Wood Inserts

Open wood fireplaces can send up to 80% of the fire’s heat up the chimney and will deplete warm air from surrounding rooms. Wood inserts are a great way to make that old drafty fireplace efficient without sacrificing the actual wood fire. Stop by Hearth & Home’s show room today and talk to one of our fireplace experts on how to get your old fireplace ready for the winter!

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Large Flush Wood Hybrid-Fyre by Fireplace Xtrordinair 

This large wood insert features clean burning "Hybrid Technology" which limits emissions to just 0.58 grams/hr! On top of that, this unit is designed to heat up to 2,500 square feet with burn times of up to 10 hours. Features include fan, 319 square in. of glass viewing area and a fire box which can accommodate up to a 24" log!

***Shown with Rect. Face and Panel Kit

  • Also available with Arched Face!


Clydesdale Wood Insert by Hearthstone 

Transform your fireplace into a heat source with large space performance. The Clydesdale fireplace wood-fired insert produces a combination of both power and beauty with a 2.4 cubic foot firebox that can heat up to 2,000 square feet. The thick soapstone panels that line the inside of the firebox give the Clydesdale the thermal mass that separates HearthStone stoves from other products. The combination of cast iron and soapstone will add several hours of heat life to the already strong burn time of up to 10 hours. 

***Shown in Brown Enamel


Heat Champion by Stoll Fireplace 

This hybrid product combines the great qualities of several fireplace products, including the beauty of a glass door and heat of a wood insert. Designed and hand-crafted in the USA, the Heat Champion features an 8-gague steel laser-cut faceplate, 50/200 CFM variable speed blower, gasketed doors, and comes in 6 high-temp powder coated finishes. This unit is capable of an estimated 50,000 BTU/hr, but actual heat production is dependent on the quality of the wood used and performance of the actual fireplace.