Inserts Shopping Guide – Insert Information


Inserts are a great way of retrofitting an already existing fireplace into a much more energy efficient fireplace or stove. There are many different types of insert products to choose from if you are thinking about getting one of these inserts. This section of Fireplaces and Wood Stoves NOW is designed to help you and give you some information about different kinds of inserts, which should give you some direction to what product will best fit your home.

Types Of Inserts – Insert Product Reviews

Fireplaces inserts are inserts that go into already existing fireplaces. Of these fireplaces inserts include gas inserts, ventless inserts and natural vent inserts.

Wood burning inserts are inserts that use wood for fuel. For more information about wood burning inserts, please refer to that section of the website.

Pellet inserts are very efficient inserts that use pellets made of wood, corn or coal as their fuel source. For more information about pellet inserts please see that section of the website.

High efficiency tax credit inserts are insert products that qualify for an EPA tax credit because they have efficiency ratings of 72% or better and are very clean burning. For more information about these pellet inserts, please see that specific section on this website.

Stove inserts are inserts which go into existing fireplace stoves. For more information about these insert products please check out that section of the website.

The Benefits Of Inserts

Inserts are very popular because they are a cheaper way of retrofitting a not so efficient or clean burning older fireplace. Inserts can improve the efficiency of your fireplace or stoves up to 70% and sometimes even more depending on the model you purchase, so investing in one of these ends up paying for itself in the long haul.

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