I would like to setup my Englander NC 30 in the back of this kitchen. I plan on removing the pantry on the right and the cabinets on the left to allow me to build a raised hearth and to set false(?) tiled walls behind and to the sides of where the stove would be. I want to cut out a section of the wall on the left (2'x1') for a fire damper to help circulate air into the adjoining room. there will also be a cutout on the bottom with fire damper to bring cooler air back in. Here is a pic of the adjoining room. I would also like to make a cutout with fire damper behind the fridge so the cold air from this part of the house can circulate under the raised hearth and behind the false walls. Both cutouts would have fire dampers. Everything will be checked by the town's fire marshall and buildings dept and work will be done with appropriate permits, I just wanted to ask if this was do-able before i submitted my plans. the kitchen where the woodstove would go has two doorways (no doors) leading to other parts of the house. I forgot where i got these pics (a while back) for ideas on how to make the walls behind and to the sides of the stove. the hearth i plan on building would be a foot or more tall. does this all sound ok??