Vermont Castings Installation Guides

Vermont Castings Installation Guides are provided to assist the home owner in the proper installation of wood burning appliances. Vermont Castings manuals provide the minimum clearances that are required to operate your wood burning appliance safely.  Most insurance...

Flue Pipes

Flue Pipes are an integral part of your wood burning appliance and important for safe wood burning. Stove pipe is installed from the connector located at the top or rear of the wood burning appliance, to the bottom of the ceiling or wall where it will connect to...

Wood Heating

Wood heating is practiced on a small scale, the fuel is usually harvested from a local resource, and the users gain a more complete understanding of their impacts on the environment than users of other energy sources. As environmentalists have suggested, these are...

Reducing Clearances

Reducing Clearances to Combustibles Air-Cooled Radiation Shields Clearances are designed to keep combustible materials around a wood burning appliance below 90°C (190°F), even during a chimney fire. It is possible to build an air-cooled radiation shield, which can...