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Can a Fireplace or Woodstove be installed?

Posted by aduw (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 24, 07 at 8:45

Is it possible to install a fireplace/woodstove in a home that does not have the infrastructure in place? If it is, does anyone know what the average costs could be? I'm located in MD. Thanks!

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RE: Can a Fireplace or Woodstove be installed?

Sure it is.

You see lots of homes with multi-wall stainless steel chimneys that are added for either a stove or fireplace after the house is built.

Cost depends a LOT on what you want and the layout of your home.

Your best bet is to look for fireplace supply stores or chimney sweeps, either in the phone book or on the internet.

You don't say exactly where you are, but here in Northern Virginia the two main stores are Bromwell's and Offenbach's.

RE: Can a Fireplace or Woodstove be installed?

Thanks for the info kframe19!!

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