A good dealer will not leave your house until the stove has been fired, you have been shown how to properly operate it, and they have answered any questions you may have. Part of the installation involves making certain the exhaust system and stove are smoke tight. They should also have the required access to technical bulletins dealing with issues encountered on previous installations. An excellent dealer will also preburn the stove to stop or severely curtail the paint curing smells from a new stove. Your choice of dealer is the single most important decision you will make unless you can handle the job yourself.