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What does a zero clearance fireplace mean?
Last Updated: 12th March, 2020
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Likewise, people ask, what is the difference between a zero clearance fireplace and an insert?
Fireplace inserts are generally installed directly into the existing fireplace, requiring little installation. Zero-clearance fireplaces are pre-fabricated fireplaces that are safe to install within inches of combustible materials like wood, sheetrock or paneling.
are zero clearance fireplaces safe? Zero-Clearance Fireplaces and Why They are Good Options. Zero-clearance fireplaces are pre-manufactured heating appliances that are safe to place directly against or within a couple of inches of combustible materials, such as a sheetrock wall, wood, or paneling.
Beside above, how does a zero clearance fireplace work?
The term zero clearance refers to how close a fireplace can be to material that is combustible, typically framing. (The distance required before combustible material can be installed near a fireplace is known as the fireplace standoff.)
How much does a zero clearance fireplace cost?
Here are the average prices installed, which includes the flue, vent, or chimney. On average, a new metal prefabricated gas or wood-burning fireplace costs $2,900 installed, while an electric fireplace runs $1,200.
|National Average Cost||$2,415|
|Average Range||$1,050 to $3,780|