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I have a large Country Flame fireplace insert that is about 20 years old. It has double front doors with glass inserts. We heat our home with it. Can I burn it with the doors open? I know it is not efficient, but I love an open fire. I would like a fireplace screen for it. Can you tell me where I could get a screen that will work with it? Thanks!
Thanks for your questions! It is not recommended to burn with the door open, but the old Country Flame Fireplaces were designed to burn with or without a door. So be careful and be sure to close the doors when you are not in the room. You can get fireplace screens from a local fireplace shop, some Menard’s and Home Depot type stores. I hope you’ll bookmark our blog and come back often.
Dorinda Roche says
I have a sn 0186 stove installed as sn insert. Looking to sell. As a feature could buyer add queen Anne or other legs to this for stand alone install? And what price should expect go get. Im sad to let it go but….
Hi Dorinds, sorry this stove was manufactures by company out of Mt. Vernon, MO and have been out of business for 15+years now. I wouldn’t have any idea what you could get for it. It’s not current to the new EPA Standards so whoever purchase it could have hard time installing in a home.