FIREPLACES AND STOVES LEARNING CENTER

Introduction to Travis Industries – House of Fire

Wood Burning Fireplace Inserts

How to Start a Fire in Your Wood Stove

How to Start a Fire in a Wood Burning Fireplace

GreenSmart Remote Control

Multiply – by Francis Chan

VENTING EXPLAINED

Direct Vent fireplaces, stoves and inserts vent to the outdoors. There are several routing options for venting, depending on the type of hearth product and the fuel it burns.

  • Direct Vent Gas Fireplaces – vent to the outdoors horizontally, directly through the wall or vertically through the roof.
  • Wood Fireplaces and Stoves – vent to the outdors vertically.
  • Pellet Stoves – most vent horizontally, directly through the wall.
  • Fireplace Inserts – most vent vertically, through the roof via a chimney.
  • Electric Fireplaces – no venting is required.

High Country Fireplaces primarily sells direct vent products; however, if you are interested in a vent free option, please call us at (704) 876-8765 or email eric@highcountryfireplaces.com

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HOURS OF OPERATION

MONDAY – THURSDAY

8:30 ~ 5:00

FRIDAY

8:30 ~ 4:00

SATURDAY

By Appointment Only