up the chimney.
    Is there any reason you can't go for this type of install?
    It would definitely broaden your list of your stove options.
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  3. valentine92

    valentine92 Member

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    Thank you for that idea!
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