I am curious to know from dealers/installers as to why you might not want to install a woodstove that you do not sell, or have no experience with. If you are experienced, NFI certified, and understand what it takes to make a modern woodstove work properly (installation, installation, installation), have the documentation from the manufacturer, wouldn't you want the job that pays you to install a woodstove? Obviously there are liability issues that may result from your insurance company, but there are basic rules for any modern woodstove that seem generic, plus the manufacturer's guidelines. It may result from too much work. You would want to take care of your local customers first. Any other reasons?