Regency Wood Burning Insert

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WellScituated

New Member
Jan 27, 2021
4
Scituate, Massachusetts
Installed today! Photo attached. I posted back in February that I was looking for a wood burning stove to go into my fireplace. My heart was set on one, but I just couldn’t get the clearances to work with my current set up. So, I went the insert route, and I’m pretty happy with how it looks! We’ll see how it does in the fall. Does anyone have experience with Regency inserts? I welcome any and all tips!

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begreen

Mooderator
Staff member
Nov 18, 2005
87,668
South Puget Sound, WA
Congratulations. That looks like a very clean installation. What model Regency is this?
The best tip right now is to have the firewood already stacked and covered and drying. Modern stoves need dry wood to work well.
 

WellScituated

New Member
Jan 27, 2021
4
Scituate, Massachusetts
Congratulations. That looks like a very clean installation. What model Regency is this?
The best tip right now is to have the firewood already stacked and covered and drying. Modern stoves need dry wood to work well.
Thank you! This is the Regency ci1150. It’s small, but my house is only 900 SF with lower ceilings. Thanks for the tip! I’ll definitely get a move on the firewood!
 

BigJ273

Feeling the Heat
Feb 15, 2015
429
Maryland
I have a Regency insert i2400. Couldn’t be happier. Does everything I need it to do. Sometimes more than I need. Two seasons on it so far and it seems to be holding up well (knock on wood).
 
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