Q&A Which Woodstove / Insert to buy ?

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    I live in a 150 year old house, all they had was the fireplace. Now that we have alternatives, I want the efficiency experienced with the wood burning airtight I had in a previous residence. The only dealer I found in the yellow pages had only Pacific. I need comparisons in quality & price before making a purchase...this is not the kind of thing I intend to change like wall paint, this is to last without regrets!

    Hope you can point me in the right direction, I've learned more from this hour on the net than from the past four months searching.

    I need dealers/installation people in the Havelock, Quebec, Canada region (just south of Montreal near the US border.



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    The good news (and this is not BS) is that most ALL of the current woodstoves out there are pretty decent....they all have to meet the new clean air standards. So you should use price, features and looks...and also the reputation and attitude of the dealer and manufacturer as your guide
     

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