Wood Stove Inserts
Woodstove inserts are constructed out of cast iron and are placed inside the opening of the existing masonry fireplace.
These inserts are heavy and more difficult to clean because the job requires the chimney technician to move the inserts out of the fireplace far enough to crawl behind the insert.
Access behind the insert is required to clean inside the fireplace and areas like the smoke chamber and smoke shelf.
A properly lined wood stove insert has a direct connect liner to the top of the chimney— therefore removal of the wood stove is not required and no additional cost is required.
Should I add a wood stove insert to my fireplace?
A wood stove insert is a sealed item stopping a wind draft from removing heat from your home.
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Ray Gessner, P.E. is the founder and C.E.O. of A Step in Time. He is a professionally licensed engineer with an MS in civil engineering.
Rufus Jones is the Northern Virginia future franchisee. Rufus has been working at A Step in Time for over 10 years and is a wonderful person.
Frances Verhofstadt is the corporate office manager and has worked in customer service her entire life. She has a wonderful personality and is Ray’s mother-in-law.
Jeff Hughes has known Ray for over 15 years. He is currently in charge of the corporate expansion of the Greater Richmond area. Jeff is an intelligent and talented chimney technician.