I just purchased a new home and am interested in getting a pellet stove. The previous owners had a pellet stove, so we have the vents/intake needed. Here's where I ran into a problem. So, I am interested in getting a Harman stove, as that's the type stove I had growing up. It's been going strong for over 15 years, and I know Harman is known for its great build quality. I am specifically interested in the P43 model. However, when the local pellet stove shop owner came by, it became clear that the existing thimble is too low for the Harman stove. The owner said in order to install the P43, we would need a new thimble installed higher than the one we have. Alternatively, we could get a cheaper stove from a store like Home Depot that would most likely fit the existing thimble. I'm now wondering if it's worth it to drill a new hole in the house and spend the money for installation, or if it makes sense to just get a different stove that would fit. Any input is appreciated!