Well my installer was here and we walked the work area and I can choose up to three or four places to place the stove and the tile work as well. I asked him if I could have a connection that I would have to go into the main part of the house from the porch and he said "No" just open up the windows and door and the heat will automatically go into the house. He talked about : Double walled DVL 6 inches then some kind of a box that has to be placed before my carpenter encloses the porch and insulates it. Then something about a Class A chimney roof flashing and a storm collar and Roof Bracing and a High Wind Cap and on top of all this "Greek" to me -----lol lol----something about 7.5 piping going into a 8 inch something and that's when he lost me...But the point is: He can install it...and he wants to be here before my carpenter puts up the walls and insulation...I showed him the tile that I like and asked him for about five foot size wide on floor and wall and as well as raising the stove up off the ground so that I can load work easier with my back . I will try to get a picture on here of the tile work for you all. Also I asked him about air spaces behind the tile and he said I did not need that and he does that for fireplaces. I shared with him about the wind and he said he would install a wind blocker as well as asked him for screening it because of the birdies might get in and die and he said that would not be good to do because it gets stopped up with cresote and birdies usually do not go in and its narrower as well. I asked him about cleaning and he suggested once a year and he will do that from the bottom piping (I guess). I asked him if he will light the stove for me when I get dry wood and he said he would as well as getting me a wood moisture gadget and a temperature gauge for the stove and I said for the stove pipe. He also will get me a small trivet for my coffee pot and a ash pan with a cover as well. So that's where I am at with installing my Morso 1410 Stove....If you all have any suggestions please let me know--would appreciate. Next will be wood shopping and he told me not to use round wood and make sure it is split and no bark on it as well. Make sure it is well seasoned and we will continue to get this little stove installed most likely about April 13 or later right after the concrete is laid and before my carpenter encloses and insulates the porch area. I have three or four choices about where to place this stove in the porch...Thanks for your encouragement and help during this time---clancey...