Hello, I am currently living in an old rental house with a stone fireplace. I’ve had numerous fires in the fireplace since I have moved here, but the fireplace does not put out any heat at all. It even has hinged glass doors with an adjustable vent at the bottom. I am assuming that all of the heat is going up the chimney and something is not set up correctly. Since I am renting this house and I don’t want to do any costly improvements. I had the idea of installing a Vogelzang Boxwood wood burning stove inside of the fireplace. I checked the dimensions of the stove and it should fit inside the fireplace, and I would not have to remove the glass doors if I just leave them in the open position. I really want a fireplace/wood burning stove as a heat source because I have an endless supply of firewood. Also I live in a very damp climate, so I could benefit from the stove drying out my house. My question to this forum is… Can I put a Vogelzang Boxwood stove inside of my stone fireplace? If so, can I just run a 3 foot piece of pipe to start the smoke up the chimney? Thank you very much for your time!