Can you put a wood burning fireplace in a basement?
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Similarly, you may ask, can you put a wood burning stove in a basement?
A basement is not a good location for effective space heating. Unfinished basements are particularly bad locations because too much of the heat is absorbed by the walls and lost to the outside. Also, wood stoves operating in basements may over-fire or smolder without anyone noticing.
Secondly, how hard is it to add a fireplace? Among the most popular options, a factory-built gas/propane fireplace unit runs about $2,000 for a basic materials package; add to that at least another $5,000 for the cost to hire professional tradespeople to cut a hole in an exterior wall, frame and build a chimney, install the fireplace, and add a surround and
Also to know, how does a basement fireplace work?
Fireplaces that work in a basement: Direct Vent Fireplaces: Using a ridged or flexible pipe, a direct vent fireplace is vented through the wall of your basement and draws fresh air from outside. This improves efficiency, maintains air quality, and distributes heat evenly throughout your room.
How much does it cost to install gas fireplace in basement?
On average, the cost to install a gas fireplace in a basement is $1,705 to $4,291.