Also- it would be more of an aesthetic stove, though additionally heating would not be unwelcome.The pictures shown all look like masonry fireplaces. This type of install is more commonly seen in England where they are in an old masonry fireplace with a plaster face. This is not the case if one is building it from scratch typically and it can be a poorer way to heat. A freestanding stove out in the open or in a tall shallow alcove will heat better.
Can you post some drawings showing design. A picture of where the stove is going will also help. Will the stove be for heating or more for ambiance?
This is a more common alcove install. The stove wall back is not necessary if a cleaner look is desired.
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